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T-34C Mentor USN Model 1/32

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Part# 13-10609
MFR Model# AT34NT

Overview

This high quality replica is handcrafted from mahogany and comes with a wooden base. Length is 10-3/4" and wingspan is 12-3/4". Scale is 1/32.

The Beechcraft T-34 Mentor is a single engine, military trainer aircraft which was derived from the Beechcraft Model 35 Bonanza.

A 15-year production hiatus of the Model 73 Jet Mentor led to the Turboprop era, wherein in 1973, the T-34C Turbine Mentor was a powered by a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-25 turboprop engine. From the late 1940s to the 1950s, earlier versions of the T-34s were piston-engined and it was eventually succeeded by an upgraded model with a turboprop engine.

The T-34C Turbo Mentor is a variant of the T-34, with a two-seat primary trainer fitted with turboprop engines. The T-34C was used by the Argentine Navy during the Falklands War. It was a primary trainer aircraft for the United States Navy and Marine Corps pilots. The T-34C was replaced by the T-6 Texan II but it was still considered as the primary aircraft at NAS Corpus Christi and NAS Whiting Field.

The T-34C has a crew of two. It has a maximum speed of 280 kt IAS and a range of 600 nm.

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Q: What scale ratio is the Navy T-34C model?

Scale is 1/32. Length is 10-3/4" and wingspan is 12-3/4".