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1958  North American/Aero Classics  P-51D 
S/N 45-11381N    N51CY

Report Created: 10/02/2008
Report Updated: 10/02/2008


REPORT SUMMARY
 Accident / Incident Search: A total of 2 Accident(s) and 0 Incident(s) in public records for this aircraft
 337 Reports: A total of 2 337 reported on PF Reports for this aircraft for repairs
 AD's: A total of 0 Airframe AD's reported on PF Reports for this aircraft for repairs
 Service Difficulty Report0 SDRs reported on PF Reports for this aircraft
 N# History Data4 known registration number(s) have been registered to this aircraft
 Current Owner: Jack Roush
 FAA Documents: Entire FAA Aircraft Document
 Comments: See below
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ACCIDENT SEARCH
NTSB Identification: ATL01LA103.
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14 CFR Part 91: General Aviation
Accident occurred Thursday, September 06, 2001 in Lincolnton, NC
Probable Cause Approval Date: 8/28/2002
Aircraft: North American P51-D, registration: N551CB
Injuries: 1 Serious, 1 Minor.

While cruising at 8,000 feet, the pilot noticed coolant on the windshield. While descending through the clouds toward the nearest airport, the airplanes cockpit filled with smoke and condensation. The airplane broke out of the clouds at approximately 1,200 feet, and the pilot headed it toward an unpopulated wooded area. The airplanes engine seized as the pilot and passenger prepared to bail out, and they were thrown clear. Both the pilot and passenger pulled their parachute ripcords and fell into trees. Examination of the wreckage revealed the cowl flap was crushed in the open position. A small amount of fluid was found in the radiator. The water pump and accessory assembly were destroyed.

The National Transportation Safety Board determines the probable cause(s) of this accident as follows:

A cooling system failure, that resulted in a total loss of coolant and the subsequent loss of engine power. A factor was the lack of suitable terrain for an emergency landing.

Full narrative available
NTSB Identification: DEN81FTC16
14 CFR Part 91 General Aviation
Event occurred Saturday, June 06, 1981 in CASPER, WY
Aircraft: N AMERICAN P-51D, registration: N5471V

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 FILE    DATE          LOCATION          AIRCRAFT DATA       INJURIES       FLIGHT                        PILOT DATA
                                                               F  S M/N     PURPOSE
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3-3341   81/6/6    CASPER,WY           N AMERICAN P-51D    CR-  0  0  1  NONCOMMERCIAL             PRIVATE, AGE 46, 2096
        TIME - 1115                    N5471V              PX-  0  0  1  PLEASURE/PERSONAL TRANSP  TOTAL HOURS, 15 IN TYPE,
                                       DAMAGE-SUBSTANTIAL  OT-  0  0  0                            NOT INSTRUMENT RATED.
        NAME OF AIRPORT - NATRONA COUNTY
        DEPARTURE POINT             INTENDED DESTINATION
          CASPER,WY                   LOCAL
        TYPE OF ACCIDENT                                         PHASE OF OPERATION
           ENGINE FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION                            LANDING: FINAL APPROACH
           COLLIDED WITH: OBJECT                                    LANDING: LEVEL OFF/TOUCHDOWN
        PROBABLE CAUSE(S)
           POWERPLANT - MISCELLANEOUS: POWERPLANT FAILURE FOR UNDETERMINED REASONS
        FACTOR(S)
           AIRPORTS/AIRWAYS/FACILITIES - AIRPORT CONDITIONS: OTHER
        COMPLETE POWER LOSS - COMPLETE ENGINE FAILURE/FLAMEOUT-1 ENGINE
        EMERGENCY CIRCUMSTANCES - FORCED LANDING ON AIRPORT/SEAPLANE BASE/HELIPT.
        REMARKS- STRUCK CONCRETE SLABS AFTER LNDG SHORT OF RWY.

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INCIDENT SEARCH
FAA records show no incidents for this aircraft

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337 REPORTS SHOWING REPAIRS
There are (2) 337 forms on file for major repairs to this aircraft

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AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVES (AD's)
No Airframe ADís reported on PF Reports for this aircraft

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SERVICE DIFFICULTY REPORT
FAA records shows No SD Report

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N# HISTORY DATA
N51CY
N551CB
N151MR
N5471V

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AIRCRAFT OWNERSHIP HISTORY
Current Owner:
Registered Owner

Name   ROUSH JACK
Street12445 LEVAN RD
CityLIVONIA StateMICHIGAN  Zip Code    48150-1405
CountyWAYNE
CountryUNITED STATES

Previous Owners:
Carrier Aviation, Inc.
Advance, NC
Bowlin Enterprises, Inc.
Griffin, GA
Herbert E. Rupp dba Rupp Aviation
Port Salerno, FL
McClain Flight Services, Ltd.
Canada

Don Davis
Casper, WY

Brownings, Inc.
Roberts, ID
Mustang, Ltd.
Waukesha, WI
W. S. Cooper
Merced, CA
Dr. Vernon E. Sammon
Dan Futrell
Nashville, AR
Jack Adams Aircraft Sales, Inc.
Walls, MS
Vulcan Engineering Co.
Little Rock, AR
Trans-Florida, Inc.
Sarasota, FL
Otarion Listener of San Jose
San Jose, CA
American Aircraft Sales Co.
Hayward, CA
United States Air Force
McClellan Air Force Base

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AIRCRAFT IMPORT/EXPORT HISTORY
FAA records show the aircraft was foreign registered
FAA records show the aircraft was Imported from Canada on April 16, 1995.
FAA records show the aircraft was Exported to Canada on August 9, 1983.

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Comments

The Service Difficulty Report is currently unavailable.

This aircraft was registered as C-GRLR in Canada.


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