P-51D Mustang Airplane Model Kit
- 0.35 LBS
The P-51D Mustang 1/25 Scale Flying Model Kit is a precise, razor sharp die cut balsa wood model that is easy to assemble. The included plan and illustrated assembly instructions make it simple to put together, and the result is an accurate, scale replica of the P-51D Mustang. This kit is perfect for anyone who wants to build a precise, scale model of the P-51D Mustang. It's also a great gift for any aviation enthusiast or history buff.
This is a kit for the P-51D Mustang in 1/ 25 scale. It is an accurate scale model of the P-51D Mustang and includes all of the features that you would expect to find on the full size P-51D Mustang.
The kit comes with a clear plastic canopy, a cleanly formed plastic spinner, and a molded plastic propellor. It also includes a realistic landing gear, and a decal sheet with all of the markings for the P-51D Mustang. The kit is easy to assemble and is perfect for both beginners and experienced modelers alike. With its high level of detail, this kit is sure to please any fan of the P-51D Mustang.
Specs for the P-51D Mustang Airplane Model Kit:
- 17" wing Span.
- 1/25th Scale.
- Balsa wood.
- Assembly instructions Included.
- Decal sheet of insignia.
- rubber motor band.
- Plastic Wheels.
- Clean formed plastic nose cone.
- Wire for landing gear.
A Little History about the North American P51-D Mustang Fighter
The P-51D Mustang is widely considered to be one of the best single seat piston-engine fighters of World War 2. It was first used by the U.S.A.A.F. in November 1943 and quickly earned a reputation as an effective long-ranged fighter-escort for the B-17 and B-24 bombers. The P-51D was particularly effective at escorting bombers on raids into the heart of the German homeland, where it helped to secure many strategic victories for the Allies. In addition to its fighting capabilities, the P-51D also possessed excellent maneuverability and speed, making it a truly versatile fighter aircraft. The P-51D Mustang was truly a game-changer for the Allies, and its legacy continues to this day.