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44-72907 N334FS "Red Dog XII"
Duane Doyle, Livermore, CA
P-51 Survivor 44-72907 N334FS
Status: Flying
NAA Type: P-51D-25NA
Serial #: 44-72907
Registry: N334FS
.. past:   N41748
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History: 44-72907 N334FS "Red Dog XII"

1958: Guatemalan AF FAG 357
1972: N41748, Don Hull, Sugarland TX
1978: N41748, Connie Edwards, Big Spring TX
1999: N41748, Duane Doyle, Livermore CA
2000: Complete restoration by Dan Martin in Hollister, CA
2001: September, nearing completion, should fly by Dec. 2001
2001: Dec 04, waiting for panel/radio work to be completed, otherwise ready to fly
2002: Jan 31, 1st flight by Dan Martin
2002: March, N334FS, Duane Doyle, Livermore CA
2002: May, aircraft in the paint shop, should be complete in June.
2002: Jun 20, "Red Dog XII" is on the loose at an airshow near you.
2002: Jun 21, Duane Doyle flies "Red Dog XII" for the first time.

This P-51 is beautifully done and everyone who has seen it can attest to that. Dan Martin and crew can be proud of their excellent work on this P-51.

2007: Sept - GML - I have to thank Duane Doyle for his hospitality! I bummed a ride in the King Air for a few legs and then jumped ship for a P-51 seat. Doyle is a classy guy and his P-51 is beautiful!

Interesting note: Mike Barrow, aka Sparrow, the merlin engine builder, is related to WWII pilot Louis H. Norley.
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  Curtis Fowles   MustangsMustangs  
  Vivian Watts    
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