The North American P-51 Mustang
P-51 Who?   Case # 369
44-74832     N6310T     Closed
Solved by: Pete Lassen, Allen Steffey
P-51 Who 369
Case#: 369
Date: May 30 2010
By: Gary Chambers
Photo: unknown photo info
Status: Closed
Serial: 44-74832
Registry: N6310T
P-51 Who? Viewer Responses
Pete Lassen
06/14/2010 07:21
Looks to be Boomer currently owned by Tim McPherson registered N 94384 with a different paint scheme.
Douglas Chambers
06/15/2010 13:25
Hi found this on warbird registry
Serial #: 44-74506 Construction # 122-41046 Civil Registration: CF-MWM N6325T N6317T N335J N151FT
Model: P-51D
Name: Lady B
Status: Airworthy
Last info: 2007
allen steffey
09/13/2010 17:51
Nope. It was N6310T then owned by Ward Wilkins. x Boomer. It was the REAL 474832 that burned in the hangar fire in ID. Ward picked me up in this mustang when I was in college and we went to the Tullahoma Fly-in back in the day. He named it "One Mans Pleasure". Still the lowest,fastest,and loudest cross country flight I ever had!I was a crew member for the T28A in the background.N28100 owned by my best friends Father, Dr. Dick Dieter.
Jay Arment
07/27/2015 16:39
I recall seeing the P-51D perform at an airshow in Athol, Idaho int the late 1970's. ("One Man's Pleasure" had a fire engine-red paint scheme with yellow accents.) The next day, she was a total loss because she was stored in a hanger that burned to the ground. The only thing left was engine parts, a bit of airframe, and partial skeletons of her aluminum wheels. WHAT A LOSS!
Jay Arment
04/07/2017 20:47
Update and correction of my 7/27/2015 response.
The P-51 was owned by Gary Norton, and flown out of the private "Henley Aerodrome" in Athol Idaho. The date of the total hanger and contents fire was July 28th, 1981. Unfortunately,"One Man's Pleasure" was a total loss.
Case Closed!
P-51 Mustang

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