North American P-51D Mustang NACA127 – NL51YZ

naca1naca2naca3 Serial Number      44-84900      Type Registration      Individual Manufacturer Name     NORTH AMERICAN     Certificate Issue Date     11/27/1995 Model     P-51D     Status     Valid Type Aircraft     Fixed Wing Single-Engine     Type Engine     Reciprocating Pending Number Change     None     Dealer     No Date Change Authorized     None     Mode S Code     51460524 MFR Year     1945     Fractional Owner     NO Registered Owner Name     ALLMON W C JR Street     3225A S RAINBOW BLVD STE 102 City     LAS VEGAS     State     NEVADA County     CLARK     Zip Code     89146-6229 Country     UNITED STATES Airworthiness Engine Manufacturer     PKRD-ROLL     Classification     Experimental Engine Model     V1650 SERIES     Category     Exhibition Racing A/W Date     07/07/1998 1945: NACA 127 195?: Pittsburgh ANGB, PA, displayed on pole as 484900 PA ANG 198?: Pittsburgh ANGB, PA, moved to different site on field 19??: repainted, coded AJ S 1994: Removed from pole (by David Follett) moved to Beaver County Airport 1995: N51YZ (Bill Allmon) restoration at Pacific Fighters, Idaho Falls, ID. 1998: Oshkosh Post WWII Warbird Champion (this is an immaculate restoration)
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