Curtiss P-40 Warhawk warbirds

This week’s updates are dedicated to surviving examples of the beautiful Curtiss P-40 Warhawk. I’ve always liked the P-40 and thought of it as the “American Hurricane”: it did not have the glamour and fame of other, better-known fighters but was a sturdy and dependable aircraft which served in all Allied air forces throughout the war. More to follow soon ! 🙂

This superb P-40C (s/n 41-13357) belongs to the Fighter Collection in Duxford.


The Jackie C II is a P-40M belonging to the American Airpower Museum in Farmingdale. I made four views of this aircraft for maxFlite, where it is available as a garden windmill or as a prop glider.

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