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According to a terminal inside the Museum of Technology the Mustang is a P-51. To reach the terminal from the entrance of the Museum head straight, take a left up the stairs, and investigate the computer under the plastic dome. To reach the entry select: Exhibit Guide -> Flight Exhibits. The entry reads:
Take to the skies and soar above the clouds as you view our aircraft exhibits throughout the Museum of Technology. The original Wright Brothers Flyer, the vintage WWII P-51 Mustang and several other aircraft can be found hanging about the museum. Also, be sure an visit our Flight Experience Gallery where you can take a simulated airline flight on board a full-sized jetliner or step into the hair-raising, white-knuckle world of air traffic control in our Tower of Terror exhibit. Sponsored by Lockreed Industries. 04:30, August 3, 2011 (UTC)
- Found the Mustang hanging over the Virgo II Lander, however there is no accompanying placard around and no text shows up when getting close enough to investigate by heading up the stairs and around the balcony. 04:51, August 3, 2011 (UTC)
OH OH! I think I can start one! Late variant of it. --126.96.36.199 22:22, August 11, 2011 (UTC)
There was ever a debate regarding what it was? It was pretty damn obvious to me. It's not like the P51 is a common shape many aircraft in it's class shared or anything, it's very distinctive and easy to recognize, even as low resolution as it is anyone with even a passing interest in WW2 fighters would recognize it the moment they saw it. TestECull
- The actual debate was nothing to do with the real world airplane, the debate was about whether it shared the same name in the Fallout world due to divergence. You might want to read up on divergence before you start to criticise such debates. 20:47, 29 February 2012 (UTC)