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The P-51 Mustang is one of the most famous US fighters of WW II. The P-51B Mustang was the early P-51 Model. Known as a P-51B or P-51C depending on where the Mustang was assembled. Performance is comparable to that of a P-51D in every aspect. VQ have modeled the P-51B in a highly detailed "weathered look" covering to reflect the wartime struggles and hardships that this legendary fighter went through. If you own a P-51 D Mustang, add its younger brother to your squadron today! The distinct canopy and razorback will turn heads wherever you fly!
Latest VQ P-51 version features Flaps and electric battery hatch to facilitate easy battery pack changes between flight sorties! Please note photos show a few details added that are up to modeler to add on. Inner doors are not functional and just for static display. Photos illustrate what a few extra details such as antenna, antenna wire, etc can increase scale appearance of your model immensely!
Factory Laser Cut, Jig-Built, All balsa and lite-ply construction
Factory covered with weathered detail
Hand Painted Pilot
Fibreglass Cowling
Control surfaces pre-hinged and installed
Compatible with Glow and Electric Power System
Top hatch for quick battery access
Complete Hardware Package
Fixed Undercarriage (Electric retracts sold separetly - VQARE03)
Assembly instructions with stage by stage photos - [ Download ]
Tail wheel assembly and main wheels
Fibreglass cowling
Servo trays
Engine mounts
Fuel tank
Radiator air scoop
Decals and all hardware
Required Hardware (Not Supplied)
Transmitter, Motor, Propeller, Servos, Battery, Extension Leads, Glue, Tools and Silicone Fuel Line (For GP).
Recommended Hardware (Not Supplied)
Electric Motor & ESC - TBC
Servos - 4 standard servos and 2-3 mini servos
IC Engine - TBC
Wingspan: 60in (1524mm)
Fuselage Length: 46.8in (1189mm)
Weight (Ready to fly): 2.72 - 2.94kg (6 - 6.5lbs) - Will Vary with Equipment Used
Engine: .40 - .46 (2-Stroke) / .70 (4 Stroke) or electric equivalent
Radio: 6 channels with 6/7 servos
Electric Motor: TBC
Battery: TBC
History of the Famous "Berlin Express"
William Bruce "Bill" Overstreet Jr. (April 10, 1921 – December 29, 2013) was an American fighter pilot and a veteran of the 357th Fighter Group, 363rd Fighter Squadron of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. He is best known for his solo pursuit of a German Messerschmitt Bf 109G underneath the arches of the Eiffel Tower in 1944.
In the spring of 1944, Bill Overstreet and his P-51B Mustang, the 'Berlin Express', were near Paris when the action started, immortalised in the artwork by Len Krenzler. Overstreet had followed a Bf109 from the enemy fighter sortie on the US bomber group he was escorting. After most of the German fighters had broken off the attack, Overstreet and the German had begun a running dogfight, but as they neared Paris, the Messerschmitt now had Overstreet and his Mustang on his tail.
The Bf109 pilot flew over Paris hoping that the heavy German triple A batteries surrounding the city would solve his problem and eliminate Overstreet and his 'Berlin Express'. Overstreet managed to get some hits in at about 1500 feet. The German’s engine was hit and damaged, but Overstreet stayed on his tail braving the intense enemy ground fire.
The German pilot's desperation undoubtedly growing, he aimed his plane at the Eiffel Tower and in a surprising maneuver, flew beneath it. Undeterred, Overstreet followed right behind him, scoring several more hits in the process. The German plane crashed and Overstreet escaped the heavy flak around Paris by flying low and full throttle down the Seine until he had cleared the heavily defended city's anti-aircraft batteries. This amazing scene of Overstreet chasing and downing the enemy plane gave immense inspiration to the French citizens and the Resistance. He was awarded the France's highest military award, Ordre national de la Légion d’honneur by the French Ambassador to the United States Pierre Vimont at a ceremony held at the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia.on June 6, 2009. He died on December 29, 2013, at the age of 92.
Ref: VQA06BEX Stock Status: 2 Units in Stock Manufactured by: VQ Models

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