Delivered in 1941, this Kittyhawk flew for Royal Canadian Air Force and United States - US Army Air Force (USAF)
Close-cropped view of the Instrument Panel of Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk VH-KTY, Code CV-V Cn 19128 at her home base – Pay’s Aerial Service, in Scone NSW (YSCO) on 07May2014. The aircraft is beautiful... (more)
An immaculate Kittyhawk just about ready to taxi out for an aerial display. Flown by an Air NZ 767 captain who just flies this aircraft on weekends! [1600px]
Latest addition to the Tom Duffy collection at Millville, NJ
Taxi for take off and display at Classic Fighters 2013.
ex A29-448 and flying as a 75Sqn Kittyhawk. This P-40N-1-CU has it's 6 .50 cal machine guns still fitted and has the ability to fire blanks.
on display at Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center / Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum