The Hawk is identical for both the Spacex and Golden Astronaut ranges.
Span open / closed
67 / 40 mm
3 15/16 in
2 11/16 / 1 9/16 in
1 1/16 in
Wings change configuration, move in and out of fuselage.
Here's the insides of a Hawk (taken while combining two broken ones into one complete example). Note the wing mechanism and the metal weight.
- No trademark
As a note, the design registration document for the Hawk (linked below) is dated 22 August 1969 and still shows a version without a trademark.
Prototypes & Mockups
Spacex card back photograph shows a Hawk that appears to have a thicker nose and slightly shorter wings that enter further into the fuselage than the production model. The lighter blue striping appears to have been retouched in the photograph.
A direct origin for the Hawk hasn't been found yet. However, the body of the Hawk bears quite a resemblance to that of the Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter, which was transformed into the "Arrowhead" fighter by TV21, which in turn could be the next step towards the Hawk design.