P-40 Warhawk oz10201


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Submitted to Outerzone: 27/06/2018
Outerzone planID: oz10201 | Filesize: 327KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: JohnMoody


About this Plan

Hearns Hobbes Flying Tiger P-40 Warhawk. Control line scale model, for 2.5 to 3.5 cc motors. Ideal for the new Taipan 2.5 cc diesel.

This plan scan was scooped from the excellent fullcircleflyers.blogspot.com website, run by John Moody.

Dear Steve and Mary, I wish that things are going very fine and strong with you both :) Please find 3 very nice scale C/L plans from Hearns Hobbies from Australia: ME 109, P-40 Warhawk and the P-51D mustang. The models have 26in wingspan and are designed for engines in 2,5 to 35 cc range (.15 to .21) and features full built up wings and fuselage and are really very nice.
All the credits from posting, cleaning and sharing the very nice box arts and plans from the kits belongs to the excellent Fullcircleflyers Blog. Hope that you can add this very nice small fighters to OZ plans extensive database. Plans and Box arts Courtesy from Full Circle Flyers Blogspot. Congratulations by the excellent work and Kindness in sharing them with the model community. All the Best, Carlo

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oz10201 datafile

P-40 Warhawk  
by Ken Taylor
from Hearns Hobbies
26in span
Tags: Scale IC C/L LowWing Military Fighter
formers unchecked



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