The North America T-28 was designed just after WWII primarily as a trainer for the F-86 Sabre but also proved itself to be a potent counter-insurgency and ground attack platform during the Vietnam War.
The T-28B is the U.S. Navy version, powered by a mighty 1,425 hp Wright R-1820-86A or -86B radial engine, with a three-blade propeller and a belly-mounted speed brake. A total of 489 of these models were built.
The aircraft has remarkable performance, very similar to the P-51 Mustang and with tremendous handling characteristics. Its primary asset however, is unquestionably the view from the cockpit; with a high seating position and large canopy you really can see everything!
This aircraft is presented in superb condition and is fully operational, airworthy, and serviceable. The has to be one of the nicest T-28’s flying in the world today.