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Tomahawk P40 Tex Hill Model

P-40 Tomahawk Tex Hill Curtiss Wood Model Airplane


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Tomahawk P40 Tex Hill Model

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Own a piece of History from the world's greatest pilots with our P-40 Tomahawk Tex Hill display model!

Model Airplane: P-40 Tomahawk Tex Hill aircraft
Wingspan: 18.5"
Fuselage Length: 16"
Scale: 1/24
Material: mahogany wood

Model Airplane Factory offers handmade P40 Tomahawk Tex Hill aircraft wood, artistically created from mahogany wood. Multiple coats of clear lacquer is applied in P40 Tex Hill airplane model display to protect the exquisite artwork and provide an overall glossy finish. The rich color paint scheme and markings of the P-40 Tomahawk Tex Hill are cautiously painted to the assembled P-40 Tex Hill model display. The P-40 Tomahawk Tex Hill wood model display aircraft will be painted according to the specific color scheme of the P-40 Tex Hill for their historical significance and authenticity. From raw kiln-dried mahogany wood, it undergoes processes to accomplish a precise P-40 Tomahawk Tex Hill airplane ; from carving, sanding, coating, painting and detailing to a creatively done wooden replica of the P-40 Tomahawk Tex Hill.

David Lee Hill was born on 13 July 1915 in Kwangju, Korea, the son of a missionary who moved to Texas when he was six. After finishing Austin College in 1938, "Tex" completed naval flight school and served in a torpedo squadron on the USS Saratoga and in a dive-bomber squadron on the USS Ranger. Hill was among the first Americans to see combat in World War II. He volunteered to join the American Volunteer Group in China in 1941. The AVG would soon be known as the Flying Tigers.

Hill became a triple "Ace" during his time with the AVG and its Army Air Corps successor, the 23rd Fighter Group. He destroyed more than 18 enemy aircraft, including what is believed to be the first Japanese Zero shot down by a P-51 Mustang. His heroics were so legendary that he was portrayed by John Wayne in the movie "Flying Tigers".

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