SH72367 P-40D Warhawk/Kittyhawk Mk.I ‘Four Guns’ - to be released next year

Only a few dozens of four-gun  P-40D Warhawk/Kittyhawk Mk.I  airframes might seem just a small drop in the vast ocean of the mass-produced, six-gun fighters of the P-40E and all later versions. However, even these very early P-40s had their colourful and important place in the history of aviation. And now we are going to chart their history once and again via our upcoming release named SH72367 P-40D Warhawk/Kittyhawk Mk.I ‘Four Guns’. The marking and scheme options will cover a machine flown by the top scoring RAF pilot in the MTO, Neville Duke of no.112 sqn, then a machine flown by no.3 Sqn RAAF in the Med, too, one highly unusual-looking machine as captured by the Japs in the Philippines and finally also an USAAF airframe from the immediate pre-war times. The four-gun machines differed from the version E in our model, and you will get a few etched and 3D-printed parts to address those differences. 



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