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  • NORTH AMERICAN P-51 SERIES Aircraft For Sale

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    1945 MUSTANG P51D, 1305 TTSN, 135 SMOH by Nixon. Dual controls. Recent Martin radiator, hoses, tubes, hydraulics, fresh annual, interesting Warbirds on ... More Info

    Hudson Flight Ltd

    (806) 662-5823

    TX USA

    P-51D Mustang Sold With A Warehouse Full Of Merlin Engines And P-51 Parts. More Info

    Platinum Fighter Sales

    (800) 210-1951

    TX USA

    Full Dual Control TF-51 Mustang With 50 Hours On Everything Since Restoration More Info

    Platinum Fighter Sales

    (800) 210-1951


    1944 North American P-51D, 1700 TT, 135 SMOH. More Info

    (303) 888-1916

    Broomfield, CO USA

    NORTH AMERICAN P-51 with A Top Shop Ground-up Restoration! For details contact Box 2521 c/o Trade-A-Plane, P.O. Box 509 Crossville, TN 38557. More Info

    North American P-51 Aircraft Information

    The North American P-51 Mustang is the result of a direct request from the British Purchasing Commission to North American Aviation for a single seat, long-range fighter aircraft. First production models were used by the Royal Air Force for tactical reconnaissance and fighter-bombers during WWII. Early models used a low-altitude Allison V-1710 engine. Out of the 16,766 produced, the P-51D (the definitive model) made up 16,134 of the final number. The aircraft has an empty weight of 7,635 lbs (3,465 kg) and a maximum takeoff weight of 12,100 lbs (5,490 kg). The cruise speed is 362 mph (580 km/h), the stall speed is 100 mph (160 km/h) and the maximum speed is 437 mph (703 km/h). The P-51D uses a Packard V-1650-7 liquid cooled supercharged V-12 engine.

    During the design phase the North American P-51 was called the NA-73X. The initial design followed conventional practices of the time but featured two new concepts. The first was a laminar flow airfoil wing design that had very low drag at very high speeds. The second feature was a new radiator design that utilized the heated air exiting the radiator for a form of jet thrust called the Meredith Effect. To save weight, the semi-monocoque fuselage was made completely out of aluminum. After WWII, the P-51 was kept on service until being moved to secondary placement as newer models were released.

    The following are variations of the P-51 series: NA-73X, North American P-51 Mustang, P-51A, P-51B, P-51C, North American P-51D, XP-51F, XP-51G, P-51H, XP-51J, P-51K, P-51L, P-51M, Mustang Mk I, Mustang Mk III, Mustang Mk IV, and the Mustang Mk IVA.

    To view the various models currently available, please check out our North American aircraft for sale for descriptions and photos or PLACE A LISTING of your aircraft for sale.