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Miss Foxy Lady


In 1974 Ken Burnstine brought his P-51D Mustang based racer to Reno for the Unlimited Championship Air Races. It had just undergone a 10 month modification program at Leroy Penhall's Fighter Imports at Chino California. The modifications included an engine built by Jack Hovey, clipped wings and horizontal tail, pointed spinner,  and a new streamlined canopy. The aero modifications were designed by Aeronautical engineer and aviation photographer Jim Larsen. The racer arrived all black with no markings, and all the lettering and artwork was applied in the pits. During Qualifications the engine " sneezed" and blew the ducting off of the lower engine compartment, ending its chances for 1974. The airplane would pass on to John Crocker after Ken's death in another Mustang. Crocker would go on to win Gold with it in 1979 as Sumpthin Else.    


Original painting in the collection of Jim Larsen. Acrylic on Canvas 20"x16."


Signed Open edition giclee Prints are available for $110 plus $10 shipping.


Image size 20"x16" on 22"x18"  paper.

Miss Foxy Lady

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