P40B Warhawk (Tomahawk MkIIa) Aircraft

Assemble the Curtiss P-40B Warhawk (Tomahawk MKIIA) with this 1:32 Scale Plastic Model Kit from Trumpeter. Suitable for Ages 14 & Older.

Trumpeter P40B Warhawk (Tomahawk MkIIa) Aircraft Plastic Model Airplane 1/32 Scale #02228
 Trumpeter # tsm02228
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1:32
  • Length: 11-7/8" (302mm)
  • Wingspan: 14" (355mm)
  • Parts: 181
  • Trumpeter Product Number: 02228
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"P40B Warhawk from Trumpeter Models"
gfaulk8 (Horse Branch, KY)
There are only two Plane model makers I ever buy from, Tamiya and Trumpeter. The Trumpeter models give a good representation of military planes. The P40B Warhawk is a great example. This model from Trumpeter has good clean plastic parts that are easy to identify and easy to build. Great Job Love Hobbylinc

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  • Accurately reproduced exterior and cockpit.
  • Brass photo etched seat belt buckles, flaps, and engine parts.
  • Film printed control panel.
  • Metal rudder shaft.
  • Exquisitely detailed engine.
  • Highly detailed cockpit with movable clear canopy.
  • Detailed landing gear and bays.
  • Guns mounted within the wing's front edge, and engine hood.
  • Illustrated assembly guide.


  • Scale: 1:32
  • Length: 11-7/8" (302mm)
  • Wingspan: 14" (355mm)
  • Parts: 181
  • Trumpeter Product Number: 02228


One Plastic Model


"Beautifully manufactured kit, would build again in a second."
This kit was an absolute pleasure to build. Cons; it had a couple ejector pin marks but they were not in critical locations and cleaned up easily, there was a total of 1 sink hole and that filled in just fine, the exhaust manifolds were the only significant draw back for me. The fit of the two halves for each tube was not good. It would be fixable but with a significant amount of reshaping and seam line removing on what are very small parts. I wasn't willing to go that route so I got some resin aftermarket exhausts then I ended up trimming them off the sprue too short and installing them so they don't even stick out of the fuselage exhaust cutout HA, serves me right right? I should have just bit the bullet and spent the time working the ones that came with the kit. Otherwise the kit was magnificent. I strayed from the supplied markings and recommended paint job to build an AVG Flying Tiger version. I'm very tempted to buy this kit again and build the 1941 18th Pursuit Group version that is supplied with the kit. For a $40 kit the cockpit has incredible detail with knobs, levers, wheels, gauges and seat belts. This was my first Trumpeter build but won't be my last.


  • One Waterslide Decal Sheets for 2 Aircraft Versions
  • 1: 26th Squadron RAF, Gatwick, Great Britain, June-July 1941.
  • 2: 18th PG, Pearl Harbour, November 1941.
  • Airframe and Detail Colors (TESTORS MM) -Metal Black, Medium Gray, Gray, Burnt Iron, Interior Green, Tire Black, Aluminum, Copper, Flat Black, Clear Green, Clear Red, Dark Green, White, Dark Earth, Aircraft Gray, Neutral Gray, Olive Drab, Red, Clear Blue.