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North American Trojan (N372C)


N372C, a 1955 North American T-28B owned by the Palm Springs Air Museum, is caught here as it takes off for a practice flight around the race course route during the 2019 Pylon Racing Seminar being held now at Reno Stead Airport (KRTS) in preparation for the 2019 National Championship Air Races.


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Gary... thanks for sharing with us!!!

*F*I*V*E* Stars!!!
C.W. Reed
Great shot as always, Gary! Cheers!!
Tom Vance
Did y--o--u get a-n-y-video of this bad*ss plane?????????? 5 exhaust chops stars on this one! ooooof!
Leon Kay
Thank you for a very good shot and accompanying comment.
Nice. Wright R-1820-86A, 1450hp, 2 stage supercharger. 52 inches of MAP on takeoff.
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