NORTH AMERICAN AT-6J N36FC s/n 51-17179 Standard Category U.S. Registered and Located in the Czech Republic.

170.000 EUR

Airframe:

6674 Hours TTSNEW

Engine(s):

  • Pratt & Whitney R-1340-61 Geared, 12:1 Blower
  •  600 SMOH by Aero Engines

Avionics:

  • Collins VIR-351 Nav (2)
  • Collins PN-101 HSI (flip-flop #1 Nav and GPS)
  • Collins GLS-350 Glideslope
  • Collins AMR-350 Audio Panel/ Marker Beacon
  • Collins 451 DME
  • King KLN-90A GPS
  • King KT-76 Transponder
  • ACK A-30 Encoder

Equipment:

  • Jasco 70 amp Alternator
  • Electric Fuel Boost Pump
  • Electric Primer
  • Electric Pre-Oiler
  • Chip Detector
  • Strobe Lights
  • Lightweight Aluminum Oil Cooler
  • Updated Panel and Instruments
  • SNJ-2, BC-2 Style Rudder

Propeller(s):

  • Hamilton Standard 23D40-311 Hydramatic, 3-Blade Polished
  • 600 SMOH by C&S Propeller

History:

This aircraft was constructed by the Canadian Car & Foundry for the U.S. Air Force under terms of contract # 33(600)520641.  200 AT-6J Trainers were produced under this contract in 1953 – 1954.  Most of these aircraft were pre-assigned for service in NATO air forces under the U.S. Government Mutual Defense Aid Pact (MDAP).  This aircraft, production article # 89, remained in NATO service with the Italian Air Force until May 17, 1976, when it was returned to the U.S. Government inventory.  The aircraft was placed on open bid and sold to Warbirds West, inc. in May of 1981 and significant alterations were completed in Sept 1995, with 337’s documenting all changes.  This Aircraft is certified as standard category.

Exterior:

Overall Navy with Stars and Bars- Excellent Condition
This aircraft is located in the Czech Republic. SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION UPON INSPECTION