Case #38 shows Paul Morgan's British registered G-SUSY, the same aircraft featured in case #31, but in its new 4th F.G. Markings. That makes it s/n 44-72773 , a P-51D-25-NA, that had served in Nicaragua as GN120. It had previously been registered in the U.S. as N12066.
G-SUSY 44-72773 Ex Nicarauguan GN-120 N12066 in 1966 went overseas in 1987 and has flown in a variety of paint schemes.. I hadn't seen this 4th FG one only the od green one. owned by Paul Morgan i believe...
This plane was once owned by Junior Burchinal and was part of a collection of war birds outside Paris, TX. I understand that it was one of several Mustangs with the nose markings LOU IV a tribute to Col. J J Christiansen who was shot down in France in 1944. I got a ride in it years ago for $50 worth of aviation fuel on my Chevron credit card.