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T-6A Texan II Vance AFB (1:32), TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane Models
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TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane Models Item #: XAT06VN -

    T-6A Texan II Navy, 1/32 by TMC Pacific ModelworksItem Number: AT06NYTRT-6A Texan II Navy, 1/32Length: 12 " Span: 12 3/8 "

    T-6G Texan 75th FIS Presque Isle AFB, 1952 (1:72)
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    Hobby Master Diecast Airplanes Item #: HA1527 -

      Hobby Master 1/72 Air Power SeriesHA1527T-6G Texan51-14337, 75th FIS, Presque Isle AFB, 1952"The Pilot Maker" was the name the North American T-6 Texan earned over the years. With over 17,000 produced in several versions these planes trained countless thousands of would-be pilots from every corner of the world. This little plane had a 58-year career in military service from 1938 until 1996 when the South African Air Force became the last air force in the world to retire their T-6. Even after...

      T-6G Texan USAF Air Training Command, Columbus AFB, 1955 (1:72)
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      Hobby Master Diecast Airplanes Item #: HA1526 -

        Hobby Master 1/72 Air Power SeriesHA1526T-6G Texan49-3477, USAF Air Training Command, Columbus AFB, 1955"The Pilot Maker" was the name the North American T-6 Texan earned over the years. With over 17,000 produced in several versions these planes trained countless thousands of would-be pilots from every corner of the world. This little plane had a 58-year career in military service from 1938 until 1996 when the South African Air Force became the last air force in the world to retire their T-6....

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