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I popped down to Goodwood this weekend ( 27th March 2010 ) and to my surprise, there sat a beautiful trio of Harvards ready to embark on a formation flying exercise, so a grabbed a couple of shots and thought they would make interesting viewing.
It was raining and not the best weather to attempt close formation flying, but I think all the guys concerned had a good time and it was nice to see the field adorned with so much radial power.
 
 

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Serial #: 49-3072
Construction #:
 
Civil Registration:
 N2807G, G-BHTH

G-TEXN
 
Model(s):
  T-6G Texan

Name: None
Status: Airworthy
Last info: 2009

 

History:
Training Command until 1963

Sold into civilian hands. With the U.S civilian registration N2807G, based in Florida and Chicago until 1980

Imported into the UK and registered as G-BHTH 1980

Landing accident in March 1995

Re-registered as G-TEXN, it is now painted to represent a 1944 U.S. Navy SNJ with The real flying company

 

 

 

 

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Serial #: 42-787
Construction #:
  14A-1431
Civil Registration:
 
Model(s):
AT-16 HARVARD IIB   
Name: None
Status: Airworthy
Last info: 2009

 

History:

Year built:

1942

Formerly owned by "The flying lawyer" between 1986-1990 when he owned it with Mark Hanna. It was built by Noorduyn Aviation (Canada) and delivered to the RAF in 1942. After service as an advanced trainer for pilots converting to fighters, it was subsequently sold to the Dutch Air Force some time after the war, and then into civilian ownership in Holland.


 
















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