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Serial Number Criteria: 42-104849
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Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
42-104829 ... 42-105928 (EXACT MATCH)
Curtiss P-40N-5-CU Warhawk
MSN 28591/29690
104829 (MSN 28591) was "Geronimo!" with 15th FG, 45th Fs art Nanumea Island, ellice Islands 1943.
104830 (MSN 28592) to RAAF as A29-415 Jul 1943.  Soc Nov 1948.
104831 (MSN 28593) to RAAF as A29-416 Jul 1943.  Crashed on takeoff from Wama
strip Morotai Is Oct 9, 1945.  Converted to components.
104832 (MSN 28594) to RAAF as A29-417 Jul 1943.  Converted to components.
104833 (MSN 28595) to RAAF as A29-418 Jul 1943.  Stored Jan 21, 1946 at
Oakley, Qld. W/o Nov 19, 1946.
104834 (MSN 28596) to RAAF as A29-419 Jul 1943.  SOC Nov 1948.
104835 (MSN 28597) to China
104836 (MSN 28598, 3rd FG (Prov), 32nd FS (Prov)) shot down by Japanese
Zero Dec 23, 1943, Canton, China.  MACR 1545.  Flown by Chinese pilot
104837 (MSN 28599) to China
104838 (MSN 28600) to China
104839 (MSN 28601) to China
104840 (MSN 28602) to China
104841 (MSN 28603) to China
104842 (MSN 28604) to China
104843 (MSN 28605, 3rd FG (Prov)) shot down by Japanese Zero Dec 23, 1943,
Canton, China.  MACR 1548.  Flown by Chinese pilot
104844 (MSN 28606) to China
104845 (MSN 28607) to New Zealand as NZ3150.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville 
on 27 July 1943.  Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Ohakea on 14 June 1945 after training flight.  Struck off at Ohakea on 28 June 1945.
104846 (MSN 28608) to New Zealand as NZ3151. Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
27 July 1943.  Coded "55".  To No.16 Squadron.  Crashed near Torakina on 17 December 1943. The aircraft was badly damaged by 
enemy fighters during a fighter sweep to Rabaul.   On return to Torakina the undercarriage could not be lowered and the aircraft 
was crash landed on the beach. 
104847 (MSN 28609) to New Zealand as NZ3152.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
27 July 1943.  Coded "61".  Hit in tail and suffered hydraulic failure after being hit by anti-aircraft fire on 06 May 1944. Crash-landed at Green Island.
104848  (MSN 28610)   Lend-Lease to The Netherlands May43 for use at the Royal Netherlands Military Flying School at Jackson, MS. 
Returned to USAAF Feb44.
104849 (MSN 28611) to New Zealand as NZ3153.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
27 July 1943. Coded "F". To RNZAF Fighter Wing, Solomon Islands. Crashed near Hunter Point on 17 December 1943. The aircraft 
was shot down by enemy fighters during a fighter sweep to Rabaul.
104850 (MSN 28612) to New Zealand as NZ3154.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
Coded "49".  To No.16 Squadron.  Mid-air collision with NZ3176 near Torokina on 19 December 1943. The aircraft struck the underside of 
NZ3176 and both aircraft crashed into the jungle.
104851 (MSN 28613) to New Zealand as NZ3155.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
Coded "50".  To No.16 Squadron.  Crashed on takeoff from Torokina at 1715 hours on 19 December 1943. The aircraft suffered an engine 
failure at about 300 feet and crashed into the water sinking without trace.
104852 (MSN 28614) to New Zealand as NZ3156.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
Coded "56".   To No.18 Squadron.   Crashed on take-off from Ondonga at 0535 hours on 21 November 1943. The aircraft suffered from 
an engine problem and crashed into the jungle about 300 yards from the end of the airstrip
104853 (MSN 28615) to New Zealand as NZ3157.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
Coded "51".   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
104854 (MSN 28616) to New Zealand as NZ3173.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
16 August 1943.  Coded "66".  Crashed on landing at Bougainville on 27 January 1944. 
104855 (MSN 28617) to New Zealand as NZ3174.   Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
16 August 1943.  Coded "Q".  Ferried from Whenuapai to Santos on 7 October 1943.  To No.14 Squadron. To No.17 Squadron. 
Crashed during a fighter sweep by 48 aircraft over Rabaul on 24 December 1943.  The aircraft were attacked by enemy fighters 
and NZ3174 was one of 5 RNZAF P-40s which failed to return from the mission. 
104856/104865 (MSN 28618/28627) to China.
104866 (MSN 28628) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT905.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5043.
SOC Feb 10, 1948
104867 (MSN 28629) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT906.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5044.
SOC Feb 10, 1948.
104868 (MSN 28630) Lend-Lease to The Netherlands May43 for use at the Royal Netherlands Military Flying School at Jackson, MS. 
Returned to USAAF Feb44.
104869 (MSN 28631) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT907.  No RAF service, was to delivered to SAAF but
lost at sea enroute. 
104870 (MSN 28632) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT908.  No RAF service, was to delivered to SAAF but
lost at sea enroute. 
104871 (MSN 28633) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT909.  RAF records say delivered directly to SAAF
but not traced in SAAF records (may be confusion with 104877/FT915)
104872 (MSN 28634) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT910.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5061.
Crashed at Waterkloof Jul 8, 1944
104873/104876 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT911/4.  Were to be delivered directly to
SAAF, but all lost at sea enroute.
104877 (MSN 28639) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT915.  Delivered directly to SAAF as 5063 and SOC
Feb 18, 1948 according to SAAF records but RAF records say lost at sea
enroute to SAAF.  May be confusion with 42-104871/FT909.
104878 (MSN 28640) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT916.  Was to be delivered directly to SAAF but lost
at sea enroute.
104879 (MSN 28641) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT917.  No RAF service, delivered directly to SAAF as
5060.  SOC Feb 10, 1948
104880 (MSN 28642) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT918.  No RAF service, delivered directly to SAAF as
5062.  SOC Feb 18, 1948
104881 (MSN 28643) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT919.  SOC Mar 14,1946
104882 (MSN 28644) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT920.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
104883 (MSN 28645) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT921.  SOC Mar 14,1946
104884 (MSN 28646) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT922.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
104885 (MSN 28647) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT923.  Missing during attack on gun positions N of
Forli Oct 14, 1944
104886 (MSN 28648) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT924.  DBR when forcelanded 2 mi SW of Aquino 
May 29, 1944 following fuel problem
104887 (MSN 28649) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT925.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104888 (MSN 28650) Lend-Lease to The Netherlands May43 for use at the Royal Netherlands Military Flying School at Jackson, MS. 
Returned to USAAF Feb 1944.   To RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT926.  Missing during attack on gun positions N of
Forli Oct 14, 1944.
104890 (MSN 28652) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT927.  Shot down by flak Jan 30, 1945 while
attacking bridge near Padova
104891 (MSN 28653) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT928.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
104892 (MSN 28654) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT929.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104893 (MSN 28655) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT930.  Stalled on approach and spun into
ground, Cervia May 12, 1945
104894 (MSN 28656) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT931.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
104895 (MSN 28657) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT932.  Missing Oct 16, 1944
104896 (MSN 28658) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT933  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104897 (MSN 28659) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT934.  DBR when overshot landing at Rimini
Nov 8, 1944
104898 (MSN 28660) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT935.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104899 (MSN 28661) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT936.  Spun into ground near Lisi Nov 17, 1944
104900 (MSN 28662) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT937.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
104901 (MSN 28663) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT938.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104902 (MSN 28664) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT939.  Crashed near Venice Mar 24, 1945 after
pilot unsuccessfully abandoned aircraft following engine failure.
104903 (MSN 28665) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT940.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
104904 (MSN 28666) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT941.  No record of fate
104905 (MSN 28667) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT942.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104906 (MSN 28668) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT943.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
104907 (MSN 28669) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT944.  Crashed after Hvar Mar 15, 1944 after
pilot abandoned aircraft following flak hit from Siebel ferry.
104908 (MSN 28670) Lend-Lease to The Netherlands May43 for use at the Royal Netherlands Military Flying School at Jackson, MS. 
Returned to USAAF Feb44.
104909 (MSN 28671) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT945.  DBR when engine failed on takeoff
at Pontedera Mar 29, 1945
104910 (MSN 28672) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT946.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
104911 (MSN 28673) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT947.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
104912 (MSN 28674) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT948.  Lost Jun 9, 1944
104913 (MSN 28675) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT949.  Crashed during attempted ditching off
Ravenna Jan 27, 1945 following engine failure
104914 (MSN 28676) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT950.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
104915 (MSN 28677) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT951.  Crashed near Paliano Jun 2, 1944 after
pilot avandoned aircraft following flak hit.
104916 (MSN 28678) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT952.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104917 (MSN 28679) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT953.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
104918 (MSN 28680) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT954.  Crashed in sea Jan 30, 1944 after
pilot abandoned aircraft following flak hit
104920 (MSN 28682, 51st FG) MIA 9/26/1944, China
104924 (25th FS, "Little Jo") lost to AAA Dec 22, 1944.
104928 (MSN 28690) Lend-Lease to The Netherlands May43 for use at the Royal Netherlands Military Flying School at Jackson, MS. 
Returned to USAAF Feb44. 
104932 (MSN 28694) to China
104933 (MSN 28695) to China
104943 (MSN 28705) Lend-Lease to The Netherlands May43 for use at the Royal Netherlands Military Flying School at Jackson, MS. 
Returned to USAAF Feb44.
104947 (MSN 28709) on display in 1977 at Classic Jets Fighter Museum, Parafield Airport, South Australia in condition as found
when recovered from Finchaffen, Papua New New Guinea 50 years after crashing there in 1943.  Traded to Precision/Pacific 
Fighters Museum at Wangaratta Airport, Victoria ca 2005.  Put on display in restoration area.
104949 (8th FS, 49th FG, "Kathleen II") flown by Lt Dan David who changed his name to Dan Rowan (of the Rowan and Martin "Laugh-In") after
the war.  Aircraft DBR Oct 24, 1943 in Hopoi area of Papua New Guinea.  Ended up in Australian registry as
VH-DEA
104954 (MSN 28716) under restoration
104959 recovered from Finschaffen, PNG in 1974.  Wings and cockpit section used to rebuild 42-105861. 
Registred as N49FG (USCR quites serial as 42-105861).  Later registred as N959FT.
104961 (MSN 28723) recovered from Tsili Tsili, PNG Sep 1973.  Stored dismantled.   
104969 (MSN 28731) to RAAF as A29-434 Jul 1943.  Registered N959FT Feb 10, 2009.
104977 (MSN 28739,  55th FS, "Punkins/Mr Five by Five") crashlanded after being shot down by Japanese
aircraft in Lae, New Guinea and w/o Sep 13, 1943.  Recovered in Feb 2005 and 
sold in Australia to North Queensland warbirds for spares.  Some parts remained after spares
use, since was registered to Cairns Airport Hangars of Cairns
as VH-MIK.  Only parts recovered were remains of tail, wings, and engine, so restoration
invoved parts from numerous other sources.  First flight after restoration Jun 2009.
104981 (33rd FG, 59th FS) shot down by friendly fire from ships near Paestum, Italy Sep 14, 1943.
MACR 2033.  Pilot killed.
104984 (8th FS, 49th FG) MIA Sept 21, 1943, New Guinea.  MACR 736
104986 (49th FG, 8th FS) crashlanded and w/o near Siniap, New Guinea Feb 14, 1944.  Currently under restoration
to airworthy condition by Precision Aerospace in Australia
104996 (23 FG, 75 FS) pilot bailed out near Lingling, China
due to engine failure June 29, 1944.
105006 (MSN 28768) to China.
105015 (MSN 28777) to New Zealand as NZ3177.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
16 August 1943. Coded "A". Ferried to Santos leaving Whenuapai on 3 November 1943. Crash landed at Pallikulo Airfield on 3 May 1944 
after electrical and hydraulic failure.
105016 (MSN 28778) to New Zealand as NZ3176.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
16 August 1943. Coded "64". To No.16 Squadron. Mid-air collision with NZ3154 near Torokina on 19 December 1943. The aircraft 
was struck from beneath by NZ3154 and both aircraft crashed into the jungle.
105017 (MSN 28779) to New Zealand as NZ3175.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
16 August 1943. Coded "65". To No.16 Squadron. Crashed near Praed Point on 17 December 1943. The aircraft was shot down by 
enemy fighters during a fighter sweep to Rabaul.
105019 (MSN 28781) to New Zealand as NZ3178.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
16 August 1943.   Coded "E".   Struck off at Bougainville on 15 April 1944 while with No.4 SU.
105020 (MSN 28782) to New Zealand as NZ3179. Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
16 August 1943. To No.4 OTU, Ohakea. Crashed at Sanson on 18 July 1944. The aircraft suffered engine problems during a formation 
flying practice and spun into the ground after descending to 1000 feet for a landing approach.
105021 (MSN 28783) to New Zealand as NZ3168.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
11 August 1943. Coded "15".  Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
105022 (MSN 28784) to New Zealand as NZ3169.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
11 August 1943.  Coded "59".  To No.18 Squadron.  Crashed into sea near Treasury Islands at 0645 hours on 22 November 1943. 
The aircraft suffered engine problems and ditched into the sea.
105024 (MSN 28786) to New Zealand as NZ3170.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
11 August 1943. To No.21 Squadron, Ardmore. Crashed near Raglan on 5 May 1944. The aircraft was performing low level aerobatics 
when it stalled in a steep climb and dived into the ground.
105025 (MSN 28787) to New Zealand as NZ3171.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
11 August 1943. Coded "18". Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
105026 (MSN 28788) to New Zealand as NZ3172.  Lend-Lease to New Zealand as NZ3172	Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, 
Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 11 August 1943. Crashed at New Georgia on 18 November 1943
105027 (MSN 28789) to China
105029/105032 (MSN 28791/28794) to China
105033 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
105034 (MSN 28796) (3rd FG (Prov), 32nd FS (Prov)) shot down by Japanese
Zero at Changteh, China Dec 6, 1943.  MACR 1490
105035/105039 (MSN 28797/28801) to China
105040 to RAAF as A29-435 Aug 1943.  Scrapped at Balikpapan Jan 11, 1946
105041 to RAAF as A29-436 Aug 1943.  Converted to components Dec 18, 1945
105042 to RAAF as A29-437 Aug 1943.  MIA Jul 19, 1944 on flight from Hollandia.
105044 to RAAF as A29-438 Aug 1943. To storage Nov 21, 1945 and
authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
105045 to RAAF as A29-439 Aug 1943.  Pilot bailed out during ferry
flight Mar 24, 1945.
105046 to RAAF as A29-440 Aug 1943.  To storage Nov 21, 1945, and
authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
105047 to RAAF as A29-441 Aug 1943.  Crashlanded Jan 16, 1945 at
Noemfoor Is and converted to components
105048 with 337th FG, 303rd FS in midair collision with
P-40N 42-105058 5 mi NW of Sarasota AAF, FL Jul 19, 1943.
105049 to RAAF as A29-442 Aug 1943.  Undercarriage collapsed on
landing at Kamiri strip Noemfoor Is Sep 11, 1944.  Converted
to components.
105050 to RAAF as A29-461 Aug 1943.  Burned at Tarakan Dec 1945.
105051 to RAAF as A29-462 Aug 1943.  Crashed Jul 1945, Rattlesnake Island, QLD. 
In 1995 was reported to be under restoration
105052 to RAAF as A29-463 Aug 1943.  Crahed into sea near Kamiri airstri Sep 8, 1944.
105053 with 337th FG, 98th FS in midair collision with P-40M
43-5602 Jun 17, 1943 4 mi E of Manatee, FL.  Pilot bailed out.
105054 to RAAF as A29-464 Aug 1943.  Crashed near Sarkorem village Aug 10, 1944, pilot killed.
105055 to RAAF as A29-465 Aug 1943. Scrapped Dec 13, 1945.
105056 to RAAF as A29-466 Aug 1943.  To Storage Nov 5, 1945, authorized for
w/o Nov 19, 1946
105057 to RAAF as A29-467 Aug 1943.  Landing collision with A29-415 at Nadzap Apr 7, 1944.
105058 with 337th FG, 303rd FS in midair collision with
P-40N 42-105048) Jul 19, 1943 5 mi NW of Sarasota AAF, FL.  Reubilt
and Mar 21, 1944 in bellylanding due to engine failure 3/4 mile
SW of Sarasota AAF, FL.
105059 to RAAF as A29-468 Aug 1943.  Crashed into truck while carrying out emergency
landing at Wama strip Dec 21, 1944.  Aircraft caught fire
and was wrecked.
105060 to RAAF as A29-469 Aug 1943.  Bellylanded at Hollandia
Mar 16, 1945.   Authorized for w/o Nov 28, 1946.
105061 to RAAF as A29-470 Aug 1943.  A29-449 collided with this
plane while landing at Kiriwina strip Oct 21, 1943.
105062 to RAAF as A29-471 Aug 1943.  Crashlanded at Croydon strip
Tarakan Is Jul 28, 1945.  Converted to components.
105063 to RAAF as A29-472 Aug 1943.  Crashed during combat practise
Apr 5, 1944 2 mi N of Cape Gloucester, New Britain.  Pilot killed
105065 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX498.  No RAF service, diverted to SAAF as 5065.
Crashed at Waterkloof Feb 15, 1945
105066 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX499.  No RAF service, diverted to SAAF as 5073.
SOC Feb 18, 1948
105067 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX500.  No RAF service, diverted to SAAF as 5072.
SOC Feb 18, 1948
105069 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX501.  No RAF service, diverted to SAAF as 5071.
Crashed at Rayton Jun 7, 1944
105070 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX502.  No RAF service, diverted to SAAF as 5069.
Crashed at Waterkloof Mar 28, 1944
105071 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX503.  No RAF service, diverted to SAAF as 5067.
Crashed at Unkomaas Mar 30, 1944
105072 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX504.  No RAF service, diverted to SAAF as 5068.
SOC Feb 18, 1948
105074 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX505.  No RAF service, diverted to SAAF as 5070.
SOC Feb 18, 1948
105075 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX506.  No RAF service, diverted to SAAF as 5066.
Crashed at Umbimbulu Nov 4, 1943
105076 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX507.  No RAF service, diverted to SAAF as 5064.
SOC Feb 18, 1948
105077 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX508.  Crashed near Marcianese Jul 26, 1945
after pilot abandoned aircraft following engine failure and undercarriage
jammed up.
105079 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX509. Crashlanded at Rimini Sep 22, 1944 following
flak damage  
105080 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX510.  SOC Oct 26, 1944
105081 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX511.  SOC Mar 28, 1944
105082 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX512.  Caught fire off Tagliamento Jul 16, 1945
after smoke bomb exploded during dive
105084 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX513.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
105085 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX514.  SOC May 31, 1945
105086 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX515.  SOC Mar 14, 1946   
105087 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX516.  Crashed into Lake Trasimeno Apr 23, 1944
after flak hit
105089 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX517.  No record of fate.
105109 converted to TP-40N.  With 2116 AAFBU force landed 5 mi NW of Walnut Ridge, AR Sep 27, 1945
105110 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
105113 (343rd FG) lost Mar 13, 1944 northern Pacific
105120 in 2014 was undergoing restoration at C&G Aviation at Leeward Air Ranch, Ocala, Florida.
105125 (MSN 28887) to China
105129 (MSN 28891) to China
105144 (MSN 28906) to China
105179 (MSN 28941) to RCAF as 859
105180 (MSN 28942) to RCAF as 860
105181 (MSN 28943) to RCAF as 857
105183 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX518.  No RAF service, to SAAF as 5076.  Crashed at
Randfontein Jul 7, 1944
105184 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX519.  No RAF service, to SAAF as 5074.  SOC Feb 18, 1948
105185 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX520.  No RAF service, to SAAF as 5075.  SOC Feb 18, 1948
105186 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX521.  No RAF service, to SAAF as 5077.  SOC Feb 18, 1948
105187 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX522.  No RAF service, to SAAF as 5079.  Crashed at
Gamtoos Jul 18, 1944
105188 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX523.  No RAF service, to SAAF as 5080.  Crashed near
Kimberley Oct 12, 1945
105189 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX524.  No RAF service, to SAAF as 5082.  Crashed near
Reunion Dec 18, 1944
105190 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX525.  No RAF service, to SAAF as 5078.  Crashed at
Umbinbulu Feb 29, 1944 
105191 (MSN 28953) to RCAF as 856
105192 to RCAF as 858 Jun 22, 1943.  WFU Aug 23, 1946 and sold on commercial market in 1947 as
N1197N.   Went through several owners and was modified as a cloud seeder and flown until 1958
when it underwent a belly landing.  Obtained by Ed Maloney in 1960 and put on static display at
The Air Museum.  In 1977, restored to flying status as N85104 with Planes of Fame museum.
105197 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX526.  No RAF service, to SAAF as 5082.  SOC Feb 18, 1948
105198 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX527.  No RAF service, to SAAF as 5081.  Crashed at
Waterkloof Apr 19, 1945
105199 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX528.  Crashed while dive bombing near Agosta Jun 4, 1944
105200 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX529.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
105201 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX530.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
105202 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX531.  Destroyed by fire when bellylanded 20 miW of
Kasfareet Oct 15, 1944 following engine failure.
105203 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX532.  Lost Apr 28, 1944
105204 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX533.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
105205 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX534.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
105212 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX535.  Crashlanded near Udine Apr 30, 1945 following
flak hit
105213 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX536.  Missing from attack on enemy artillery
positions Aug 13, 1944.
105214 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX537.  Crashlanded near Formagine Apr 14, 1945
following flak hit
105215 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX538.  Shot down by flak 2 mi SW of Tollo
Dec 9, 1943
105216 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX539.  SOC Apr 1945
105217 (MSN 28979) to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX540.  Operated by RAAF 450 Sqn. SOC Mar 29, 1945
105218 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX541.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
105219 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX542.  Crashed into Adriatic Sea Feb 23, 1944
after pilot abandoned aircraft following engine failure
105220 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX543.  Spun into ground near Termoli Dec 1, 1943
105227 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX544.  Crashelanded 3 mi SW of Avezzano May 22, 1944 
following flak damage
105228 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX545.  Hit by ground fire and failed to return
from mission May 31, 1944
105229 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX546.  Crashed after colliding with Kittyhawk
FX631 (42-106230) May 28, 1944
105230 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX547.  Crashed into Lake Garda Jul 7, 1945 after
pilot abandoned aircraft following loss of power due to prop striking
surface of lake
105231 converted to TP-40N.  With 2538 AAFBU crashlanded at Craig Field, AL Apr 23, 1945.
105241 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
105258 (51st FG) lost Apr 23, 1944.  MACR 4425
105259 (80th FG, 88th FS) crashed due to engine failure nea Lapyep Ga, Burma
Dec 22, 1943.  MACR 1612.  Pilot bailed out but went missing.
105263 (MSN 29025) to China
105265 (MSN 29027) to China
105270 on display at Hill AFB, UT.  This aircraft is actually a composite of a P-40E fiberglass relica and a wrecked P-40N 
recovered from Alaska. The dataplates were unreadable so the Hill Aerospace Museum chose the serial number of a 
scrapped P-40 that had been flown by the same squadron that the wrecked aircraft belonged too.
105273 (23rd FG) MIA 8/16/1944, China
105275 (MSN 29037) to China
105297 (43rd FG) lost Nov 27, 1944, Panama
105306 (MSN 29068) originally written off and pilot killed in ground collision in early
1944 at Gordon airstrip, Australia and condemned Mar 2, 1944. Recovered from Queensland, 
Australia and currently undergoing restoration as two-seater in
California.  Registration N540TP allocated Jul 20, 2004. First flight after restoration
Jan 24, 2009
105308 (MSN 29070) to New Zealand as NZ3158. Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
9 August 1943.  Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
105309 (MSN 29071) to New Zealand as NZ3159.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville 
on 9 August 1943.  To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944.  Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
105310 (MSN 29072) to New Zealand as NZ3160.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville
on 9 August 1943.  To No.2 OTU, Ohakea.  Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
105311 (MSN 29073) to New Zealand as NZ3161.   Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville 
on 9 August 1943.   Crash landed at Green Island on 19 March 1944.
105312 (MSN 29074) to New Zealand as NZ3162.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville 
on 9 August 1943. Coded "62". To No.16 Squadron. Crashed during a fighter sweep by 48 aircraft over Rabaul on 24 December 1943. 
The aircraft were attacked by enemy fighters and NZ3162 was one of 5 RNZAF P-40s which failed to return from the mission.
105319 (MSN 29081) to New Zealand as NZ3163.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville 
on 9 August 1943. To No.4 OTU, Ardmore.  Swung off the runway while landing and struck Harvard NZ1059 at Ardmore on 
16 May 1944.   The Instructor in the Harvard was killed when the cockpit was struck by the wingtip of NZ3163.   Struck off at Ardmore 
on 23 May 1944.  Converted to INST99 with TTS, Nelson.
105320 (MSN 29082) to New Zealand as NZ3164.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
9 August 1943.  To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944.  Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
105321 (MSN 29083) to New Zealand as NZ3165.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
9 August 1943. Coded "60". To No.14 Squadron. Mid-air collision with another Warhawk during an escort duty on 13 February 1944. 
The aircraft crashed in heavy jungle near Vunakanau, the wreckage being discovered in 1955.
105322 (MSN 29084) to New Zealand as NZ3166.   Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
9 August 1943.   Coded "53".   To No.18 Squadron.   Damaged by flak during a strafing mission on 16 November 1943. 
The aircraft suffered from an engine failure and crashed into the sea near Fauro Island.
105323 (MSN 29085) to New Zealand as NZ3167.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
9 August 1943. To No.18 Squadron. The second aircraft to be named "GLORIA LYONS". Damaged by anti aircraft fire during a 
raid on a Japanese Airstrip at Buka Island on 23 February 1943. Ditched in sea off Torokina on return from raid due loss of control for landing.
105324/105328 (MSN 29086/29090) to China.
105335/105344 (MSN 29097/29106) to China
105344 (3 FG, 32 FS) crashed at Fowyang, China Dec 19, 1944
105351 to RAAF as A29-503 Aug 1943.  Bellylanded at Morotai after
receiving AAA damage Jun 29, 1945.  Converted to components.
105352 to RAAF as A29-504 Sep 1943.  Crashed May 18, 1944 Horn Island QLD, Australia
105353 to RAAF as A29-505 Sep 1943.  To storage Nov 9, 1945.  Authorized
for w/o Nov 19, 1946
105354 to RAAF as A29-506 Sep 1943.  Crashed into sea off Noemfoor Is
Aug 1944.
105355 to RAAF as A29-507 Sep 1943.  Missing during sweep near Ceram IS
Oct 10, 1944.
105356 to RAAF as A29-508 Sep 1943.  Went missing Jan 15, 1945 and pilot
was executed by the Japanese Mar 23, 1945.
105357 to RAAF as A29-509 Sep 1943.  Aircraft became uncontrollable in
flight while on ferry flight Oct 21, 1943 and pilot forced to bail out.
105358 to RAAF as A29-510 Sep 1943.  Crashed on landing Jun 15, 1945, converted
to components.
105359 to RAAF as A29-511 Sep 1943.  Crashed Oct 16, 1943 near Hill Island, QLD,
Australia.  Pilot killed.
105360 to RAAF as A29-512 Sep 1943.  Crashed into sea off Kaimana Oct 29, 1944.
105364 converted to TP-40N.  With 2538 AAFBU crashed 7 mi S of Nordheim, TX Aug 9, 1945
105367 to RAAF as A29-513 Sep 1943.  Crashed into sea off Kaimana Feb 23, 1944.
105368 to RAAF as A29-514 Sep 1943.  Pilot bailed out near Ceram Is
Oct 10, 1944 when ran into cloud.
105369 to RAAF as A29-515 Sep 1943.  Converted to components Feb 6, 1946
105370 to RAAF as A29-516 Sep 1943.  Damaged on landing at Aitkenvale
Apr 20, 1944.  Aircraft SOC Nov 1948
105371 to RAAF as A29-517 Sep 1943.
105372 to RAAF as A29-518 Sep 1943.  Crashed at Kamiri strip Jul 22, 1944.
105373 to RAAF as A29-519 Sep 1943.  Collided with A29-542 while landing
at Wama strip Morotai Is Jan 25, 1945 and extensively damaged.
Converted to components Feb 14, 1945.
105374 to RAAF as A29-520 Sep 1943.  Damaged in crash landing at Cyclops
strip Jun 27, 1944.  SOC Nov 1948.
105375 to RAAF as A29-521 Sep 1943.  In midair collision with either
A29-407 or A29-507 near Megat Aug 9, 1944, but landed safely.
Authorized for wo Nov 19, 1946.
105376 to RAAF as A29-522 Sep 1943.  Disappeared Mar 10, 1944, Gove Island, QLD, Australia
105383 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX548.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and undercarraige
collapsed Castel Benito Oct 20, 1943
105384 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX549.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.  
105385 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX550.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
105386 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX551.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
105387 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX552.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
105388 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX553.  Blew up during bombing dive near
Medecina Apr 12, 1945
105389 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX554.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
105390 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX555.  SOC Jun 30, 1944
105391 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX556.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
105392 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX557.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
105394 crashlanded at Aloe AAF, TX Feb 21, 1945
105399 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX558.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
105400 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX559.  Lost Jan 27, 1944
105401 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX560.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
105402 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX561.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
105403 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX562.  Crashed 4 mi WNW of Imola Dec 15, 1944
after breaking up following catching fire during bombing dive
105404 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX563.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
105405 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX564.  SOC Jun 30, 1944
105406 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX565.  Crashed into Adriatic Sea Mar 4, 1944
after pilot abandoned aircraft following engine fire.
105407 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX566.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
105408 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX567.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
105412 crashlanded 10 mi SE of Beeville, TX Jun 14, 1945
105415/105424 (MSN 29177/29186) to China
105428 groundlooped on landing at Foster Field, TX Apr 14, 1945.
105431/105440 (MSN 29193/29202) to China
105447 (MSN 29209) to China
105449 (MSN 29211) to China
105451 (MSN 29213) to China
105452 damaged in landing accident at Aloe AAF, TX Apr 19, 1945
105453 (MSN 29215) to China
105472 (MSN 29234) to Bruno Carnival, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 1999-2001 for restoration project.
105477 (8th FG) MIA Nov 13, 1943, New Guinea.  MACR 1172
105499 involved in midair collision and crashed 5 mi S of Victoria, TX Jul 18, 1945.
105508 (MSN 29270) to China
105509 (8th FG) MIA Nov 15, 1943, New Guinea.  MACR 1191
105513 (MSN 2927 (quoted as 29269)) recovered in 1974 from Jadji, West Sepik, PNG
and by 1989 was with N. M. Armstrong of Melbourne, Australia.
105517 (49th FG) lost Apr 7, 1944, SW Pacific.
105526 (MSN 29288, (quoted as 29282)) assigned to 49th FG in New Guinea.  Recovered from Papua New Guinea 
in early 1970s and being restored by Mike Nicholls at Woodbourne,
New Zealand.  Tail unit may have been used to restore 42-105861,
but one report says that the tail was used as a pattern for a
new build tail unit. Registered as N942KH Jun 28, 2010.
105529 (MSN 29291) to USSR
105531 (MSN 29293) to USSR
105533 (MSN 29295) to USSR
105534 crashed Jul 19, 1945 23 mi NW of Luke Field, AZ after colliding
with another aircraft.  Pilot of other aircraft bailed out
successfully but pilot of 105534 was killed.
105535 (MSN 29297) to USSR
105537/105542 (MSN 29299/29304) to USSR
105544 (MSN 29306) to USSR
105546 (MSN 29308) to USSR
105547 sold by War Assets Corp as lot 1460
105548 (MSN 29310) to USSR
105550 (MSN 20312) to USSR
105552 (MSN 20314) to USSR
105553 (MSN 20315) to USSR
105554 to Turkish AF as 6019. Crashed due to engine failure Nov 5, 1974
at Etimesgut runway, Ankara, Turkey
105555/105557 (MSN 29137/29319) to USSR
105559 (MSN 29321) to USSR
105561 (MSN 29323) to USSR
105563 (MSN 29325) to USSR
105565 (MSN 29327) to USSR
105567/105572 (MSN 29329/29334) to USSR
105574 (MSN 29336) to USSR
105576/105578 (MSN 29338/29340) to USSR
105580 (MSN 29342) to USSR
105582/105587 (MSN 29444/29349) to USSR
105589 (MSN 29351) to USSR
105591 (MSN 20353) to USSR
105593 (MSN 29355) to USSR
105597 (MSN 29359) to USSR
105599 (MSN 29361) to USSR
105601 (MSN 29363) to USSR
105603 (MSN 29365) to USSR
105605 (MSN 29367) to USSR
105607 (MSN 29369) to USSR
105609/105612 (MSN 29371/29374) to USSR
105614 (MSN 29376) to USSR
105616 (MSN 29378) to USSR
105618 (MSN 29380) to USSR
105620 (MSN 29382) to USSR
105622 (MSN 29384) to USSR
105624/105627 (MSN 29386/29389) to USSR
105629 (MSN 29391) to USSR
105631 (MSN 29393) to USSR
105635 (MSN 29397) to USSR
105637 (MSN 29399) to USSR
105639 (MSN 29401) to USSR
105641/195644 (MSN 29403/29406) to USSR
105646 (MSN 29408) to USSR
105648 (MSN 29410) to USSR
105650 (MSN 29412) to USSR
105652 (MSN 29414) to USSR
105656 (MSN 29416/29418) to USSR
105657 sold by War Assets Corp as lot 1223
105659 (MSN 29421) to USSR
105661 (MSN 29423) to USSR
105663 (MSN 29425) to USSR
105665 (MSN 29427) to USSR
105667 (MSN 29429) to USSR
105669/105672 (MSN 29431/294334) to USSR
105674 (MSN 29436) to USSR
105676 (MSN 29438) to USSR
105678 (MSN 29440) to USSR
105680 (MSN 29442) to USSR
105682 (MSN 29444) to USSR
105684 (MSN 29446) to USSR
105686 (MSN 29448) to USSR
105687 (MSN 29449) to USSR
105689 (MSN 29451) to USSR
105691 to RAAF as A29-523 Sep 1943.  In midair collision while
strafing Jomba Is E of Madang Jan 27, 1944.  Both pilots killed.
105693 to RAAF as A29-524 Sep 1943.  Ditched in sea off Kamiri Noemfoor Is Jan 10, 1945.  
105699 to RAAF as A29-525 Sep 1943.  Left at Samboang due to fuel tank
leak and engine running rough Nov 22, 1945 while being ferried.
Approval given for conversion to components Jan 15, 1946.
105702 to RAAF as A29-526 Sep 1943.  Now on display at Pope AFB, Fayetteville, NC.  Also reported
to be on display at Moody AFB, Georgia
105704 to RAAF as A29-578 Nov 1943.  Burned at Tarakan Dec 1945.
105706 to RAAF as A29-579 Nov 1943.
105708 to RAAF as A29-527 Sep 1943.  Collided in midair with A29-1210
Nov 15, 1945, crashlanded 2 mi NE of strip.
105710 (MSN 29472) to RAAF as A29-528 Sep 1943, later A29-1134.  Ran off end of Tadji strip May 4, 1944
while carrying out forced landing and w/o.  Rcovered 1974 from
Tadji, West Sepik, PNG.  To Yesterday's Air Force at Chino, CA
and reported 1989 stored at Barstow, CA
105712 to RAAF as A29-529 Sep 1943.  Burned at Tarakan Dec 20, 1945.
105714 to RAAF as A29-580 Nov 1943.  To Storage Nov 21, 1945.  Authorized
for w/o Nov 19, 1946.
105716 to RAAF as A29-530 Sep 1943.  Collided with A29-530 during strafing
run Jan 27, 1944.  Both pilots killed.
105717 to RAAF as A29-531 Sep 1943.
105719 to RAAF as A29-532 Sep 1943.  Forced landing near Kaipit Mar 2, 1944.
105721 to RAAF as A29-533 Sep 1943.  Burned at Tarakan Dec 20, 1945
105727 to RAAF as A29-581 Nov 1943.  Crashed off Cape Noejew Nov 27, 1944, pilot killed.
105729 to RAAF as A29-534 Sep 1943.  Crashed into sea off Kamiri Sep 24, 1944.  Pilot killed.
105734 to RAAF as A29-535 Sep 1943.  Crashed on landing at Nadzab airstrip
Feb 8, 1944.
105736 to RAAF as A29-536 Sep 1943.
105738 (49th FG) lost Mar 22, 1944, Solomons
105740 to RAAF as A29-537 Sep 1943.  Shot down by AAA Kronprinz Harbour.  Pilot KIA.
105749 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX568.  Crashed near Udine Apr 30, 1945 after
pilot bailed out following flak hit.  Also have this one going to RAAF as A29-583
and crasheing at Cyclops strip Hollandia Jun 5, 1944.  Could this be 42-105849?
105751 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX569.  Missing Sep 27, 1944
105752 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
105753 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX570.  Missing from mission to attack enemy artillery
positions Sep 9, 1944.  Presumed shot down by flak
105755 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX571.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
105757 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX572.  Crashed on landing at Castel Benito Jul 1, 1944
105759 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX573.  Missing Mar 2, 1944
105760 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX574.  Ditched off Hvar Mar 29, 1944
105761 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX575.  Shot down by Fw 190 near Anzio Feb 29, 1944
105762 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX576.  Missing Nov 14, 1944.
105763 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX577.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
105766 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX578.  Blew up during attack on railway, Pordenone
Feb 25, 1945
105768 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX579.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
105770 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX580.  Crashed near Budrio Apr 17,1945 after
pilot bailed out following flak damage.
105772 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX581.  DBR from own bomb blast during attck Apr 19, 1945.
105774 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX582.  SOC May 1945
105775 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX583.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
105776 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX584.  Crashed at S. Anna Pelago Mar 6, 1945
after pilot bailed out during attack.
105777 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX585.  Lost Mar 6, 1945
105779 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX586.  SOC May 31, 1945
105781 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX587.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
105782 converted to TP-40N.  With 2538 AAFBU damaged in landing accident at Aloe AAF, TX Jan 19, 1945
105783 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX588.  Crashelanded Oct 14, 1944 after flak hit
while attacking bridge
105785 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX589.  Missing from ground attack mission Aug 28, 1944
105787 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX590.  DBR when bellylanded on shore of Lake trasimeno
Oct 10, 1944 following engine failure at low altitude
105789 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX591.  Wrecked at Fano Nov 29, 1944 when swung on
takeoff and hit Walrus R6549
105790 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX592.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
105791 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX593.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
105792 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX594.  Used as trials aircraft by Air Service Training.
105794 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX595.  Missing Mar 4, 1945
105796 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX596.  Overshot landing and ended up in canal,
Cervia Feb 25, 1945
105798 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FX597.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
105812 damaged in landing accident at Fannin Aux AAF, TX Jul 3, 1945.
105831 crashed 2 mi W of Fannin AuxAAF, TX Apr 19, 1945
105834 (49th FG, 8th FS0 MIA May 7, 1944.  MACR 5084.
105838 (MSN 29600) to RCAF as 861
105840 (MSN 29602) to RCAF as 862
105841 (49th FG, 7th FS) shot down by Japanese fighter and ditched 1.5 mi S of Long Island,
New Guinea Jan 2, 1944.  MACR 5375.  Pilot seen on life raft but MIA.
105842 (MSN 29604) to RCAF as 863
105844 (MSN 29606) to RCAF as 864.  Reported 1988-1995 at Canadian
Museum of Flight and Transportation, Surrey, BC.  To Charles Darby/ Pacific Aircraft Ltd/Pioneer Aircraft
Restoration Ltd, Auckland, NZ 1995-2002.  Planned restoration to airworthy.
105846 (MSN 29608) to RCAF as 865.
105847 to RAAF as A29-582 Nov 1943.  Ditched May 29, 1944 at Noesi Island.  Pilot OK.
105849 to RAAF as A29-583 Nov 1943.  Crashed while landing at Cyclops
airstrip, Hollandia Jun 5, 1944.  
105851 to RAAF as A29-584 Nov 1943.
105853 to RAAF as A29-585 Nov 1943
105855 to RAAF as A29-586 Nov 1943.  To storage Nov 10, 1945, authorized
for w/o Nov 19, 1946.
105857 to RAAF as A29-587 Nov 1943.  Crashed at Wama strip Jul 20, 1945 and
converted to components.
105858 to RAAF as A29-559 Nov 1943.  Ditched Aug 30, 1944 after
attack on Kokas sawmill.  Pilot picked up the next day.
105859 to RAAF as A29-560 Nov 1943.  To storage Apr 3, 1945.  Authorized
for w/o Nov 19, 1946.
105860 to RAAF as A29-561 Nov 1943.
105861 (MSN 29623) abandoned at Dumpu, Finschafen, PNG.  Fuselage recovered and shipped
to Yesterday's Air Force, Chino, CA in 1974, along with wing and cockpit section of 42-104959 and
tail surfaces of 42-105526.  Restored to airworthy 1996-2008.  Is a composite of 3 airframes 
(42-105861, 42-104959, 42-105526).  First flight after restoration Mar 1, 2008.  On civil 
registry as N49FG.  First flight after restoration Mar 1, 2008.  flown as 2105861
105862 (MSN 29624)to RAAF as A29-562 Nov 1943.  Crashed on landing at Cyclops strip
Jul 1, 1944.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946.
105864 (MSN 29626)to RAAF as A29-563 Nov 1943.  to storage Dec 15, 1945.  Burned
at Tarakan Is Dec 20, 1945.
105865 (MSN 29627) to RCAF as 866
105867 (MSN 29629) to RCAF as 867.  Disposal from Patricia Bay AB, Vancouver Island.  To civil registry Aug 12, 1947
as N1226N.  Modified for weather work.  Damaged during landing at Paris, TX in 1958.  Restored
1962-1965  To Confederate Air Force, Midland, TX as N1226N  (May 1965-1991).  To American
Apower Heritage Flying Museum (1991-2001)  To Commemorative Air Force from
2002.  Flown as 29629/48.  Severely damaged in a crash-landing at Casa Grande Municipal AP Mar 18, 2003.
Made first flight after restoration Dec 4, 2008.
105869 (MSN 29631) to RCAF as 868.
105871 (MSN 29633) to RCAF as 869.
105872 (MSN 29634) to New Zealand as NZ3181.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
To No.2 OTU, Ohakea.   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
105873 (MSN 29635) to New Zealand as NZ3182.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
To No.16 Squadron. Damaged after tyre burst on take-off and resulting belly landing at Piva. Aircraft later repaired. To No.2 OTU, Ohakea. 
Force landed after engine failure near Ohakea on 16 February 1945.
105874 (MSN 29636) to New Zealand as NZ3183.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
To No.18 Squadron. Crashed into sea near Cape Gazelle on 27 January 1944. The aircraft was shot down by an enemy fighter during an escort sortie.
105875 (MSN 29637) to New Zealand as NZ3184.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
Coded "75". To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944. Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
105876 (MSN 29638) to New Zealand as NZ3185.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
To No.2 OTU, Ohakea. Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
105877 (MSN 29639) to New Zealand as NZ3186.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
Coded "81" and "G". To No.15 Squadron. Crashed near Bitagalip on 22 Januray 1944. The aircraft was shot down by an enemy fighter during 
an escort sortie.
105878 (MSN 29640) to RCAF as 870.  Registered Aug 12, 1947 to Universal Aircraft of Seattle, WA as NL1008N, later N1008N.
Various owners, crashed on takeoff at Hayward, CA Apr 1950 and subsequently scrapped.
105879 (MSN 29641) to New Zealand as NZ3187.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
Coded "R". Struck off at Bougainville on 09 March 1944 while with No.4 SU.
105881 (MSN 29643) to New Zealand as NZ3188.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
Coded "B". To No.17 Squadron. Crashed during a strafing run on the Oamai River on 7 May 1944. The aircraft rolled over and dived into 
the ground while flying at tree top height.
105883 (MSN 29645) to New Zealand as NZ3189.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
Coded "72". To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944. Crashed on 22 May 1945. The aircraft stalled at low altitude while circling a house near 
Whangaehu and crashed into the ground. 
105885 (MSN 29647) to New Zealand as NZ3190.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
Coded "67".   Missing on operations from Bougainville on 16 February 1944.
105886 (MSN 29648) crashed 3 mi W of Fanning AuxAAF, TX Jun 10, 1945
105887 (MSN 29649) to New Zealand as NZ3191.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
Forced landing at Ohakea on 25 August 1944.
105888 (MSN 29650) to New Zealand as NZ3192.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
Crash landed while operating from Bougainville on 19 February 1944.
105889 (MSN 29651) to New Zealand as NZ3193.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
Coded "82". Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
105890 (MSN 29652) to New Zealand as NZ3194.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
Coded "74".   To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944.   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
105891 (MSN 29653) to New Zealand as NZ3195.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 4 October 1943. 
Crashed during attempted force landing at Tauranga during operational training on 14 January 1944. Converted to instructional airframe 
INST95 at Tauranga on 14 March 1944.  Scrapped on 2 May 1945.
105892 (MSN 29654) to China
105893 (MSN 29655) converted to TP-40N.  With 2520 AAFBU damaged in landing accident at Moore Field,
TX Apr 12, 1945.
105894 (MSN 29656) to China
105896 (MSN 29658) to China
105899 (MSN 29661) to China
105902 (MSN 29664) to China
105905 (MSN 29667) to China
105907 (MSN 29669) to China
105909 (MSN 29671) to China
105913 (MSN 29675) to China
To user in Melbourne, Victoria 1990-2001.  Stored pending restoration.
105915 (MSN 29677) intended for delivery to Chinese AF but pressed into service with 7th FS, 39th FG, 5th AF 
based at Darwin, Australia.  Abandoned at Tadji, PNG  Recovered in 1974.  By 1977  was on display at
RAAF Museum, Point Cook.  Removed by 1980. Underwent restoration Gold Coast QLD, Australia.  Civil registration VH-KTI.
Noted 1988 in Air World, Wangaratta, Australia  Registered VH-KTI
Mar 19, 2002.  Registration cancelled Feg 6, 2008 on sale to
owner in France.  Reported to have been acquired by Amicale
Jean-Baptiste Salis and now at La Ferte Alais, France.  Registered
May 21, 2008 to Societe de Developpement et de Promotion de l'Aviation
of La Ferte Alais as F-AZKU.
105917/105921 (MSN 29679/29683) to China
105922 to RAAF as A29-538 Oct 1943.  Made bellylanding on takeoff from
Nadzab strip Apr 13, 1944.
105924 to RAAF as A29-539 Oct 1943.  Made crashlanding on Pitoe strip
Feb 6, 1945.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946.
105925 (MSN 29867)
105926 to RAAF as A29-540 Oct 1943.
105927 (MSN 29689) to USAFM, first as Silver Hill, MD 1965-1969.  To Gunter AFB, GA. On display 1976-1993 at Peterson
AFB, Colorado Springs, CO.  Later at Robins AFB Museum, Ggeorgia 1994-2002.
105928 to RAAF as A29-541 Oct 1943.  In bellylanding near Horn Is strip
QLD, Australia Feb 20, 1944 after running out of fuel.

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