Consolidated Aircraft Corporation workers, Fort Worth, Texas, United States, Oct 1942; note P-51B or P-51C Mustang fighter at right

Caption     Consolidated Aircraft Corporation workers, Fort Worth, Texas, United States, Oct 1942; note P-51B or P-51C Mustang fighter at right ww2dbase
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1. Anonymous says:
20 Sep 2015 03:03:21 PM

It's an A model P51. Note the carberator air intake and 3 blade prop.

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