In 2007 a P51 D Mustang called Lou IV was damaged in a landing accident a Camarilla, California. Terry and sons, Trevor and Trent, decided to bid on the damaged WWII fighter and to their surprise, were the winning bidder. A quick trip to California with a crew of 8 resulted in the disassembly of the Mustang in one day and loading on 2 semi truck trailers. Two days later the famous Mustang was spread over the floor of the hangar in Davidson. This Mustang is one of the most photographed fighters of WWII because Major Thomas offered to fly for the picture taking press from a base in Italy. We are restoring this warbird to it's once majestic state - http://www.facebook.com/restorelouiv
There's another P-51 finished as Lou IV in the States now, namely NL151MC. She's finished with olive drab upper surfaces which I think is correct rather then blue as on NL51TK. I hope that the restoration is successful, can't have too many P-51's in the world!