The AT-10 was the most produced of the Advanced twin-engine trainers. It was a four-seater, all-wood, low-wing Monoplane. It resulted from a program undertaken in 1941/2 to conserve essential metals for combat aircraft by building the trainer types of non-strategic materials. The entire airframe, except for engine nacelles, was of wooden construction.
Span: 44 ft.
Length: 34 ft. 4 in.
Weight: 6,465 lbs. loaded
Engines: 2 295 h.p. Lycoming R-680.
Maximum speed: 200 mph.