Tamiya P-51K/Mustang IV
Tamiya P-51D turned into a P-51K using the Aeroproducts prop blades for the Eduard P-39Q (4-blad) prop and Red Roo decals with Falcon "Dallas" canopy. 3 Squadron RAAF in Italy, Spring 1945. Most RAF Mustang IVs came from the P-51K production, but some were fitted with Hamilton-Standard P-51D props, so check the photo of the airplane you've chosen to do.
Atsa nice Mustang Tom!
Tom, your builds always look flawless. I hope that some day I can paint a camouflage pattern as well as you can. Fantastic work, as per your usual.
That's only because you're seeing them in photos. 🙂
Someone whose home address is "Le Chateau du Chat" has "flawless" models? HAH! And HAHA! Sometimes though...
Tom, nice to see a -K in Australian markings. Unless you have a hermetically sealed display case, le cirque du chat will leave le fur on your maqettes. Craig can confirm this, as well.
You've lost me in the translation... 🙁
The circus of cats will leave fur on the models. 🙂
Oh...yeah - (and dust from the litter box, too) 🙁
Always good to see a Mustang in different schemes from the usual ones. Nice model!
Nice job, TC...I like it.
Good to see more Aussie Mustangs!
I love Mustangs with RAF cammo! Nice build Tom.