1/33 Mk.IV Harvard RCAF 412 Canada AT6 T6 Texan Paper Model

1/33 Mk.IV Harvard RCAF 412 Canada AT6 T6 Texan Paper Model

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1/33 Mk.IV Harvard (T6 Texan) RCAF 412 Royal Canadian Air Force Paper Model

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1/33 Mk.IV Harvard RCAF 412 Canada AT6 T6 Texan Paper Model

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Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. IV (1952)
CCF4-203 (RCAF 412)
Currently owned and operated by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum (Mount Hope Ontario)

A single-engine advanced trainer aircraft used to train pilots of the United States Army Air Forces and Navy.
It was also used by the Royal Air Force and other air forces of the British Commonwealth during World War II.
Texans and Harvards have been flown by as many as 70 different countries and many are still flying today as Exhibition aircraft. Earlier

Separate from Texans, Harvard Mks I and II were built in Canada, by Noorduyn Aviation, under license from North American to existing North American Texan specifications.
After World War II, Canadian Car & Foundry company of Thunder Bay Ontario, built Harvard Mk.IVs for the RCAF and other countries with some minor changes from the North American version.

RCAF 412 is part of the Warplane Heritage Museum collection (Hamilton Ontario). The Museum's Harvard Mk. IV was built by Canadian Car & Foundry, Thunder Bay, Ontario in late 1951. The aircraft saw service at four RCAF flying schools across the nation until it was sold to a civilian owner in 1965

Paper Model Details: over 130 parts including detailed construction diagrams and Fuselage and Wing formers.
Simulated detailed Wheel Wells.
Fully detailed Landing Gear.
Complete detailed Cockpit.
Optional Clear or Printed canopies.
Detailed graphic textures, with realistic weathering and surface features.

Degree of Difficulty: 3/5.

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Manufacturer Dave Winfield
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