This particular aircraft is a "D" model, serial number 44-73264, which was the most produced P-51 model during the War with over 8,000 built.
All armor plate and armament have been removed from Gunfighter and the average gross weight is approximately 7,500 lbs. The current maximum fuel capacity is 184 gallons. The engine is a twelve cylinder in a 'V' configuration, rated at 1,490 HP and has a displacement of 1650 cubic inches. It is equipped with a supercharger which allows for a service ceiling of 41,000 feet.Its home base is Omaha Nebraska with the CAF Great Lakes Wing. Seen here at the 2010 Airsho.