The Mustang was one of the best and most effective combat aircraft of World War 2. It proved to be a powerful and most versatile weapon. The Mustang Mk.III (derived from the P-51B/C) serving with the RAF entered service in February 1944, its most distinctive feature being the Malcolm Hood giving better visibility. It was used as an escort fighter for bomb formations, a fighter-bomber and for reconnaissance missions in Europe until the end of the war. The P-51C reached a top speed of 711 km/h.
- Structured surfaces with recessed Panel Joints- Detailed Cockpit with Instrument Panel- Detailed Side-walls and Seat- Detailed Undercarriage- Tyres with distinctive profiles- optionally worn- Rotating Propeller- Pilot Figure Included- Two Auxiliary Fuel Tanks- Two Bombs