View Poll Results: P-51 Mustang or Corsair F4U?

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Thread: P-51 Mustang or Corsair F4U

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    Cool P-51 Mustang or Corsair F4U

    For those of you who are into old warbirds like me, which would you prefer to fly?

    A P-51 Mustang
    p-51-mustang-ipad-wallpaper.jpg

    Corsair F4U
    Warbird-Goodyear-FG-1D-Corsair-BuNo-92844-ZK-COR-03.jpg

    Please let us know what your vote would be on our poll

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    Oh I would have to say the Mustang!! Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKRay View Post
    Oh I would have to say the Mustang!! Love it!
    please add your vote to the poll

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    I don't know much about either. The mustangs faster right?
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    P 51 mustang !!!

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    Great thread! This is a tough call, but I've always felt the Mustang was slightly more pleasing to the eye, and maybe a little bit faster than the Corsair. I wouldn't kick either one out of my garage/hanger.

    OK, I just voted.

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    Actually, depending on the model you're talking about, the Corsair has the Mustang in terms of top speed.

    P-51D Mustang
    Maximum Speed: 437 mph

    Corsair F4U-4
    Maximum Speed: 453 mph

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife

    please add your vote to the poll
    Voted! Didn't even see the Poll with my phone. Haha

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    Corsair to fly, but if I was ground crew I would prefer the Mustang. I would imagine that the Merlin engine would be far easier to work on than the Double-Wasp in the F4U.

    Nonetheless,I always have been partial to the P38 Lightning myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKRay View Post
    Voted! Didn't even see the Poll with my phone. Haha
    right on!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Markymark420 View Post
    Corsair to fly, but if I was ground crew I would prefer the Mustang. I would imagine that the Merlin engine would be far easier to work on than the Double-Wasp in the F4U.

    Nonetheless,I always have been partial to the P38 Lightning myself.
    LOL!! now that's a totally different ball of wax

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