North American T-6 Texan Warbird (Harvard) – This Is A
Classic WW2 Plane You Can Still Fly...
If you are looking to get more out of your flying then just flying around in a small recreational airplane, you should really think about checking out the T-6 Texan. This is a great WWII airplane that you can still fly and it is not that expensive if you compare it to the Mustang..
Not only would this be a great airplane to fly around & turn heads, it is a nice looking airplane that is a true piece of American history. And if you are in the market for a 2 seater, you should think about buying a T-6 that is for sale...
IMPORTANT: You have to make sure you pay attention to the T-6 models. There are a lot of different versions of this airplane and you are going to want to make sure you get the one that is right for you. Also, pay attention to the add-on's that some of them have. Some have smoker's on them, others have original guns & others have various add on's that owners have installed throughout the years.
Here's 2 Things You Should Know Before You Buy A T-6
Texan That Is For Sale...
First - They Have Great Performance Specifications (Specs):
The great thing about the T-6 Harvard is the fact that even though it is a 2 seater WWII trainer, it still performs very well. According to the data that we could find, the T-6G has 600 horsepower, can cruise at around 145 miles per hour & has a range of about 730 miles.
Those are pretty good numbers when you consider how old it is and the fact that it is a 2 seater. Not only that, this is an airplane you can truly take on cross country road trips. As well, if you can find one that is IFR certified - even better!
You might just have your VFR rating, but you never know what the future will bring & its good to know that you can fly it IFR if you get your rating & if you bought a model that was certified.
Second - They Are Not Making More Of Them & That Is Good For You:
The problem with buying a T-6 Texan is the fact that it can be tough to find the right one that is for sale. You might have to wait a few months or so to get the right one for your situation. But you have to realize that the wait will be well worth it because of the fact that once you have one, you have something that is in demand.
The bottom line is they are not making more T-6's anymore! Not only that - as the years go by, less and less of them will be on the market as some will crash, others will end up in the parts yard & a few will end up in museums.
That means that the demand for good T-6's should hold and hopefully it will be an airplane that you can get your money out of (or close to it) when you go to sell it someday.
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