Razorback P-51C start-up at Warhawk Air Museum

The Warhawk Air Museum in Nampa, Idaho operates a scarce razorback P-51C Mustang. The sights and sounds of this magnificent Mustang are captured in this brief video from Airailimages. The great historian, museum director, writer, photographer, Bell-P-39 aficionado Fred Johnsen captured these on his Go Pro camera. The airplane is significant for it is one of the few flying razorback P-51Cs. (The P-51C was identical to the P-51B, except for being built in Dallas.) This beautiful example probably looks better than any Mustang that rolled out any factory door, and it is a thrill to see it flying!

2 responses to “Razorback P-51C start-up at Warhawk Air Museum

  1. Very cool

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