Bravo Delta Models (077A) - North American P51 Mustang - Big Beautiful Doll - Scale Model Aircraft, complete with display stand. Scale 1:25, length 16"/406mm, span 18"/483mm.
Built to an RAF Ministry of Aircraft Production requirements specification in March 1940, the P51 Mustang prototype was rolled out just 117 later, and first flew in October 1940.
In general, the prototype handled well and the internal arrangement allowed for an impressive fuel load. It was armed with four .30 calibre Browning (7.62 mm) and two .50 M2 Browning (12.7 mm) machine guns in the wings and two .50 M2s in the chin. The Mustang became known as the 'Cadillac of the skies' by US Airmen.