Price: £1.8 Million Sterling
A Fantastic example of a North American P-51 Mustang
Hamilton Standard 24D/50 overhauled and zero timed.
Garmin GTX 327 Transponder, Garmin GNS 430 GPS/Nav/Comm.
Stock instruments and gauges
Airframe: Fuselage Zero Timed rebuild & wings by Odegaard Wings, a second seat has been fitted behind the pilot ( Not dual control)
Engine: Packard Merlin V-1650-7 serial no 335356 Zero timed and fitted 21/08/2018
Propeller: Hamilton Standard 24D/50 overhauled and zero timed. Fitted 20/08/2018
Avionics: Garmin GTX 327 Transponder, Garmin GNS 430 GPS/Nav/Comm. Stock instruments and gauges
The aircraft was issued a FAA airworthiness certificate on 21/08/2018
Engine ground runs 3rd November 2020
- WWII Vet: 15th AF & Kentucky NG – Sold surplus
- 1963: N2870D, Clearance Head, Eglin IL
- 1966: Mark Foutch, Champaign IL
- 1969: Sep 01, ground collision, hit by 44-73877
- 1984: N51TK, Tom Kelley / John Dilley / Fort Wayne Air Services – restoration
- 1989: Apr 11, crashed on takeoff – overrun, Fort Wayne IN
- 1989: N151RR (ntu), International Aircraft Ltd., Hockessin DE
- 1993: N51TK, Charles Greenhill, Mettawa IL
- 1994: Dec 29, crashed-forced landing, Round Lake IL & in 1996: rebuilt – “LouIV”
- 2006: N51TK, John McKittrick – California.
- 2007: July 15 – Fatal accident and badly damaged
- 2008: Sold
- 2010: N51TK, Terry Dieno / Fast Toys for Boys – restoration to stock P51 with second seat
- 2010: wings, flaps and ailerons rebuilt
- 2011: restoration in progress
- 2018: Oct 23, N51TK, first post restoration flight
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