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2004 T-51 Mustang – N151TA// Beautiful! //

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Titan Aircraft





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Location: Rome, Georgia
Description: Hear the whistle as you dive in this modern 3/4 scale of the classic P51. Built by John Williams of Titan and impeccably maintained since its manufacture in 2004. This exclusive T51 was used as a factory demo, flown as Oh My. Recently repainted as Lou IV. An affordable way to fly with classic style.
Airframe Details
  • 11/1/22 annual on airframe
  • 640 hours TT
Engine Details
  • 245 Hp
  • Honda V6 J35-A6
  • 307 hours SNEW
Propeller Details
  • 4 Prop
  • Whirlwind Standard
  • 307 TT
Avionics Details
  • Sigtronics SPS 400 intercom
  • Bendix King KY 97A TSO radio
  • ADSB
  • ELT
  • 3 12 volt plugins
  • No autopilot
Additional Features
  • Removable rear stick and rudder pedals
  • Strobe and landing lights
Painted as Lou IV the most photographed P51 of WWII, flown by fighter ace Col. Thomas J.J. Christian of the 375th F.S
Tandem dual controls with the look of a real P51D
Auction Details
Contact Phone: 254-735-5030
Registration Number: N151TA
Make: Titan Aircraft
Model: T-51
Required Deposit: $5,000
Buyers Premium: 6%
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Hold on tight, fellow aviators, as we embark on a thrilling adventure in the T-51 Mustang single-engine airplane. This modern marvel takes the classic P51 to new heights, combining power, style, and a nod to the golden era of aviation. Get ready for an adrenaline-pumping ride as we explore the features of this beauty.

First, let’s talk about the heart that beats within this flying machine—the piston engine. The T-51 Mustang is equipped with a robust 245 horsepower Honda V6 J35-A6 engine. This powerplant delivers the oomph you need to slice through the sky with ease. Its roar will leave you breathless, and its reliability ensures a smooth and enjoyable flight every time.

N151TA Titan T-51 Mustang

But what’s the deal with replicas of World War II aircraft like the T-51 Mustang? Well, my friends, it’s all about paying homage to the legendary planes that once ruled the skies during the most significant conflict in history. These replicas capture the essence of those warbirds, allowing modern-day pilots to experience the thrill and nostalgia of flying a piece of history.

Now, let’s dive into the details of this remarkable aircraft. The T-51 Mustang boasts an impressive range of 720 miles, giving you the freedom to explore vast distances without the need for frequent refueling stops. Talk about embracing the spirit of adventure!

N151TA Titan T-51 Mustang

And when it’s time to push the limits, this beauty can hit a mind-blowing VNE (Velocity Never Exceed) of 215 miles per hour. It’s like strapping a rocket to your back and blasting through the air with lightning speed. But remember, my daring friends, safety always comes first.

Climbing to the heavens is a breeze in the T-51 Mustang, thanks to its remarkable climb rate of 2,500 feet per minute. Ascending to lofty altitudes becomes a swift and exhilarating experience, as if you’re riding a glorious roller coaster among the clouds.

Once you’ve conquered the skies, it’s time to settle into a comfortable cruise at 180 miles per hour. Feel the wind in your hair and savor the breathtaking views below. You’re not just flying; you’re soaring with style.

N151TA Titan T-51 Mustang

Now, let’s talk stall speed. The T-51 Mustang boasts a mere 50 miles per hour, allowing you to gracefully dance through the air at low speeds. It’s a testament to the engineering marvel of this aircraft, providing you with a thrilling yet controlled flight experience.

What about its aerobatic prowess, you ask? Well, buckle up, because the T-51 Mustang is designed to take you on an adrenaline-fueled joyride through the skies. Barrel rolls, loops, and spins are all within your reach, allowing you to unleash your inner stunt pilot and leave onlookers in awe.

Step inside the cockpit, and you’ll find a world of excitement awaiting you. The T-51 Mustang features dual controls and tandem seating, ensuring you and your co-pilot can share the thrills together. The removable rear stick and rudder pedals add an authentic touch, making you feel like a true World War II ace.

N151TA Titan T-51 Mustang

Now, let’s take a moment to appreciate the exquisite exterior of this aircraft. Painted as Lou IV, the most photographed P51 of WWII, flown by the legendary Col. Thomas J.J. Christian of the 375th Fighter Squadron, this T-51 Mustang exudes history and captures the essence of that bygone era. Prepare for the spotlight as photographers clamor to capture your airborne masterpiece.

Inside the cockpit, the tandem dual controls continue the nostalgic journey, enveloping you in the aura of a real P51D. Every control input and every turn of the yoke will transport you back in time, allowing you to experience the thrill and grace

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