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North American T-6 Texan (N202LD) - Warbird Roundup 2018 at Warhawk Air Museum, Nampa, ID, 25 Aug 18
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North American T-6 Texan (N202LD)


Warbird Roundup 2018 at Warhawk Air Museum, Nampa, ID, 25 Aug 18


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Greg ByingtonPhoto Uploader
Lots of info on this aircraft:

Info painted on the aircraft:
N19086, P-64NA, 41-19086, MSN 68-3061

Info from FAA:
N202LD, Harvard MK. IV, SN: 20470, Pending Number Change: 19086

Per Warbird Registry:
Serial No. RCAF20470, Constr. No. CCF4-261

On the aircraft data plate:
Type: Harvard MK.1V, Serial No. CCF4-261, Date of Manufacture: Dec 18, 1952; Canadian Car & Foundry Co. Limited

From Joe Baugher:
North American P-64, 41-19086 (MSN 68-3062) w/o 19 Nov 1941 at Luke AAF, AZ
Hi Greg, This aircraft looks like a composite, not quite a Harvard MK IV/NA T6 and not quite a NA P-64. The Harvard MK IV did not have an enclosed fairing behind the rear seat and neither did the T6. The P-64 did however the engine cowling was stubbier. Is this a replica? Just asking.
Greg ByingtonPhoto Uploader
Thanks, and you're right, glafleche. Jim Gevay and I had a discussion about it posted under one of my other shots of this bird. Check it out here:
Lucius Gravely
Also looks like a 3-bladed prop.
Dave Carnahan
This caught my eye as rather unique and well captured, Greg. Enjoyed reading through the info and links provided below for further details.
Greg ByingtonPhoto Uploader
Thanks, Dave! It is a very nice and very interesting airplane.
ken kemper
Awesome Prop Spin Greg
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