Dozens flocked to a special party Saturday night over at the Bowling Green Warren County Regional Airport.
It was the Aviation Heritage Park's Annual Hangar Party.
This year's main attraction was a P51C.
The colors on the rare Red Tail Mustang honors the Tuskegee Airmen.
They were the first African Americans to ever fly in the United States military.
One of the men at the event was an original Tuskegee Airmen, who served during World War II.
"If I had to do it all again, I would do it, I learned so much, Uncle Sam educated and taught me how to work on airplanes and helped me to mature into a man," says Frank Weaver, who is 85-years-old and an original Tuskegee Airmen.
"it's a very good lesson for youngsters of today that they shouldn't let anyone tell them that they can't do something or can't be something because here is a perfect example of a group of men who were able to do that," says Arnie Franklin, the President of the Aviation Heritage Park.
The event also featured a wide selection of other air-crafts and exhibits.
It concluded with music by the Skip Bond and the Fugitives and a barbecue dinner.