A meticulously crafted desktop model, this P-51D Mustang replica is generously detailed following the “Old Crow” aircraft design. The moniker “Old Crow” was a name that earned plenty of recognition during the war. Flown by triple ace pilot Clarence “Bud” Anderson, the Old Crow got its moniker from Anderson’s favorite whiskey of the same name. Anderson was the third leading ace pilot of the 363rd Fighter Squadron with 16¼ victories. He served the military for 30 years and was a good friend of another ace pilot, Chuck Yeager. Anderson had flown the Mustang Old Crow through 116 missions without getting hit.