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OK folks, this obscure little plane's had quite a cloud of misinformation surrounding it! This Bronco-looking thing is a T.05. It's an indiginous Thai design, of which at least one example still exists in the Thai Air Force Museum. The T.05 has one pusher piston engine. We believe it was intended to be a low-cost trainer to be used before pilots were ready for the Bronco. It is a fairly small aircraft - it's a lot closer to a typical homebuilt plane than an OV-10. Contrary to what was posted here previously, the T.05 is NOT derived from or directly related to the OV-10, so far as we know, and it was designed in Thailand, not Indonesia. There's also been some confusion between the T.05 and the Fantrainer. They are completely separate and unrelated aircraft.

In any case, the T.05 is a unique and interesting airplane. Since it's pretty doubtful there's any other webpage about it, we've adopted it and given it a little home right here. If you know any more about it, please let us know!

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T.05 - Thai Bronco Derivative
ID: 255 GROUP: None
PIC 1 T.05 W=355  H=237   9KB
  pix/misc-bronco/t05_thailand_bronco_1.jpg
PIC 2 None
PIC 3 None
A/C 1 T.05  
A/C 2 N/A  
A/C 3 N/A  
A/C 4 N/A  
DATE Unknown LOCATION Royal Thai Aircraft Museum
SENT BY Mike Whaley PHOTO BY Unknown
WEB URL http://www.canit.se/~griffon/aviation/text/rtaf_mus.htm
POSTED 1998
         
This aircraft, called a T.05, is at the Royal Thai Aircraft Museum. We are unclear on exactly what relationship this has to OV-10s, perhaps little to none. In any case, it's similar enough to be of some note. The site http://www.canit.se/~griffon/aviation/text/rtaf_mus.htm says of it:

TO.5, indigenous abandoned project, similar to a Bronco, but with a single pushing 3-bladed prop. White with blue trim, yellow bands on the fins. Intended to replace the O-1 Bird Dog and OV-10 Bronco.

The picture above came from http://www.kuai.se/~griffon/travels/thailand/rtaf_m01.jpg.


 

 
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