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Article about: Was out today and drove past a garage sale sign thought to myself " I should stop". After walking around and not finding anything good I was about to leave . The owner of the house

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    Was out today and drove past a garage sale sign thought to myself " I should stop". After walking around and not finding anything good I was about to leave . The owner of the house came out and asked if I had found anything I liked . I told her no and that I was looking for WWII items. She told me she had some ,but was donating it to a local veteran's group. I asked if I could see it and she said sure its in a box in the garage. She was kind enough to let me look and even gave me a couple items. She even took down my number and told me if the veteran's group didn't want the items she would call me. Can anybody ID the plane in the second photo. Hope you guys like the photos. Gary
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    It's likely a Beech AT-7 Trainer, without the navigators nose modification Beechcraft Model 18 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Thank you . It could be . Gary

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    Single engine plane is an AT-'Texan' training aircraft
    - known as 'Harvard' to the Brits. The twin engine
    trainer is possibly a Curtis AT-9, or a Beechcraft
    AT-7. ( Nice finds Gary - hope the Vets are not
    interested and you get the whole box ! )
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Thanks Steve I figured the other was a Texan (I had the opportunity to take a flight in one ). Gary

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    Nice find.

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    Thanks Steve

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    Nice. Rich A. in Pa.
    1969 Shelby GT-500 King of the Road
    Knowledge is power, guard it well.

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    very nice find.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Thanks Rich A. and John.

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