How much does a p51 Mustang car cost?

The P-51 costs $42,500—on top of the cost of the Mustang GT itself. Roush is only building 51 examples, but for buyers who are missing out, there’s a Shelby GT500 on the way.

Was the Mustang named after the P-51?

The name “Mustang” was possibly coined by President Harris, Mustang’s executive stylist. The car was named after the P-51 Mustang, a fighter plane used during World War II.

Who owns Old Crow P-51?

Jack’s passion for these the warbirds moved him to bring the “Old Crow” back out of the pages of history and into the skies again. Jack sold this P-51 “Old Crow” to Jim Hagedorn of Columbus Ohio. He now owns a P-51D “Gentleman Jim” and a new P-51 “Old Crow.” Below are some images of the original refurbishing project.

What engine did the p51 have?

The definitive version, the P-51D, was powered by the Packard V-1650-7, a license-built version of the two-speed, two-stage-supercharged Merlin 66, and was armed with six .50 caliber (12.7 mm) AN/M2 Browning machine guns.

How much horsepower does a p51 have?


AIRCRAFT: TF-51 Mustang
MANUFACTURER: North American Aviation
ENGINE: Rolls Royce Packard built V-1650-7 Merlin 12 cylinder liquid cooled power plant.

What was the 1965 Mustang named after?

According to designer John Najjar, he suggested the name Mustang after the World War II P-51 Mustang fighter plane. That was rejected because it was too “airplaney,” so he pitched the name again as a type of horse, and everyone loved it.

Did Ford make the P51?

The vast majority of automotive historians accept that the Mustang was named after the P-51 fighter from WWII. ​Ford designer John Najjar was involved in the design of the Mustang prototype and was also a big fan of the P-51.

Who flew Old Crow?

Clarence Emil Anderson
Bud Anderson

Clarence Emil Anderson
Clarence Emil “Bud” Anderson sitting on the wing of his P-51D Mustang “Old Crow”
Nickname(s) Bud
Born January 13, 1922 Oakland, California
Allegiance United States