Sweet Arlene, MENG’s First Assembled Model
The P-51 Mustang fighter developed by North American Aviation was the best single-engine fighter in term of general performance during World War II. It had top aerodynamic design and power in WWII. The P-51D was the most important Mustang variant. It had improved fuel capacity and could provide the pilot with better visibility. It’s the most produced Mustang.
The P-51D 44-63223 “Sweet Arlene” was flown by Lt. Arthur Reed Bowers of the 334th FS, 4th FG, a USAAF ace. Bowers joined the war at the end of 1944 and he was credited with six enemy aircraft destroyed.
The AMS-001 American P-51D Mustang Fighter Sweet Arlene is MENG’s first assembled model product in 1/48 scale. This model aircraft is 205mm long and 236mm wide. It has two 75gal drop tanks. This assembled model features the same fine details as we can find on plastic model kits. This product also has an adjustable stand. This is a limited edition and a total of 500 models will be released.