Ep 351: The Mustang

Ep 351: The Mustang

Few planes were more influential during the Second World War than the Mustang.

Al and James visit Sywell aerodrome in Northamptonshire to enjoy the rare opportunity of taking a trip up in this iconic aircraft.

Pilot and restoration expert Richard Grace brings the boys up to speed on the Mustang.

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