OV-10 IN RESTORATION AND FOR SALE
OV-10D+ BRONCO SN155418
MAX CRUISE SPEED
CREW + PAX
2 + 4 Jumpers
IN RESTORATION – Custom Build
Currently IN RESTORATION at our Chino, California (KCNO) hangar, this warbird packs a load of history, weaponry and adrenaline in a two-pilot, tandem seating fully-aerobatic twin turboprop.
1968 NORTH AMERICAN ROCKWELL OV-10D+ BRONCO S/N 155418 is in process and can be built to suit with:
- Original avionics, updated glass panel or combo-pack
- Custom livery
- Your choice of armament carriers and/or mock weaponry
- Other modifications to fit your needs
Committed to the restoration of these aircraft to certified safe, flyable and enjoyable condition, OV-10 Squadron in Chino, California (KCNO) is passionate about rebuilding and restoring these amazing aircraft for your personal use. We’re also committed to sharing the history with others with our passion.
This aircraft is NOW FOR SALE with restoration estimated completion by early Summer 2022. LEARN MORE about the history and restoration process of this SN 155418.
Contact us if you’re interested in owning your piece of aviation history.
Bronco 418 gets the royal treatment at our Chino, California restoration facility. OV-10 Squadron has (7) seven Broncos in the hangar, with three fully restored OV10D+ aircraft flying. Track their flights above.
Take a Spin
- Guns: 4 × 7.62×51mm M60C machine guns
- Hardpoints: 5 fuselage and 2 underwing and provisions to carry combinations of:
- Rockets: 7- or 19-tube launchers for 2.75” FFARs or 2- or 4-tube launchers for 5” FFARs
- Missiles: AIM-9 Sidewinder (Wing pylons only)
- Bombs: up to 500 lb
- Other: SUU-11/A or Mk 4 Mod 0 gun pods
Behind the Cockpit
- Great Visibility
- Removable second seat
- Ejection Seats (disarmed)
44 ft 0 in
40 ft 0 in
15 ft 2 in
Wing area: 290.95 ft²
Tailplane Span: 14 ft 7 in
Fuel / Capacity: 246 gallons / 1,660 lbs JET A
Crew Seats: 2
Passengers: 4 Paratroopers
Empty weight: 8,050 lbs
Basic Operating Weight: 10,000 lbs
Useful Load: 6,500 lbs
Maximum Payload: 2,500 lbs
Max. takeoff Weight: 14,426 lbs
Max. Landing Weight: 14,500 lbs
Max. Zero Fuel Weight: 10,980
Capacity: 100 cases of beer
Model: (2) T76-G-420/412 turboprop
Power Rating: 1,040 shp each
Propellers: 4 Blade Hartzell
ORDINANCE LOADOUT (Typical)
MK 81 GP Bomb
GPU-2 Gun Pod
Guns: 4 x 7.62 x 51mm M60C Machine GUns
FLIR – AN/ASS-37 (avail.)
IR Suppression Exhaust
ALQ-144 IR (avail.)
ALE-39 w/chaff & flares (avail.)
Hardpoints: 5 fuselage and 2 underwing and provisions to carry combinations of:
Rockets: 7- or 19-tube launchers for 2.75″ FFARs or 2- or 4-tube launchers for 5″ FFARs
Missiles: AIM-9 Sidewinder (Wing pylons only)
Bombs: up to 500 lb
Other: SUU-11/A or Mk 4 Mod 0 gun pods
Night Observation Surveillance (NOS)
Strike Reconnaissance (TAC)
Forward Air Control (FAC)
Cargo & Paratroop Transport
Maximum Speed: 228 ktas
Cruise Speed: 180 ktas
Maximum Range: 1080 nm
Takeoff Distance: 1030 ft @ 10,000 lbs
Landing Distance: 980 ft @ 10,000 lbs
Max. Operating Altitude: 33,000 ft
Max. Climb Rate: 4,000 fpm
Equipment: GTN 750, GTR 226, GTX 326, ADS-B equipped
Backed by Veterans
With a team of committed aeronautical engineers, A&P mechanics, and several aviation history experts, the OV-10D+ is able to fly again.
This Time, It’s Personal
Flying a restored warbird is an honor so few ever experience.
Flying an OV-10 is an experience you will honor for all time.
With Garmin GTN 750 Avionics, the OV-10D+ brings moving maps and ADS-B to the skies. Because this time, you really do want to be seen.
SN 155418 SERVICE RECORD:
- New at the factory on May 24, 1968
- HML 267 – Camp Pendleton, California – May 30, 1968
- VMO-6 – Quang Tri, Vietnam – January 1, 1969
- VMO-2 -Danang – May 2, 1969 thru Sept. 9, 1969
- June 26, 1971 VMO2 – MCAS Futenma, Okinawa – June 12, 1972
- Joe Baugher’s Notes: converted to OV-10D. To Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (Boneyard) as 1VB0043 Apr 22, 1993, to PA0003 Apr 22, 1993. Registration N87612 reserved Feb 5, 1997, cancelled Aug 20, 1999 but not taken up Feb 21, 2008
US Marine Corps
The OV-10 was first acquired by the U.S. Marine Corps. Each of the Marine Corps’ two observation squadrons (designated VMO) had 18 aircraft – nine OV-10As and nine OV-10Ds night observation aircraft. A Marine Air Reserve observation squadron was also established.
US Air Force
The USAF acquired the Bronco primarily as a FAC aircraft. The first combat USAF OV-10As arrived in Vietnam on 31 July 1968 as part of “Operation Combat Bronco”, an operational testing and evaluation of the aircraft.
The U.S. Navy formed Light Attack Squadron Four (VAL-4), the “Black Ponies”, on 3 January 1969, and operated in Vietnam from April 1969 through April 1972. The Navy used the Bronco OV-10A as
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