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  • Last of the Wild Horses Book.

    Mark Phillips and his father have been working on putting this book together for quite a few years. Its finally done. It is the most complete history of every P51 that has ever worn a civilian registry. The book is 599 pages with nearly 1000 color images that have never been published before. Retail on this is $99.99 but he is offering it to us for the pre-order price of $79.99.

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    If you are interested in a copy, please shoot Mark an email at Markphillips9.mp@gmail.com.


    I did just add Mark as a member to the forum, so hopefully he will chime in.


    Will
    Last edited by RAD2LTR; 01-23-2024, 08:41 PM.

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    My dad had the idea of writing this book since 1967. With the help of his friend j. doesn't we got it done

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    • #3
      Mark,
      Thanks for joining. Wow, the project has been going a long time. The cool thing is, there are likely more Mustangs flying now then there were in 1967. Its very cool to see such a long term project come to fruition. Thanks for doing this.

      Will

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      • #4
        I would bet there were more mustangs in late 60's but id have to do the research to see what the numbers are

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Markphillips9 View Post
          I would bet there were more mustangs in late 60's but id have to do the research to see what the numbers are
          Once I get a bit more on schedule, put me down for one! Looks like some fine work you guys have done there!
          Wayne Sagar
          "Pusher of Electrons"

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          • #6
            I'm sorry I just saw this, I am very interested. Put me down for a copy.


            Thank you
            John
            John Slack

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            • #7
              I'm not sure if Mark Phillips is looking in over here. Might be worth shooting him an email directly.

              Will

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