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Living history- WWII Ace Clarence Emil "Bud" Anderson with Old Crow during EAA AirVenture 2019.

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a mentor
Old Crow: P-51D-10-NA Mustang, AAF Ser. No. 414450 B6-S flown by Bud Anderson
Heatseekerws6Photo Uploader
I have a few more pictures of Bud and Jack Roush with that aircraft.
Francisco Lugo
Hi, I understand that this old crow is the Mustang P-51B version.
a mentor
Good catch @Francisco; while it's logged as P-51D,
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bud_Anderson)
clearly it's a B or C model of the mustang.

Apparently his first was the B model
https://www.roushaviation.com/wp-content/uploads/photo-gallery/P51B-Mustang-Old-Crow-Original-1.jpg

The Original P-51B Old Crow

Here’s photos of the original P-51B Old Crow that pilot Capt. Clarence E. ‘Bud’ Anderson’s flew the summer of 1944 with the 357th Fighter Group. An image of the decal modeling profile is also shown. Jack’s plane was painted without the D-Day Invasion Stripes.

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