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June 28, 2009
P-51C Close to Flight
The Paul family in Idaho is getting close to flight with the restoration of their Razorback P-51C. Pictures were posted on the WIX forum of the ship. This ship has caused some confusion over the years as being noted as a North American A-36. From what I understand the Paul family sold off their stash of parts to an A-36 and built up this C model Mustang from other parts and new build pieces. Hope to post the news of the first flight soon!
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