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Hawker P.1035 Hawk with F.2/43 Fury undercarriage. Source grade 1.

While searching for P.1035 images I came across the beginnings of a model by Paul Bradley (attached). Until seeing it, I hadn't considered the possibility that the P.1035 retained the tail-wheel undercarriage (a la Attacker).

http://gregers.7.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=2755&sid=22a37f4be2b9ade90018208725ce79bd

The model itself stays true to the Sea Hawk fuselage and intakes. But most descriptions say that the P.1035 was low-winged. The model canopy is also Sea Hawk (I've taken the written descriptions more literally and used the narrower Fury sliding canopy).

The long jetpipe I've based loosely on the Canadair CT-133 (which was also Nene-powered). A tricycle-gear version of this P.1035 is in Early Secret Projects.

http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,3574.0.html
 

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Please see attached windtunnel model
No drawing this time...
 

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Justo,

I do believe you've discovered an intermediate design between P.1035 and P.1040. Low-mounted Fury wings but with the P.1040/Sea Hawk split jet pipes!
 

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shows a 'Tempest winged' 'Hawk' with teardrop canopy like the prototype P.1040

Any possibility to see this pic posted here? ;)

Thanks in advance,
Antonio
 

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As always, nice model Joe. And thanks for the P.1040 vs P.1035 clarification.
 

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It should really be "of WWII" or "of the Second World War". No native speaker would say "of the WWII".
 

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Next Book;)

Great News! When will it be released?
Cheers
November
It should really be "of WWII" or "of the Second World War". No native speaker would say "of the WWII".
Is this release date still on? I definitely want to buy that book!
Publication of the book delayed till the second half of 2021:confused:
Contents​

  • The American Fighter
  • Curtiss P-36 and P-40 evolution
  • Curtiss XP-53 and XP-60 evolution
  • Curtiss XP-62
  • Curtiss XP-55
  • Curtiss XF14C
  • Republic P-47 Thunderbolt evolution
  • North American P-51 Mustang evolution
  • Davis Manta Fighter
  • Gluhareff Dart
  • Lockheed L-133 and XP-80 evolution
  • NACA-Langley-Jacobs-Jeep
  • Northrop Flying Wings
  • Vultee XP-54, XP-68 and XP-81
  • The British Fighter
  • Hawker Hurricane evolution
  • Supermarine Spitfire dead ends
  • Hawker Tornado and Typhoon evolution
  • Hawker Tempest and Fury
  • Blackburn B-37 Firebrand
  • Blackburn B-44
  • Blackburn B-48 Firecrest
  • Martin-Baker M.B.3, M.B.4 and M.B.5
  • Miles M.35 and M.43
  • Early British Jets
  • The French Fighter
  • Arsenal Projects
  • Sud-Est S.E. 582
  • The Soviet Fighter
  • Golovin ‘IVS’/’ISF’
  • Jurijev KIT-1
  • Nikitin-Shevchenko IS-4
  • Bibliography
 
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