The P-51 Mustang is regarded by many to be the premier long-range fighter of World War II. When paired with Rolls-Royce's Merlin engine, the P-51 Mustang had an outstanding speed and service ceiling. The Mustang was designed by North American Aviation's, Edgar Schmued, a self-taught German Immigrant. Between 1941-45, the AAF ordered 14,855 Mustangs (including A-36 dive bomber and F-6 photo recon versions), of which 7,956 were P-51Ds.
The framed size is 11.5" wide by 8.5" high.
Natural Basswood finish (as pictured) is mounted on a Baltic Blue matte and surrounded by a rich cherry finish frame.
Brass and Steel finishes are mounted on a black matte within a black frame which gives a very contemporary look.
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