Would have been better with more pics and a history of that particular plane especially since it has a British roundel. The allies used the Tomahawk in North Africa - the Royal Air Force's No. 112 Squadron
Wonderful find, and yes this is Authentic. I have viewed the remains of the Lady Be Good (a B-24 nor a B-17) at wright Pat. Also been the air museum in Tucson and visited the aircraft bone yard there as well,and finally spent 2.5 years on a B-17 at the Palm Springs Air museum and in that time have visited Mesa and Chino two major restoration facilities and I can say with out a doubt this is the real thing....
As for the History of the P-40 On the US end were called the War Hawk and are best known for being used by the Flying Tigers. By the outbreak of WW II they were pretty much out dated, but through the lend lease program the British were given a number of these that they designated the Kitty Hawk. They were a fair low level fighter but lacked performance at altitude due to the lack of a Supercharger on the allison engine
If you do a search for a P-40 "Kittyhawk" the British designation for the warhawk you will find some decent pics of the plane. She is in beautiful shape right down to her instrumentation. I do fear the Egyptian military who already stripped the 50 Cals along the the ammo off the bird will come back and start scavaging