The "Detroit Miss" P-51D Mustang belonged to World War II fighter ace Urban "Ben" Drew of - you guessed it - Detroit, Michigan. Drew is famous for shooting down two ME 262 jets in his Mustang on Oct. 7 1944. Unfortunately, Drew's gun camera quit working and his wingman was shot down. So, he had no evidence or witnesses to confirm his claim. Years later, though, Luftwaffe records were discovered that verified Drew's story, and in 1983 the government awarded him the Air Force Cross.
This exquisite North American P-51D Mustang Detroit Miss Mahogany Model is handcrafted by our master craftsmen from the finest Mahogany Wood. Attention is given to every detail, resulting in unsurpassed quality. Models come complete with a detachable wood display stand. The model will be delivered to your door securely in a foam fitted shipping box. These models make a great gift for any aviation enthusiast, veteran or history buff alike.
- Limited Edition: 100 Pieces in Collection
- Material: Mahogany Wood
- 18 Inch Wingspan
- 17.75 Inch Length
Produced under license from Boeing. North American and P-51 Mustang are trademarks of The Boeing Company.