NORTH AMERICAN T-6D/G TEXAN Mk IIA/B, MkIII HARVARD

T-6 G TEXAN

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5 Responses to “NORTH AMERICAN T-6D/G TEXAN Mk IIA/B, MkIII HARVARD”

  1. Φώτης Ζωγράφος Says:

    Very nice job Dimitri! I am finishing my own little “teacher” in dope alouminium and yellow stripes, as it was in service with the “Ιcarus School” in 1963-64. I will send my photos soon.

  2. GEORGIADIS DIMITRIOS Says:

    i’m waiting for photos to come!

  3. Fotis Zografos Says:

    So there is mine too…Thank you for uploading it. As you can see, there are no serial numbers on the under surfaces of the wings, and that’s not because I was bored. I have some stills from a greek movie, in which the specific airplane seems to bear no s/n underneath. Of course, that was not the rule…
    In the same film, one can see Texans with a tan-olive drub camouflage on the upper surfaces, as well as ones in dope aluminium with bright red wingtips and tails.
    The Harvards in the RHAF just after the war (1946-1949) were also painted in trainer yellow overall and in dark earth/dark green over yellow undersurfaces, just like the british ones.

  4. nick gerousis Says:

    Hello Fotis.
    any chance you have some photos of these other aircraft you mentioned?
    especially the “tan-olive drub camouflage on the upper surfaces, as well as ones in dope aluminium with bright red wingtips and tails.”
    or even a more detailed description?
    i have a few 1/72 kits from academy, that i plan on building in HAF colors. i would love to build one of each color scheme. the kit is pretty cheap and easy to build.

    hope to hear back from you.
    thanks.

  5. nick gerousis Says:

    also, Fotis, what is the name of that movie?

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