Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. IV (1952)
RCN 825 (Serial unknown)
Separate from Texans, Harvard Mks I and II were built in Canada, by Noorduyn Aviation, under license from North American to existing North American Texan specifications.
After World War II, Canadian Car & Foundry company of Thunder Bay Ontario, built Harvard Mk.IVs for the RCAF and other countries with some minor changes from the North American version.
Royal Canadian Navy 825 operated as a Training aircraft in southern Ontario Canada during the 1950s and 60s.
This particular model is in honour of Canadian serviceman Pat Galt who flew this aircraft while training with VC-921 Squadron (attached to HMCS Cataraqui) operating at Norman Rogers Airport in Kingston Ontario (#31 Service Flying Training School for the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy).
Paper Model Details:
over 130 parts including detailed construction diagrams and Fuselage and Wing formers.
Simulated detailed Wheel Wells.
Fully detailed Landing Gear.
Complete detailed Cockpit.
Optional Clear or Printed canopies.
Detailed graphic textures, with realistic weathering and surface features.
Degree of Difficulty: 3/5.