1953 CC&F HARVARD MK IV M CF-WBS s/n CCF 4-529

Originally built for the USAF Military Assistance Program
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3997 Hours TTSNEW,
201 Hours since aircraft restored                        



P&W R-1340
201 Hours SMOH by Kamloops Aero Engines( A Canadian MOT approved repair station)


King KLX- 135 GPS/Com
Magellan GPS
King KT-78 Transponder
Collins ADF-650
Mode C Encoder
NAT Intercom
406 ELT


Whelen Belly Strobe
Gear Doors
24 volt cockpit plug
110 US Gallon fuel system
Steerable Tailwheel
Engine dress up kit- chrome harness and polished push rod tubes
Recent Tires and Battery


80 Hours SPOH by A-1 Propeller

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The aircraft is one of the latest Harvard/T-6 series aircraft built as part of an order for 285 T-6’s for the USAF. Most of the order built in 1953-4 went to Germany, Italy and Japan. This T-6 was assigned USAF Sn 28608 but went to the German AF as BF 064. Sometime in the mid-1960’s, the Luftwaffe sold the aircraft to the Portuguese AF, who shipped it to Portuguese East Africa now Mozambique. The Portuguese were driven out of the country in 1972, which was followed by a 20-year war. Our T-6 was left abandoned on the military airfield in Beira, where it and 4 others were found and brought to South Africa in 1992.

This aircraft was 100% rebuild during the period from 1993-1998 some in South Africa with most of the work completed by Walt Lannon in Oliver BC. One wheel pant has the Iron Cross and German serial number and the other has the Portuguese Cross and serial number. We are very fortunate to have both the German and Portuguese logs for this aircraft to prove its interesting history, very few of the USAF T-6/CCF MK-4 aircraft have made it back to North America.


Annual Inspection completed April 2019
Current Transponder VFR inspection
Attach Angles Inspection completed
Instruments overhauled at restoration
New Fabric in 1995
New Wiring at restoration



Silver USAF “LTA” Scheme, Red spinner, top of rudder and wingtips are           Red , White and Blue- completed in 2017


Cockpits refurbished in light gray with black panels, excellent condition

Aircraft located in British Columbia, Canada. Contact Courtesy Aircraft to schedule a showing!