New Release: P-40N Warhawk – WWII Fighter

P-40N Warhawk - WWII Fighter

About the P-40N Warhawk – WWII Fighter:

An iconic plane of the Second World War, few fighters in history have seen action in as many theaters as the P-40. Developed from the P-36, the P-40 was America’s primary fighter entering World War II. During the December 7th attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan, two pilots — Lts. George Welch and Ken Taylor — downed seven enemy aircraft while piloting a pair of P-40s. First taking to the skies in 1939, the P-40 stayed in production through 1944 with the P-40N variant being the last (and most popular) of the planes to be manufactured, and was the final fighter ever produced by Curtiss-Wright.

Specifications:

  • Armament: Six .50-cal machine guns, 700 lbs. of bombs externally
  • Engine: Allison V-1710 for 1,150 hp
  • Maximum speed: 362 mph (582 km/h)
  • Crew: 1
  • Range: 850 mi (1,367 km)
  • Ceiling: 30,000 ft.

Additional information about this Brickmania® custom building kit:

Included with an updated dihedral wing design, detailed cockpit, brick-built exhaust, and retractable landing gear is the option for a completely customized nose. This kit includes all the bricks needed to create a red or white nose for the P-40N along with three distinct decal options to further customize the kit.

Model Statistics:

  • Designed by Cody Osell
  • 468 LEGO® elements
  • WWII American Pilot minifig
  • High-quality sticker sheet
  • Full-color printed building instructions
  • Additional printed elements
  • 1/35th scale to match other Brickmania kits
  • Advanced Skill Level (6-8 years building experience recommended)

All Brickmania® model kits are made of new-condition LEGO® bricks. This model comes disassembled and includes complete printed building instructions and comes packaged in a sealed box. This is a limited edition kit and production may be discontinued at any time.

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This entry was posted by Jacquie.

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