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  1. tameboy

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    Even with the help of the RIAT programme I am having difficulty identifying this plane :(

    A few more ww2 aircraft to see if you follow the link on the image above.
     
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    It's a NAA T-6 Texan or SNJ

    The markings are Portugese
     
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    Correct. You'll probably know it more as the Harvard here in the UK.
     
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    #5 macharvard, Jul 28, 2010
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    It is, in fact, a Canadian built (Canadian Car Foundry, Fort William, Ontario) Harvard Mk 4. The first 20 were built from Mk II spares, in spite of being designated Mk 4.

    cheers
    MacHarvard
     
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