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SNJ, T-6, Harvard, an old friend.

by Robert Royes on April 27, 2017 in Aviation -- 17 Comments

My association with this type began when as a kid when I lived close to Flushing airport in Queens N.Y. A small private airport at that time[ 1960’s and ’70’s] the skytyping team, flying SNJ-2’s operated out of there. They […]

North American T 6D Texan, Esquadrilha da Fumaca, Forca Aerea Brasileira, Santos dumont airport Rio de Janeiro 1964.

by Allan J Withers on December 29, 2016 in Aviation -- 16 Comments

1/72 Academy, I modified a few things, finished in MM and Tamiya enamels with X22 over RP Machado decals.

KittyHawk 1/32 T-6 Texan (Harvard)

by Ian Bartlett on February 28, 2016 in Aviation -- 14 Comments

Hello everyone, Here are some pics of my latest project. I,m pleased with the final result, but it was no mean feat getting there. First of all, big respect to KittyHawk for actually producing this aircraft for us. When it […]

1/72 Harvard Mk 4 “Goldilocks” Display Team, RCAF

by Greg Kittinger on February 5, 2015 in Aviation -- 13 Comments

This started as way to turn an old “dog” Testor T-6 kit into something pleasing to the eye – I secured a set of Leading Edge decals for a colorful Harvard. Opened up the Testor kit, saw NOTHING in the […]

T-6 stick time…

by Craig Abrahamson on June 27, 2014 in Aviation -- 19 Comments

Over the years, I’ve been fortunate enough to have three different rides (including aerobatics) with Warbird Adventures near Orlando. I attempted to replicate the three different Texans I’ve flown in with the venerable Monogram 48th scale T-6G Texan. I had […]

1/48 Monogram T-6 (SNJ)

by Joe Caputo on August 23, 2013 in Aviation -- 3 Comments

I think this 1/48 effort by Monogram was one of their best. It’s always been a fun build, no matter how many I’ve done. I believe I picked this up as a $1.00 bag kit, and thought I’d play with […]