The P-40 Warhawk will be always rembered as the Flying Tiger from the Second World War. A famous squadron with this name flew the P-40 in the Burma-China theatre of the war. Fighting against the Japanse Imperial Air Force. The Warhawk was also used by the Burma Banshees, a squadron stationed in the foothils of the Himalayas protecting the so-called 'Hump'. This was the nickname for the trans-Himalaya flight which was mainly done by cargo planes, who were in turn protected by P-40s from harassing Japanese fighters. This model kit by Guillow's let's you built a balsa model of this great plane. The kit provides everything to make it into a display model or even a elastic engine (postal elastic!) flying plane. If you want to cover the frame you have built, you will only need to purchse a varnish to cover the provided tissue cloth with. This kit is of course a nostalgic piece but it will surely offer you a few hours away from the everyday (or holiday!) stress.
- Width: approx. 40 cm
- Material: Balsa wood and plastic parts
- Scale: 1/30
- Tools needed: a sharp knive, some pins and glue
Paul Guillow's was a First World War fighter pilot who started his own plane model company in 1926. Guillow's is still going strong today and manufactures its high quality models in the USA.
- The Netherlands: EUR 5,- Free over EUR 50,- (Free returns)
- Europe: EUR 11,- to EUR 22,50 Free over EUR 150.-
- Rest of the World: EUR 25,- Free over EUR 200,-
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