P-51B / F6B Mustang Relic Display

Authentic fragment from P-51B Mustang European Theater combat loss combined in a nice ready-to-hand display with original artwork of this specific aircraft by Ron Cole. 
 
This P-51B (s/n 43-12391) was one of the first P-51B aircraft to see combat in Europe.  In 1944 it was converted into a photo-reconnaissance F-6B and assigned to the 10th Photo Group.  On July 30, 1944, this aircraft, piloted by Lt. William Lacey Jr., was hit by anti-aircraft fire and crashed 5 miles S.E. of Tessy-sur-Vire, France.  It was excavated in August 2009.
 
This piece comes in a 11 x 9.5 inch frame as pictured - ready to hang!
 

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