This is N514NH, SuSu, a P-51 Mustang, lost March 11, 2009 with my dear friend Nazy Hirani onboard. The N Number 514NH stemmed from Nazy's dream to own a P-51 Mustang by his 50th birthday. It didn't happen until his 51st birthday, so the 51 gave it some special meaning to Nazy. 4 NH, obviously is FOR for Nazy Hirani... SuSu was restored from the ground up by famed astronaut Frank Borman in 1995 and took on her famed scheme which replicates the scheme she would have flown in had she been in service with Indonesia, where she was salvaged from in the late 70's. SuSu was named after Frank's wife Susan. I met Nazy by sticking my hand out and shaking his at a fly-in at Falcon Field. That handshake turned into us spending every Friday morning together cleaning and scrubbing one of his 6 airplanes. It finished with us flying one of those airplanes to breakfast, and talking about life, business, and airplanes. The relationship that I shared with him is something that I treasure to this day. Joy and sorrow are my friends because I knew Nazy Hirani, and I know that there are probably some here who knew him and feel the same way. He was so generous of everything that he had. How many other people can say that the T-6 was the first tailwheel airplane that they flew and landed, the P-51 Mustang the 2nd, and a Staggerwing the 3rd? I have thousands of pictures of our time together. Here's just a few, and I'll add to this, as I find time to upload them, and I'll post some from his memorial service, as well. SuSu even had her own matching Tug.