Stolen Curtis P-40 Warhawk.

Stolen Curtis P-40 Warhawk.

Another Special Curtis P-40 Warhawk or P-40 Kawasaki NinjaHawk?

If you want a stolen Curtis P-40 Aircraft, this pictures shows pictures of the ultimate theft of this rare airplane.

I always liked this analogy,  Kawasaki Ninja, 0 to 60 in 2.5 seconds, California Redwood, 60 to 0 in 0.01 seconds. 

I keep calling this a Kawasaki but it may be a Suzuki.  I'm an old time Honda rider but I ride a Kawasaki now.  I have a ZN-700 also a Honda CB-750 and a Honda CB-750F.  The Curtis P-40 came in several versions, the P-40C - Tomahawk, the P-40F, Kittyhawk II, and the P-40N, Kittyhawk IV, and the Warhawk.  These planes were manufactured by Curtiss Wright Corporation.  The engines varied from a 1040 hp Allison V-12 to a 1200 hp Allison V-12.  The maximum speed was 343 mph with an initial climb rate of 2,120 fpm for the N version.  The Curtis P-40 n weighed 6,700 lbs empty and 11,400 lbs max.  The length was 33' 4" Wingspan 37' 3.5" and the height was 12' 4"  The first flight of the Curtis P-40 was January 1940 with the experimental version of the P-40 was flown in October 1939.

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Really, this motorcycle isn't stolen, the paint scheme is.

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Stolen P-40 Paint Job
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I think this is a kawasaki but it may be a suziki gxsr 1100

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