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    1. Dennisthemenace
      That Plane is a Texan T-6. Im probably sure that you have probably figured this out by this time as I have just seen and realized that you posted that question 10 yrs ago and probably dont really much care any more and you have probably long since changed your internet information and have long longlong ago forgotten that you wasted your time signing up to this web site as I did because I wanted to reply to your question because I live in Boca Raton Florida and Ive seen this airplane or one that is identical and I have also seen a SBD Dauntless flying overhead while I was outside my house in West Boca Raton. The diffrence in the two planes is that a Dauntless's wing tips are rounded off and the T-6 Texan's wing tips are squared off much like the P-51 Mustangs wing tips are. You say you never see old WW 2 planes flying over your house well where I live I have seen all kinds of planes of that era flying around like a B-25, B-24,
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