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P-40 Warhawk “Pearl Harbor 80th Anniversary” Die-Cast Model

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SKU
9264
$99.99

First flying as a prototype in 1938, the P40 quickly became one of the most widespread and plentiful fighters of the 1940s. 

First flying as a prototype in 1938, the P40 quickly became one of the most widespread and plentiful fighters of the 1940s. It was the most requested aircraft for the Army Air Corps at the time of introduction, with 524 placed on order by 1939. Other nations would soon follow, such as France, who would order 230 of the type before they were defeated. It was adequate to the task at hand, with good firepower, top speed, and underwing weaponry.

Powered by the venerable Allison V-1710 engine, the P40 had 1,150 hp at its disposal, accelerating the aircraft to a top speed of 362 mph and maximum altitude of 30,000ft. Cruising speed was 235mph and range of the Warhawk was around 850 miles. Weaponry included six of the powerful M2 Browning .50 caliber machine guns, with 281 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition each.

Painted with an 80th Anniversary livery to commemorate Pearl Harbor and those who gave their lives to protect us, this Warhawk operates in memory of all who were lost. Die-Cast version features raised wing supports, panel lines, printed decals, and paint scheme that reflects the real Curtiss P40. Measures 5.5”l with a 6.25” wingspan at 1:72 scale.

• Features a high-quality paint scheme, etched panel lines and pad printed decals that reflect the commemorative P-40 “Pearl Harbor 80th Anniversary” livery.
• Antennas, reflective lights, and surface details have been carefully added to the model.
• Includes optional retracted or deployed landing gear, cowling flaps, and metal display stand.
• Measures 5.5”l with a 6.25” wingspan at 1:72 Scale.
First flying as a prototype in 1938, the P40 quickly became one of the most widespread and plentiful fighters of the 1940s. It was the most requested aircraft for the Army Air Corps at the time of introduction, with 524 placed on order by 1939. Other nations would soon follow, such as France, who would order 230 of the type before they were defeated. It was adequate to the task at hand, with good firepower, top speed, and underwing weaponry.

Powered by the venerable Allison V-1710 engine, the P40 had 1,150 hp at its disposal, accelerating the aircraft to a top speed of 362 mph and maximum altitude of 30,000ft. Cruising speed was 235mph and range of the Warhawk was around 850 miles. Weaponry included six of the powerful M2 Browning .50 caliber machine guns, with 281 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition each.

Painted with an 80th Anniversary livery to commemorate Pearl Harbor and those who gave their lives to protect us, this Warhawk operates in memory of all who were lost. Die-Cast version features raised wing supports, panel lines, printed decals, and paint scheme that reflects the real Curtiss P40. Measures 5.5”l with a 6.25” wingspan at 1:72 scale.

• Features a high-quality paint scheme, etched panel lines and pad printed decals that reflect the commemorative P-40 “Pearl Harbor 80th Anniversary” livery.
• Antennas, reflective lights, and surface details have been carefully added to the model.
• Includes optional retracted or deployed landing gear, cowling flaps, and metal display stand.
• Measures 5.5”l with a 6.25” wingspan at 1:72 Scale.

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