The French company Caudron developed another air racer in the 1930s. Based on the C.362, three C.460 aircraft were made. They had a supercharged Renault 456 six-cylinder engine. These participated in various air races. Slightly other versions were the C.450 and C.461 and a total of 5 aircraft in this series were made.  

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Caudron C.460  (replica)

This is a replica of the C.460 coded "6989" that  was probably built by a students team. It was seen on display at the Tony Wathen Collection at Flabop airport, Rubidoux, California.

Photographed 2016 by Cees Hendriks (c) copyright

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Only a few models were released: in 1/72 scale kits like a Dujin / Sharkit resin kit and MACH2 short-run kit. In 1/32 scale a well known classic kit by Williams Brothers.


This walk around page was first published March 2018 by M. de Vreeze ;   note the Copyright!