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Tomahawk P40 Flying Tigers

Flying Tigers P40 Tomahawk Wood Model Airplane


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Tomahawk P40 Flying Tigers

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Share your memories of the past with our handcrafted P-40 Tomahawk mahogany display model.

Model Airplane: P40 Tomahawk aircraft
Wingspan: 17"br> Fuselage Length: 16"
Scale: 1/25
Material: mahogany wood
Manufacturer: Curtiss
Branch: United States Army Air Force (USAAF)

Model Airplane Factory offers you this elegant Curtiss P-40 Tomahawk display aircraft wood model made from finest kiln-dried mahogany wood. Multiple coats of clear lacquer is applied in Curtiss P40 Tomahawk airplane display to protect the exquisite artwork and provide an overall glossy finish. The process starts from carving the fuselage and the intakes on the fuselage sides to the Curtiss P-40 Tomahawk cruciform tail design, to the assembly and final polishing of the P-40 Tomahawk Flying Tigers aircraft model. The P40 Tomahawk Flying Tigers model display is meticulously carved and painted to reflect the true detail of the original P40 Tomahawk Flying Tigers. Curtiss P40 Tomahawk display model plane is hand carved from solid mahogany and completely hand painted. Curtiss P40 Tomahawk display model plane is attached to a durable wooden base so you can place it wherever you like it!

Chennault managed to obtain the Curtis P-40 that was in production for the British and Americans. The AVG fighters were taken off a Curtiss assembly line building Tomahawk IIB models for the Royal Air Force in North Africa. However, there is evidence that Curtiss-Wright used older assemblies in the aircraft sold to China, making them essentially the same as the U.S. Army's earlier P-40B model. (The major difference was that the P-40B/Tomahawk IIA had an exterior fuel-tank membrane, while the IIB had an interior membrane, believed by the RAF to be more effective at sealing fuel-tank leaks.) The planes were purchased without "government-furnished equipment" such as reflector gunsights, radios, and wing guns; the lack of these items caused continual difficulties for the AVG in Burma and China. It was actually an upgraded version of the popular P-36 Hawk with an in-line engine. The P-40's good qualities included pilot armor, self-sealing fuel tanks, sturdy construction, heavy armament (two 50-cal. and four 30-cal. machine guns), and a faster diving speed than most Japanese planes; used to advantage in accordance with Chennault's tactics as they would reach a higher altitude and then pounce upon Japanese planes. General Chennault was a masterful combat teacher and he taught his men unorthodox tactics which took advantage of the P-40's good qualities. Spare parts were almost impossible to obtain, though the AVG did receive 50 replacement P-40E fighters directly from USAAF stocks toward the end of its combat tour.

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