1/33 North American P-51D Mustang Air Race #33 Miss Suzi-Q Paper Model

1/33 North American P-51D Mustang Air Race #33 Miss Suzi-Q Paper Model

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1/33 North American P-51D Mustang Air Race #33 Miss Suzi-Q Paper Model

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1/33 North American P-51D Mustang Air Race #33 Miss Suzi-Q Paper Model

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P51 Mustangs have been a favorite for Air Racing enthusiasts and Aviation Record Setters. Air Racing Mustangs compete in various racing categories as "stock" aircraft or extensively modified for extreme speed and manoeuverability.
Miss Suzi-Q (Race #33) ...(originally exUSAF #44-74756)... competed as a "Modified Racer" in the 1970s.
Decorated with a colorful paint scheme that paid tribute to many WW2 Fighter aircraft, the plane (and pilot Ken Burnstine) was lost in an air racing accident in 1976.

The North American P-51D Mustang may be one of the most recognized and successful Fighter aircraft of all time of all time.
Serving throught WW2 in the European and Pacific theaters, it is still flown today in various evolved configurations.

Powered by an American Packard-built Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, the P-51 proved to be outstandingly fast and maneuverable,
with long range extended by the use of drop tanks. The aircraft also excelled as a fighter-bomber, escorting B-17s and B-24s on raids deep into enemy territory.


Paper Model Details: over 200 parts including detailed construction diagrams and Fuselage and Wing formers.
Fully recessed and detailed Wheel Wells.
Fully detailed Landing Gear.
Complete detailed Cockpit.
Optional Clear or Printed canopies.
Display Stand.
Detailed graphic textures, with realistic weathering and surface features.

Degree of Difficulty: 3/5.


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Manufacturer Dave Winfield
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