The Basic Specifications of the T-50 "BOBCAT"


Cessna introduced the T-50 in 1939. It is a low winged twin engine monoplane with five seats. First produced as a civilian aircraft, it was manufactured for Canada and the US Army during World War II.

Specifications:


Specificatons from Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation

The Bobcat was produced in the following quantities.


Type   Quantity Engine          Power   Notes
T-50      40    Jacobs L4-MB             225    Civilian Production
Crane1   680    Jacobs L4-MB                    Canadian 
AT-8      33    Lyncoming R-680-9        295    T-50s US Army (additional Production)
AT-17    450    Jacobs R-775-9           245
AT-17A    41
Crane1A  182
AT-17B   466                                    Redesignated UC-78B
AT-17C    60
AT-17D   131                                    Redesignated UC-78C
UC-78   1004                                    Redesignated UC-78D
UC-78A    17*                                   Impressed T-50s
UC-78B  2156                                    Redesignated UC-78E
UC-78C   196                                    Redesignated UC-78F Through 1944
JRC-1     67*                                   Acquired by Navy from USAF 
 

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