This item sold on August 26, 2012.
Vintage World War II American fighter plane model that was used in flight school to help prevent fledgling American fighter pilots from shooting down friendly aircraft. This plane is rendered in hard black rubberized plastic and resembles an American fighter plane in flight. Holes in the top and bottom of the plane strongly indicate at they were to be suspended from a mobile. The aircraft was copyrighted in April 1945.
The raised letters on the bottom read: U.S.A. P-51-D.
There are 4 very little areas of this plane where the smooth black surface is bubbled. Two near the cockpit, one on the tip of one wing, and the other on the bottom. I see no cracks, warpage, or chips.