Category:Cessna Bobcat

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Cessna AT-17 Bobcat in Never So Few.

The AT-17 was a military version of the commercial Cessna T-50 light transport. Designed in 1939 for the civilian market, as a lightweight and low cost twin for personal use , as competitor of much expensive and bigger Beechcraft 18. In 1940, the US Army Air Corps ordered them under the designation AT-8 as multi-engine advanced trainers, followed by the AT-17/C-78/UC-78 for USAAF. More than 3000 aircrafts on different versions have been produced.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Cessna Bobcat.

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