The Curtiss Hawk 75A features a vintage 1940 design by Ron Clarke, updated plans, and a vacuum formed canopy. Uses the Box and Former method of construction. Vintage kit. 1940 design by Ron Clarke. Includes updated plan and vacuum-formed canopy.
Although the Hawk saw very little combat in American hands, this fighter was saw quite a bit of combat in
foreign hands. In fact, it is one of the few military aircraft actually to see combat on BOTH sides during the Second World War. The largest foreign operator of the Hawk was the Armee de l'Air, the French Air Force.
This free flight rubber powered kit contains a full-size plan, building instructions, printed balsa wood, balsa stripwood, rubber motor, propeller, nose package, clear plastic, vacuum-formed canopy, wheels, landing gear, and Easy Built Lite colored tissue. You will need a building board, pins, hobby knife, sandpaper, and glue.
Class: Scale flyer
Building Skill / Flying Skill: Easy / Experienced
PVHC Price: $24.53