P-40 Tiger Shark (oz151)


P-40 Tiger Shark (oz151) from Comet - plan thumbnail

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Comet kit plan No. 3201. Rubber powered scale model of the P-40 fighter.


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P-40 Tiger Shark (oz151) from Comet - model pic


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Here's a re-visiting of a model I constructed (or attempted) well more than half a century ago, the Comet 18" wingspan Curtiss P-40 [msain pic, 003-006]. She's been fitted out in RAF markings in honor of Flt. Sgt. Dennis Copping 260 Squadron, who along with his Kittyhawk aircraft went missing more than 70 years. The tragic ending to the tale was only recently discovered in the Egyptian desert. Rest in peace, Flight Sergeant Copping.
Thank you again, Steve and Mary for your efforts at OuterZone.
Neal Green - 16/06/2020
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