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Revell P-51"Flying Dutchman" 1/32 by Javlin

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your welcome...though I do have to apologize for going off topic.  this is one of Revell's more popular kits....the 'miss Marilyn' is another.......actually a spin off of this kit.  model companies have a habit of this practice...this one was easy,  merely needing to change the decal sheet ;)   I've been delving into the subject of 'nose art'  for a while now......some of the reasons for naming their aircraft are rather interesting,  and I can agree that Lou gave a pretty good synopsis on Gorbel's mindset when he named his plane.   the P 51 was a deadly adversary in the air,  used widely in air acrobatics,  it was a very nimble plane......he likely viewed her as his harbinger of death,  with the record that he held at the time.

 

I also apologize to you as well Kevin.......after looking at pictures of the plane,  the anti glare does come to a point at the nose......you are correct sir ;) :imNotWorthy:

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