The P-51 Mustang, designed in 1940 after Great Britain requested. Mustangs served in nearly every active combat zone, including the Pacific where they escorted B-29s from Iwo Jima to Japan. Between 1941 and 1945, the Army Air Force ordered 14,855 Mustangs (including A-36A dive bomber and F-6 photo-reconnaissance versions), of which 7,956 were P-51Ds with the "bubble" canopy and heavier armament. P-51Ds were play a interceptor and primarily for close support of ground forces Role. P-51s served with Reserve and National Guard units until 1957.
Item No 02275
Item Name P-51D Mustang
Item Type Static Aircraft
Model Brief Length: 308mm Width: 352.5mm
Total Parts 296PCS
Metal Parts n/a
Photo Etched Parts 2 frets
Film Parts photo-film for instrument panel
Resin Parts n/a
Total Sprues 12 sprues with an additional 3 rubber tyres
Paint Schemes " P-51D HL-B, ""American Beauty."", Capt John Voll's plane form the 308FS.The leading Ace in the Mediterranean theater.
P-51D-5-NA (44-13704) “Ferociou"
Released Date 2008-05
More Features " Fuselage
-Left and right fuselage are slide moulded w/ authentic details
-Offer clear fuselage edition to assembly to show the full interior