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The North American T-6G was designed as a training aircraft in 1934, but was used as a fighter, forward air controller, advanced trainer, fighter-bomber and interceptor, and became one of the most important aircraft of WWII. The T-6G variation was remanufactured from earlier airframes and had a 550 hp Pratt & Whitney engine. In 1941, at Tuskegee Army Airfield, Alabama, the T-6G was used to train the famed African-American fighter squadron, the “Tuskegee Airman”, which became one of the most respected fighter groups of the war.
Item No 80233 Item Name American T-6G “Texan”
Scale 1:72 Item Type Static Aircraft Easy Assembly
Model Brief Length: 124.5mm Wingspan: 178mm Height: mm
Total Parts 31pcs
Metal Parts 1Pcs
Total Sprues 4pcs