British Mustang X fighter AM203 at rest, 1942

Caption   British Mustang X fighter AM203 at rest, 1942 ww2dbase
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Added Date 16 Apr 2008

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1. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
20 May 2009 06:25:25 PM

The Mustang Mk. X was powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin 61 engine, driving a 4 blade Rotol propeller.
2. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
20 May 2009 07:32:46 PM

The Mustang Mk X was powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin 61 engine driving a 11 foot 4 inch wooden propeller the aircraft reached a speed of 431mph at 21,000 feet.
3. Gustavo Andrade says:
8 Feb 2011 11:59:18 AM

Sorry my english is very bad. Iam an argentinian modeler and your photo are invaluable for me.In this moment Iam making this rare model in 1/72 scale. From Argentina THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
4. Alan says:
9 Jul 2011 01:05:25 AM

AM 203 was one of four Mustang Is delivered to Rolls-Royce at Hucknall. Known as Mustang Xs these aircraft were fitted with the Merlin 61 or 65 and four bladed airscrew to absorb the extra power, and featured small chin-type radiators of varying shape while retaining the ventral radiators as originally fitted. The Merlin installations were completed and the Mustang Xs successfully flown wityh in six weeks of the programme being initiated.

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