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45-11439 N51HY "Quicksilver"
45-11439     N51HY
Rancho Linda Vista LLC
Lewisburg WV
P-51 Survivor 45-11439 N51HY
Flying
NAA Type:

Serial #:

Registry:
.. past:
P-51D-30NT

45-11439

N51HY
  N5071K

History / Previous Identities:


1963: N5071K, Norton Smith, Seattle WA
rep. crashed/destroyed
1993: sale, Bill Yoak, Lewisburg WV, restoration project
1998: July 14, reg, N51HY, Barbara Hunter, Lewisburg WV
2007: Excellent restoration. Worked on steadily for the past 14 years! Very nice craftsmanship throughout. A major supporter and contributor to the restoration is Paul Hunter.
2007: July, EAA Airventure Oshkosh - Bill Yoak and son/pilot Scott Yoak were gracious and helpful to all visitors. They had a sign that said "Please Touch" instead of do not touch. They filled just about everyone's request to see inside the cockpit and even sit inside if they wanted to. Fans from 4 years old, to 80 years old got a thrill they will not forget. The P-51 was painted with a thoughtful design to respect the sacrifices of all those veterans that gave (give) us the opportunity to enjoy such pleasures.
2007: September, present at the Gathering of Mustangs and Legends
2013: March, Bill Yoak passed away - he will be missed - condolences to his Family and friends
2013: Scott (Scooter) continues to display Quicksilver on the airshow circuit

30 Images of   45-11439   N51HY   "Quicksilver" on file
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  Curtis Fowles   MustangsMustangs  
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  Mark Carlisle   Mark Carlisle - Airliners.net  
  United States Air Force    

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