P-51B Mustang (oz3567)


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North American P-51 Mustang Fighter. Free flight rubber scale model.

Quote: "Here is a plan of Dave Stott's Airdevil Plan 16in North American P-51B Mustang in Chinese markings. Dave Stott was the co-founder of the Flying Aces Club here in the US. Dave passed away two years ago and in the US Northeast and New England, we hold a Dave Stott Memorial Event where contestants fly one of his designs from his 'Airdevil' line of model plans. As such, I'd like to make his plans available online for anyone who wants to participate or honor Dave's memory by building one of his exquisite designs. His plans were always free and published in newsletters. The P-51B is the first of his designs I am building."


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P-51B Mustang (oz3567) by Dave Stott 2003 - model pic

  • (oz3567)
    P-51B Mustang
    by Dave Stott
    from Airdevil
    April 2003 
    16in span
    Scale Rubber F/F LowWing Military Fighter
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 18/10/2012
    Filesize: 376KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: AndrewRicci
    Downloads: 4637

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User comments

Hi Steve, thanks for your great work! Here is a picture of my P-51B from Dave Stott's wonderful plans [more pics 004]. It was a joy to build and fly!
anndavekenya - 10/04/2015
I built my Mustang a few years ago from plans on Outerzone. This summer my friend Fonzi Meza came along to take pictures and I though I'd send one of them to you [more pics 005]. Thanks for all the great pictures of everybody's models.
DaveBarber - 03/11/2017
Here's another photo of my flying adventures from this past summer [more pics 006].
DaveBarber - 06/11/2017
Just added another lovely photo of the Mustang in flight, from DaveBarber [more pics 007].
Mary - 10/11/2017
1-If possible, try to have the plan printed as one whole sheet. I tried to do this as a 4 section poster and it was difficult to align. 2-The build is straight forward, my only recommendation is leaving all the ribs a bit longer than shown, trimming the trailing edge end as you glue them for a better fit.
John Rowan - 19/02/2022
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