16-1/2'' Wingspan P40 Warhawk Kit

Assemble a Curtiss P-40 Warhawk World War II "Flying Tiger" Fighter with this Authentic scale rubber powered Flying balsa model kit from Guillow's. Scale model for adult collectors.

Guillows 16-1/2 Wingspan P40 Warhawk Kit
 Guillows # gui501
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Guillows Item # gui501
Specifications :

Wingspan: 16-1/2" (41.91cm)

  • Guillows Product Number: 501
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"Nice kit and price"
Just a heads up that this is a laser cut kit. The balsa was good quality and the balsa bones went together easily and quickly.

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  • Authentic scale airplane.
  • Rubber powered (rubber band included).
  • Light vacuum formed parts such as nose cowl, bubble canopy, and small external details.
  • Genuine decal set.
  • Scale plastic main wheels (where required).
  • Plastic propeller.
  • Plastic thrust bearing.
  • Wire propeller shaft.
  • Covering tissue.
  • Razor sharp die-cut balsa parts and generous quantity of strip stock.
  • Accurate scale plan and illustrated step-by-step model building booklet.


Wingspan: 16-1/2" (41.91cm)

  • Guillows Product Number: 501


One Curtiss P-40 Warhawk Airplane

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Assembly
  • White Glue
  • Dope
  • Workboard
  • Common Pins
  • Hobby Knife
  • Refer to Model Building Booklet for Other Needed Tools
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"Great plane"
I usually build plastic models, but these can be a nice change every once in a while. The kit supplies you with everything you need, except for the glue. As far as putting the wood together, that's pretty easy. Getting the plastic pieces off their sheet can be tricky. The kit comes with tissue paper to go over the plane so it can be flown outside. In my opinion, the planes look just as good without the tissue as they do with. The best tools to have are a sharp knife, lots of sand paper, and Elmer's glue


Model can be adapted for gas powered Tether Control Flying with a Cox .010 engine--complete instructions included. No motor or materials supplied