Spitfire Mark IXe and P-51 Mustang at Seattle Sea Fair 2011.
Supermarine Spitfire Mark IXe, SL633 is the original RAF registration number. The elliptical design and power-to-weight ratio made it a pilot’s dream to fly, a lethal fighter, and a delight to watch. It could take off and land on an airstrip or a patch of cornfield. It flew in turn for dogfights, escort missions, aerial performances, front-line defense, and combat.
P-51B "Impatient Virgin" flew more than 700 hours for the 376th North American Fighter Squadron in England. That’s a more than exceptional record—in most cases, the P-51B flew only about 25 hours before sustaining irreparable damage.
Both aircraft belongs to the Historic Flight at Kilo-7: http://historicflight.org/
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