Here's another full-scale Bobcat, or at least part of one, looking much like a model under construction. This is the fuselage of AT-17D/UC-78C, c/n 2688, ex-USAAF 42-14004 (originally an AT-17A from a batch which was to have gone to the RCAF as Cranes, but diverted), on display at the Flight of the Phoenix Museum, Gilmer, TX. It is owned by Terry Sullivan of Shreveport, LA, who used parts from it in the restoration of his other Bobcat, N66671. It is current as N91088, and the wings are in Terry's hangar in Shreveport.
This is the only known (to date) survivor of the Bobcats assigned to the 318th Army Air Forces Flying Training Detachment, Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas, better known as the WASPs.
Also on display at the Flight of the Phoenix Museum is this instrument panel from an unknown Bobcat: