The Flying Tigers Database at iModeler

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1/32 Curtiss P-40

This is my newly completed Curtiss P-40 Tomahawk. It is the Hobby Craft / Trumpeter kit. My first completed model for 2024. While researching this project online , I read many negative reviews of this kit because of various [...]

Airfix 1/72 H81-A2/P-40B

Here is Airfix's 1/72nd scale Flying Tigers Curtiss H81-A2 (P-40B) . I really like Airfix's newer 1/72nd scale kits. Some modelers complain about the heavy pannel lines but once the kit is premed and painted they really get toned down to a [...]

Curtis Hawk 81

A nice little Flying Tiger from Airfix. The soft plastic made the removal of the small bits from the tree a bit tricky. But with extra care I had no mishaps. On the other hand, as careful as I tried to be, I still ended up breaking off two [...]

Monogram 1/48 P-40B Warhawk

Conceived as a pursuit aircraft, the P-40B was agile at low and medium altitudes but suffered from a lack of power at higher altitudes. At medium and high speeds it was one of the tightest-turning early monoplane designs of the war and it [...]

GWH's 1/32 Curtis Hawk 81 A2 Flying Tiger

Like most of you out there I have always been fascinated and inspired by the exploits of the American Volunteer Group in China, The Fabled Flying Tigers. Their exploits have been immortalized in books and film and their impact was felt for [...]

1/72 P-40B/C Warhawk

Three day build complete. P-40B/C Flying Tiger - spring 1942 - 1/72 Trumpeter kit. The aircraft is actually a Hawk H81 A-3, which was Curtiss’ designation of the P-40B/C aircraft pulled from an order to Great Britain (H81 A-2) and sent [...]

Hell´s Angels…1/48 Curtiss Tomahawk Mk.IIb, American Volunteer Group

Built over 6 years ago. The "infamous" 1/48 Trumpeter At first my dad wanted to do a RAF North Africa a/c but during the build he decided that it should be a Flying Tiger. Found a nice scheme in Kagero´s P-40 Vol.I, the [...]

Eye of the Tiger

I know…here we go again, here comes another stinking P-40, and a “Flying Tiger” one at that. But…Please bear with me. When I was a kid in the 1950’s, the “Flying Tigers”…the pilots of Claire Chennaults’s American [...]

Classic Monogram warbirds

The Curtis P-40B and the Mitsubishi A6M5 Type 0 in 1/48 scale. Both of these were built at least 20 years ago but I only got them out to the airport last year for a photo session. Both reveal my limitations as a model builder back then, [...]