SamSons North American AT-6D

SamSons North American AT-6D


US Specialty Insurance Company


History:
North American At-6D # 4481453 entered Military service in 1944. It served at various bases all over the United States including Randolph,Columbus,Perrin and B. Mitchell. It was retired from the Military service in the late 50′s It had several private owners until it was aquired by SAMSONS IN 1999.Since that time it has been flown proudly all over the US. N4983N is painted as a Marine Corps aircraft and can be seen at shows from Sun and Fun to Oshkosh. Typically it is flown in formations with other aircraft from around the country. The green stripe indicated that this T6 was used as an instrument trainer.

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Specifications

Registration Number Date of Manufacture
N4983N 1944
Aircraft Role Nickname
Trainer “Pilot Maker”
Aircraft Type: Wingspan:
North American AT-6D 42 feet .25 inches
Overall length: Empty weight:
29 feet 6 inches 4158 pounds
Gross weight: Fuel capacity:
5300 pounds 110 gallons/ 550 miles
Oil capacity Engine type:
12 GALLONS Single 600 hp Pratt & Whitney R1340 AN-1 radial piston engine
Propeller type: Max Speed
Hamilton Standard 12D40 205 mph
Rate of Climb Cruise Speed
226mph, 197 knots
Service Ceiling Number of Crew
24,000 feet Two
Armament Bomb Load
None None
Number Built Number Surviving
16000+ (includes all models) 850+

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T6-3 T6-1 T6-4

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