Temco--Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Company--was involved with the Globe Swift and became the major holder of aircraft after Globe went out of business.
Temco also took what they learned from the T-35 Buckaroo project and developed a nifty little jet named the Pinto. The Pinto was Temco's response to a request for a military training jet in the 1960's.
Of course, since we Americans like small machines with BIG motors, most of the 14 aircraft built have been re-engined over the years. Increasing the power from the original J-69 engine's paltry 980 pounds to a whopping 3000 pounds with the GE J-85 gave the airplane a whole 'nother personality! But don't take my word for it--read Budd's pilot report below. A rare Warbird!
The October LOOTM
Temco TT-1 Super Pinto Jet