Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
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    North American P-51D Mustang
    North American P-51/A-36/F-6 Mustang/Apache
    North American P-51/A-36/F-6 Mustang/Apache
    North American
    122-40549
    N51KB
    474009/RL-F
    Columbus - Rickenbacker International (Lockbourne AFB / ANGB)
    Ohio
    USA
    September 29, 2007
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Comments (14)

Anonymous
6 years ago
Mustang: For me the most beautiful american aircraft for ever ! And this one confirm !
Anonymous
6 years ago
Miss World 1942. Here she is !!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Lovely aircraft with nice reflexions. I just love the title on the cowling!
Anonymous
5 years ago
I'd like to teach her some misbehavin', and she would love it too, that's for shure !
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wow
Anonymous
4 years ago
focus and lighting.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Beautiful. But where is that armourplate behind the pilots head?
Anonymous
3 years ago
The aircraft is done to perfection...and this photo reveals that. 5 Stars.
Anonymous
2 years ago
Sexy and powerful, this baby looks stunning from every angle! A tribute to its designers!
Anonymous
1 year ago
Nice old bird
Anonymous
1 year ago
Stöckl
Anonymous
1 year ago
I wonder if he ever flies that aircraft at night or IFR? I don't see enough antennas for IFR.
Now days they could mount a video system in the lower nose area for a view forward of the nose for taxi and takeoff. That's the ticket.
Anonymous
1 year ago
Icon of world war two north America p51 mustang
Anonymous
5 months ago
Can anyone explain why the body of old air crafts were left as a metallic finish that could easily reflect light and give off their positions? We had camo patterns in use in WW two as evident with the Brit spitfires and zigzag camo patterns on battle ships and woodland type camo on German panzers etc why not our aircraft?