P-40B Warhawk G-CDWH, The Fighter Collection, Duxford

A survivor of the Pearl Harbor attack, 41-13297 is the oldest airworthy P-40 in the world. It was restored from 1990 to 2001 and flew again in January 2007.

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  • A3 (16.53" x 11.69")
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  • A5 (8.26" x 5.82")
  • XL Panoramic print

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P-40 “Warhawk”

P-40B s/n 41-13297
in its wartime colours of  the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7th, 1941
19th Pursuit Squadron, 18th Pursuit Group, Wheeler Field, Hawaii

A survivor of the Pearl Harbor attack, 41-1329 is the oldest airworthy P-40 in the world. It crashed following a spin on 24 January 1942, killing
its pilot Lt Kenneth W. Sprankle. The wreck was rediscovered in 1985 and most of it was recovered in 1985 and 1989. The aircraft was restored from
1990 to 2001 and flew again in January 2007. It made its way to the United-Kingdom and was flown by The Fighter Collection from 2007 to 2013,
registered as G-CDWH. In December 2013, it returned to the United States and was donated to the Collings Foundation with the registration N284CF.


Artist: Gaëtan Marie

About the prints
Printed on high-quality archival matte paper.
Print modifications (text or logo replacement, translation, layout modifications) are available upon request.
To commission a custom-made profile of this aircraft type, please contact us.
Panoramic format (approx. 13 x 35 inches) available upon request. The proportions of the panoramic prints being different, the layout of the print will vary slightly. For any order of a panoramic print, a preview of the proposed layout will be sent for validation or correction.

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