Flight Wing Aircraft 001A North American P-51D Mustang Display Model USAAF 31st FG, 308th








Flight Wing Aircraft 001A
North American P-51D Mustang Display Model
USAAF 31st FG, 308th

“American Beauty”, John Voll, Italy, 1944
John Voll was the highest scoring ace of the 15th Air Force and the third highest scoring Mustang ace of WWII. Flying for the 31st Fighter Group in Italy, Voll achieved 21 confirmed kills, 3 probables and 4 damaged.

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1:18 Scale

Length = 21.25″
Width = 24.75″

North American P-51D Mustang

Flight Wing display airplanes feature include:

    1:18 Scale

    Length

    Width
    North American P-51D Mustang

    21.25″

    24.75″

    Flight Wing display airplanes feature:
    Features include:


    • Detailed Cockpit
    • 1/18 scale pilot
    • Accurate Panel Lines and Surface Details
    • Heavy Plastic Construction
    • Positional Ailerons, Elevators, Flaps, and Rudder
    • Retractable Landing Gear
    • Detailed Cockpit
    • Open/Close Bubble Canopy
    • Accurate Panel Lines
    • Superb Surface Detail
    • Heavy Plastic Construction
    • Retractable Landing Gear
    • Optional Armament
    • Authentic Paint Scheme
    • Rotating Propellars
    • Drop Fuel Tanks x 2

    North American P-51D Mustang

    Designed to meet an RAF requirement for fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft, the P-51 Mustang was first flown on October 26th, 1940. This versatile aircraft was capable of escorting bombers on long-range missions, engaging in dogfights, and dropping down to destroy German targets on the ground. At least eight versions of the P-51 were produced, but it was the definitive P-51D that gave the Mustang its classic warbird appearance. Britain and the US both tested the airframe with the Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, which gave the aircraft tremendous performance gains.