A radical departure from the conventional single fuselage airplane, the Twin Mustang was not, as is commonly believed, two P-51 Mustangs coupled together. It was largely a new aircraft based on the P-51 design with many aerodynamic changes made to achieve greater range at higher speeds. This unique aircraft could be controlled from either cockpit. The pilot had a full array of instruments… the co-pilot had relief and emergency instruments. Movable propellers, two figures with opening canopies and open or closed gun compartment. Optional rockets, bombs, fuel tanks or radar pod. Authentic optional markings for F-82G, 46-377, 449th All Weather Squadron Ladd Air Force Base, Alaska. Last prop-driven fighter in the USAF or F-82F, 46-414, 52nd All Weather Group, Mitchell Air Force Base. Molded in light gray and clear.