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P-51 Mustang Flying Undertaker Model

Fighter P51 Mustang Flying Undertaker Wood Model Airplane

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P-51 Mustang Flying Undertaker Model


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Relive history with our P-51 Mustang "Flying Undertaker" desktop wooden model!

Model Airplane: P-51 Mustang "Flying Undertaker" aircraft
Wingspan: 17.8"
Fuselage Length: 15.4"
Scale: 1/25
Material: mahogany wood
Branch: United States Army Air Force (USAAF)

Model Airplane Factory offers you this elegant P-51 Mustang "Flying Undertaker" desktop wooden model made from mahogany wood. Every Fighter P51 Mustang Flying Undertaker Wood Model Airplane is a work of art. Every part and detail of the P51 Flying Undertaker wood model is given equal attention to retain the actual specification of the P51 Mustang aircraft. The rich color paint scheme and markings of the P-51 Mustang aircraft are cautiously painted to the assembled P-51 Flying Undertaker model airplane.


The North American Aviation P-51 Mustang, one of the most famous American fighter aircraft in history, and became one of the conflict's most successful and recognizable aircraft of World War II. Mustangs could fly 1700 miles at over 400 mph. In 1944, the Mustang was recognized as the best single seat long range escort fighter bomber. Its primary users are United States Army Air Forces, Royal Air Force, and numerous others. Its maiden flight was on the 26th of October 1940 and was introduced in 1942 but retired in 1957 with United States Air National Guard.

After World War II and the Korean conflict, many Mustangs were converted for civilian use, especially air racing. The Mustang's reputation was such that, in the mid-1960s, Ford Motor Company's Designer John Najjar proposed the name for a new youth-oriented coupé after the fighter. The P-51D Mustang primary users are United States Army Air Forces, Royal Air Force, and numerous others. The fighter aircraft was manufactured by North American Aviation.



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