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P-40 Tomahawk // RAF

RAF P-40 Tomahawk Africa Theater model plane
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Scalecraft Price:: $299.00
Item Number: 9033


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By 1940, the RAF was accepting delivery of the new aircraft that they called the Tomahawk I. In comparison with the Messerschmitt Me-109 or the Supermarine Spitfire V it was decidedly inferior except in manouverability at low altitudes and having a tough construction. The Tomahawk was used in Britain as a trainer and an army cooperation aircraft. It was sent to the Orient, India and North Africa to augment the Hawker Hurricanes. This was the common solution to inferior aircraft, even if the Japanese, Germans and Italians were flying better fighters. The RAF, Royal Australian Air Force and the South African Air Force flew them as ground-attack aircraft in support of the 8th Army in North Africa.
Mahogany Wood. Scale: 1/26. Wingspan 17 inches, Length 13 1/2 inches.

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