Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk, RCAF 1034
One of the best known and most admired P-40s in existence, this time-capsule fighter is one of the most comprehensively period-equipped original WW-II aircraft to be found anywhere in the world. Maintained in lovely condition, with periodic engine runs, the aircraft was fully described in the feature article in Classic Wings magazine Issue #90, Aug. 2013.
The P-40 is a substantial project and one of the better P-40s we have handled over the years. The newly rebuilt fuselage is presently being fitted out internally. A fully rebuilt tail group is being completed, and the wings are complete but unrestored. The project includes an engine (will require overhaul), engine mount, radiators and oil cooler, exhausts, Hamilton Standard propeller.
The price for the project 'as-is' is AU$675,000.
Substantial project aircraft includes fuselage an tail group in very good restorable condition, plus engine and wings etc. Most items there, and many items duplicated. Call for further details.
This Bf109 was one of several wrecks recovered from Russia together during the early 1990s. All three were sent to the USA, then to Canada, and on to Australia. One was then sold to Germany, another subsequently returned to the USA about a decade ago, and then moved on to Europe, however this machine has remained stored in Australia all these years.
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