YouTube - P-40 Warhawk
33 ft. 4 in.
37 ft. 4 in.
6- .50 cal.
The machine guns formerly carried in the nose of the P-40 Warhawk were replaced with three .50 caliber (12.7 mm) machine guns in each wing. Outside the U.S. the new model was called the “Kittyhawk”. P-40 aircraft saw combat in the Middle East and North Africa. RAAF pilot Clive Caldwell had 22 air to air combat victories flying the P-40 over North Africa.
The American Volunteer Group, best known as the “Flying Tigers” were successful flying the P-40 Warhawk against the Japanese in China. The P-40 Warhawk was among the U.S.A.A.F. primary fighter aircraft used in the Pacific Theatre to counter the Japanese through 1943.
A total of over 13,700 P-40 Warhawk aircraft of all types were produced.
That's the P-40 Warhawk ARF by Top Flite of Rudy Fresca in front of the real thing. It has a wingspan of 86 in. with a length of 72 in. The all wood airplane needs from 43 to 60 cc engines to pull its approximate 23 1/2 lb weight through the air.
The P-40 Warhawk from VQ Model is an ARF of all wood construction. Its wingspan is 62 in. and it is 53 1/2 in. long. Power can come from a 600 to 800 wt. motor or .60 two cycle or .90 four cycle engine. All up weight is approximately 7 1/2 lbs.
FMS has a P-40 Warhawk PNP airplane with a 38 1/2 in. wingspan that is 32 1/2 in. long. Included is a 3648 770 kV motor, flaps and retracts. It weighs around 44 oz.