1. Youchan3070

    Production block from the P-40B with the S/N 41-13297

    Does anybody know the production block from the P-40B with the S/N 41-13297? I didn't find any informations about it on the internet.
  2. M

    Jumping into Modeling

    Hi y'all, I've been on this forum for a while and started having a lot of free time over the summer, so I finally bit the bullet and decided to try building model kits in real life after years of making liveries and 3d models. Previous attempts/Not super relevant stuff Now, this isn't...
  3. K

    P-40F vs P-40M

    Hi guys, just a random little question... I’m getting ready to put together a couple of P-40 models and it just got me curious as to which plane, may have been the better dog fighter? I’ve done some research, but I am still left bugged about it... Figured I’d get some other opinions from those...
  4. D

    Aircraft Pictorial books on sale - half price, US only.

    I've recently cut the sale prices on my Aircraft Pictorial series books. The offer is available through Amazon for delivery to US addresses only - sorry, but previous problems with international shipping have forced me to limit myself to domestic orders. Here are the titles and links: SB2U...
  5. S

    Which is the better fighter, P-40F or Typhoon?

    VS P-40 evaluation should also include P-40L which was nearly identical to the P-40F, it just had some of the field stripping done in the factory. The RAF designated P-40F/L as Kittyhawk II and IIa respectively. So which of the two famous aircraft was most useful to the war effort? Which...
  6. S

    A few model types which are rare but shouldn't be

    Hi guys, new to the forum and enjoying it. I have also fairly recently renewed my interest in modeling and have put together a small fleet of 1/72 model airplanes with an emphasis on fighters and 'light' bombers from the crucial early to mid-war period. Say June 1940 - June 1943, but I'm...
  7. N

    P-40 Esoterica, a question for the true experts.

    I am in the process of converting an Airfix P-40B into an original P-40, what in later years has been called a P-40-CU to separate it from the early B models, even though these aircraft were contracted for before the Air Corps started using designator suffixes. The subject of my efforts is...
  8. Greg Boeser

    Fagen Fighters

    Just 2 1/2 hours west of the Twin Cities lies the town of Granite Falls, MN. Just 4 miles south lies the Granite Falls Municipal Airport. Located on the property of the Granite Falls Municipal Airport is this: It is an amazing collection of WW II warbirds, vehicles, and memorabilia. Just...
  9. W

    A.V.G. P-40 E

    Hello, Does some can tell me how many P-4O E were used by the A.V.G. Thanks . Gérard .
  10. v2

    The Pearl Harbor P-40 boys

    View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zS8HWFWaqa4
  11. P

    A naval version for Warhawk?

    I share with you some pictures of fighters Curtiss P-40 operating aboard aircraft carriers or on the flight deck. Some questions for aviation and history enthusiasts of WW2. There was a naval version of the P-40? Which countries have used during the war and which Operating Theatres? To view...
  12. gjs238

    P-39 vs P-40

    In the Which aircraft would you cancel? thread there was some support of the P-39. So why was the P-39 so favored in USSR, yet the P-40 so favored by the US, Britain, etc?
  13. fubar57

    HOW TO FLY A P-40

    In color... View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOIg7JxHQBk Geo
  14. Snautzer01

    Curtiss P-40 Holier then Thou.

    Singing in the choir.
  15. Snautzer01

    eBay: Curtiss P-40

    2-seat Trainer
  16. daveT

    Mystery wreck may be Lt. Bishop’s lost P-40 that was shot down December 7th, 1941

    WWII P-40 Warhawk wreck discovered in Kailua Bay, North Shore, Oahu, Hawaii Story documents the history of the wreck and its connection to December 7th 1941. An underwater wreck was recently rediscovered and investigated in Kailua Bay. Using information provided by someone who first...
  17. Snautzer01

    Re-captured Aircraft

    Curtiss P-40 Warhawk
  18. P-40


    A P-40 shark mouth on the nose.
  19. Curtiss Hawk 75A 6 Norwegian

    Curtiss Hawk 75A 6 Norwegian

    Curtiss Hawk 75 used by Royal Norwegian Air Force. They were based at Kjeller Airbase, Norway, March 1940. They saw little action before being destroyed during the German invasion. This piece was created in Illustrator CS and is entirely vector.
  20. H

    Rockets in 1942-1943?

    I have seen some vague references to P-40 Warhawks using 4.5 inch rockets in Africa and Burma. I have also heard that P39s were using rockets by the time of TORCH. I know Russian P39s had rockets by this time. While completely different: Does anyone know when the US 90mm AA gun was first...