1,490 Horse Power, Max Speeds of 437MPH, in 1944
America's fighter the P-51 Mustang was introduced late-war into the Pacific and European theatres of WW2.
Immediatly outclassing the competition when unveiled, and immediately started turning Kraut airplanes into ground crashes, and Japanese ones into terrible submarines. However what isn't widely known is that it was initially a British design, where the engine was produced by Bently Motors. When serviced in The United States, it would be done and produced by the North American Aviation Company.
5954 Confirmed Kills across its short service life, in air-to-air as well as air-to-surface attacks. The P-51 has a distinguished service life, and now you can find these majestic flying stallions on Facebook Marketplace. For the low-low cost of an arm, leg, and kidney and maybe your soul too.
Product of the Anglosphere, perfected by the Americans. Hooah!