As the North American Mustang was developed as a direct result of a British Air Ministry requirement, it is somehow fitting that the RAF and Commonwealth air forces used the aircraft extensively during WWII. The British designation for the later P-51D version was Mustang IV, with the Dallas built P-51K, which used a different Aero products propeller, referred to as the Mustang IVa.
Kit has engraved panel lines, detailed cockpit and fuselage interior, seated pilot figure, single piece propeller with separate spinner, optional canopy, browning machine guns, separate (trailing edge flaps, stabilizers and elevators), detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage, bombs and drop tanks.
Decals and color markings for (2) aircraft: KM272 ‘Dooleybird’ Lieutenant Arthur 'Joe Doley', No.19 Squadron, Royal Air Force Acklington, Northumberland, England, late-1945 and KH676, No.3 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, Lavariano, Italy. July 1945 - includes stencil data, instrument panel, fuselage interior, propeller and armament markings.