During World War II the Texan T-6 Harvard Mk.IV was known as the pilot maker. The Texan T6 Harvard was developed by the Canadian Car and Foundry Co, to the specifications of the T6G. Though active duties ended 1950 in the USA, it was still in service with other nations until 1970.
Over 17,000 of the T6 Harvard MK.IV were built, today just about 350 are still in airworthiness.
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