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Cessna T-50 Bobcat (N60010)

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Private Cessna UC-78 (T-50) Bobcat (N60010) at Cape Cod Airfield (2B1) in November 2015. The plane is operated by Air Ads Inc. based in
Standish, ME. This aircraft was originally built in 1943, and at that time these aircraft were used by USAAF for light transport use as well other training including for multi engine.

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xavier legay
thks to show us this beauty .
Darryl SarnoPhoto Uploader
Your welcome Xavier and agreed she is a beauty!
skyhawkrg
Was the Bobcat the aircraft used as the first "Songbird" on TV show "Sky King"?
Dave Sheehy
Bamboo Bomber-Nice catch Darryl!
Bruce Carlson
N60010 belonged to my dad from the mid 60's to the mid to late 80's. The gentleman from Standish Maine bought it from my dad. It is so great to see that he still owns it ( he's now owned it longer than my family did ) and that it is still flying. I have so many wonderful memories of this plane as a child. The photo with the DC-3 in the background is fantastic. I can remember some referring to the T-50 as a "baby DC-3"
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