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P-51 Mustang "Tuskegee" 1/52 Airplane Desktop Model

by Mastercraft Collection, LLC

List Price: $99.95
Sale: $69.95
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In stock.
Usually ships within 2 to 3 days.
Ships from and sold by Mastercraft Collection - Showcasemodels.

Product Features

  • Scale: 1/52; Wingspan: 8.5 inches; Length: 7.5 inches
  • Made from the finest kiln-dried wood
  • Handcarved and hand-painted using only the best tools and methods
  • Comes with a customized base that matches any kind of surface
  • Free shipping for orders around Continental US

Product Description

About Our Product
Owning this airplane desktop model of the P-51 Mustang 'Tuskegee' is definitely worth every penny. For one thing, it has been carefully crafted to create an exact image of the original aircraft with even the smallest details considered. Blueprint details have been carefully researched in order to come up with a model aircraft that is impressive no matter which way you look at it. What's more, you can be assured that you are getting only the best product from a reputable company that's been in the business for several years.

A Little Bit of History
The North American P-51 Mustang was a fighter-bomber aircraft that served during World War II and the Korean War. This long-range fighter was first flown by the Royal Air Force, but also served the Tuskegee Airmen in the Second World War. Among the different aircrafts flown by the Tuskegee (also known as the Red Tail Squadron), the Mustang was the one to which the airmen owe their popularity from. Introduced in 1942, the Mustang aircraft retired from military service sometime in 1984.

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