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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2001
1:72 Lippisch Li.P.13B Luft '46 Ramjet concept. In 1944, Germany started to face the fuel shortage problem. Dr. Alexander Lippisch and his design team had proceeding with the P.13a design in Austria and he though to try 'coal' to be a new kind of fuel for his ramjet fighter concepts. A hexagonal shape combustion chamber was selected for coal filling from a center top but it was no way to fit into the P.13a fuselage. So the differen... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £24.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2025
1:72 Arado Ar-E.581-4. In 1943, Arado began work on series of the Ar E.555 flying wing bomber project. This flying wing configuration was thought to be the best design to fulfill a requirement of high speed, heavy loading and long-range aviation. Due to the design acceptance by the Reichsluftfahrt Ministerium (State Ministry for Aviation) in early 1944, the Arado design team scaled down the same configuration to design a smaller si... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £24.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2004
1:72 Mikoyan MiG-105-11 EPOS Soviet Space-plane / Lifting body project. In 1964, ex-USSR defense unit issued a 5-years military space plan, that included the 'Spiral' space-plane project. The MiG 105-11 EPOS was planned as an experimental manned spacecraft, that was under development in Mikoyan bureau as a part of the Spiral program. The Spiral space system consisted of an orbital spacecraft (MiG 105) with a rocket booster and supe... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £34.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2008
1:72 Doak VZ-4DA Archaeopteryx of tilt-ducts VTOL. The Doak Model 16 was the first aircraft to demonstrate the tilt duct concept. In 1956, U.S. Army ordered a prototype, indicated VZ-4DA. The configuration was the tilting duct blower where located at each wing tip, pointing vertical for take off and landing, and rotated to the horizontal for forward flight. Engine exhaust was deflected at the fuselage rear for pitch control. To lim... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £34.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2015
1:72 Northrop M2-F2 First powered Lifting body. In 1957, NASA had investigated the problems associated with re-entry from space of missile nose cone. Engineers conceived the lifting body idea that by modifying a cone shape, aerodynamic lift could be produced to fly back from space rather than plunge to the earth. This study led to the design known as the M-2, a 'M'odified half-cone, rounded on bottom and flat on top, with twin tail... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £34.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2014
1:72 Northrop HL-10 The fastest Lifting body. In 1962, NASA started a program to build a lightweight, powerless lifting body, the M2-F1 as a prototype to study the wingless vehicle concept. It was designed to demonstrate the ability of pilots to maneuver in the atmosphere, and safety landing after reentry from space. With the success of the M2-F1 program, which led to NASA's development of two heavyweight, powered lifting bodies, t... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £34.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2091
1:72 Fokker V-8 German 5-wing experimental fighter. In February 1917, the British Sopwith triplane began to appear over the Western Front. The Sopwith proved itself superior to the German Albatros biplane fighters. Anthony Fokker responded by his first triplane fighting machine, the Fokker Dr.I Triplane which developed from the V-6 prototypes. Compared to the Albatros and Pfalz fighters, the Dr.1 offered exceptional maneuverability... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £34.99 Out of Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2002
1:72 Bell X-22 Tilting ducts VTOL experiment. During early 1950s, Bell Aircraft began studying conventional propeller and jet design. In 1957, Bell signed contract from Navy for design of ducted propeller assault transport with VTOL capability. This study also caught attention of the Air Force, Marine Corp and Army, and joined for study during 1959. In 1962, Bell and Navy signed contract for the new test-bed, designated X-22. Its d... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £37.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2005
1:72 Curtiss-Wright X-19 Tilt-propellers VTOL experiment. In 1958, Curtiss-Wright started the four passengers VTOL commercial aircraft program without any government support. It was designed with a tilting propeller at each wing tip that a nacelle could rotate in pointing vertical for take off and landing and pointing horizontal for cruise. When the two prototypes were almost completed, Curtiss-Wright decided to offer these two air... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £37.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2042
1:72 Blohm-und-Voss FG.227 flying boat/seaplane. In 1941, after success of the giant BV.222, Blohm-und-Voss was commissioned to design a larger and more capable flying boat, the BV.238. As it was the largest flying boat ever constructed at that time, Blohm-und-Voss engineers could not determined its aerodynamic and hydrodynamic abilities. In order to avoid the risks taken with a full sized BV.238 prototype, it was decided to constr... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £37.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2043
1:72 Bell XHSL-1 ASW Helicopter. In 1950, the U.S. Navy launched a competition for a new helicopter to be designed specifically for the Anti-Submarine Warfare role as the existing helicopter inventory could not accomplished the ASW mission. Bell proposed its first and only tandem-rotors design, the Model 61, and won the competition. A contract was signed for three prototypes which were designated XHSL-1. First flight was made in 19... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £37.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2053
1:72 Douglas D-558-3 Skyflash. In early 1950's, a several high-speed flight researches were being proceeded by different agencies, the NACA's hypersonic research, the Air Force's Project 1226 and the Navy's D-558 program. In 1954, Langley team of NACA gathered those similar researches from military services and aerospace industries, combined with the Air Force and Navy to launch the new 'Project 1226' competition. As Navy liked to ... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £37.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2062
1:72 Platt Le Page XR-1 first U.S.Army helicopter. Aircraft History and Specification. In 1937, two engineers, Laurence LePage and Haviland Platt, traveled to Germany to view the Focke FA-61 tandem-rotor helicopter. There they obtained an option to build the Focke helicopter in U.S., but deteriorating conditions between two governments prevented the deal from going through. After returning to the U.S., they formed Platt LePage Airc... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £37.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2079
1:72 McDonnell Blue Gemini. In 1961, after success of the Mercury spacecraft launch, NASA contracted McDonnell to design a larger two-man Mercury mark II for longer periods in orbit. This bigger spacecraft which soon renamed Gemini that require a larger launch vehicle, a Titan II missile. The Titan II was Air Force missile and naturally required close coordination with the Air Force. The Air Force was interested in the Gemini progr... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £37.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2108
1:72 Mizuno Jinryu Anti-tank suicide glider. In early 1945, Japan's geography were able to predict the Allied invasion plans accurately and thus planned an all-out defensive plan of home islands accordingly. The Imperial Japanese Navy issued requirement for a rocket-powered anti-tank suicide glider to Naval Air Arsenal. The glider was designed to be launched from coastal air bases and caves, and fly towards the Allies LCA or M4 She... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £37.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2049
1:72 Convair XP-81 In 1943, USAAF issued a specification for a long-range jet powered fighter which could be flight across the Pacific to escort bombers to Japan. Consolidated Vultee Aircraft (Convair) responded with the new design which was powered by a combination of the turboprop and jet engine units, while Navy was also working on the same theory with the Curtiss XF15C-1 and the Ryan FR-1. The configuration was a nose mounted t... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £47.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2048
1:72 Douglas XA2D-1 Skyshark. In June 1945, with the success of the high performance AD Skyraider, Navy asked Douglas to design a new version of the AD with turboprop power, and selected Allison to design the power-plant. Allison proposed to install a pair of nose mounted engines to drive a pair of contra-rotating propellers. In cruise flight, one of the engine and prop could be shut down to increase its flight range. In 1947, two ... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £47.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2039
1:72 North-American YF-93A. In 1946, USAF recognized all the early jet fighters were lacked sufficient range to escort bombers to the target. So the proposal for a penetration fighter were requested. In 1947, North-American responded with the proposal for a revised version of North-American F-86A, which the fuselage size was enlarged for bigger internal fuel tanks to increase its range. The extra fuel increased weight so the more p... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £47.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2026
1:72 Rockwell International XFV-12A U.S. Navy VTOL fighter. In 1972, U.S. Navy issued a request for the proposals of the next generation V/STOL close-support fighter on alternate the McDonnell-Douglas AV-8A. It was requested with supersonic speed capability, and enables to operate from small ships. Rockwell International responded with the 'thrust-augmented wing' design. This concept led to Navy's interest and was fully funded for ... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £47.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2050
1:72 Vought XF7U-1 Cutlass. In June 1945, U.S. Navy launched competition for a fighter able to fly at 600 mph high speed. Vought submitted the Model V-346 design which was based from German Arado's tailless fighter documents. Vought's engineers believed that deleting the tailplane would solve aerodynamic problem to increase maximum speed. In June 1946, Navy chose Vought's design as the winner and ordered three prototypes, designate... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £47.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2056
1:72 McDonnell XP-67 Moonbat. In 1939, USAAF issued a specification 'R-40' for a long-range twin-engine fighter. McDonnell submitted company's first design but was rejected. McDonnell modified the design and resubmitted to USAAF in 1941. This time it was accepted and received order for two prototypes, designated XP-67. The XP-67 was created an unusual looking that the fuselage and the engine nacelles were merged together in order t... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £47.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2066
1:72 I.A.I. Lavi. In the end of 1970s, the Israel Defense Force perceived that the IAI Kfir was no solution for future growth. So it announced the requirement for a new combat aircraft which powered by a much more powerful engine and compactable to carry more armament. In February 1980, IAI launched the Lavi program. The development phase was to involve five prototypes, the B-01/-02 was two-seats trainer, and B-03/-04/-05 were sing... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £47.99 Out of Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2064
1:72 Curtiss XP-60C / XP-60EIn 1940, Curtiss proposed a initial design for the eventual replacement for the Curtiss P-40 to the USAAF. It was inverted the continental engine to the Curtiss P-40 fuselage and tail assembly. This proposal was accepted and a contract for two prototypes, XP-53 was issued. At the end of 1940, USAAF modified order to install the XP-53 with British Merlin engine. The prototype was redesignated XP-60. Due t... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £47.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2074
1:72 Convair XA-41. In 1942, USAAF requested for a single-seat dive bomber design that powered by the new Pratt & Whitney XR4360 engine. The Vultee proposed their Model 90, and was awarded a contract for two prototypes, designated XA-41. After a mockup inspected in March 1943, the USAAF decided that it no longer needed dive bombers and changed the contract for a low-level ground attack aircraft instead. By this time, Vultee had mer... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £47.99 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2076
1:72 Curtiss XP-62. In January 1941, the USAAC issued a requirement for a new heavily-armed, high-performance interceptor fighter. The fighter was to be powered by the under developed 2300 hp Wright 'Duplex Cyclone' twin-row radial engine. This was the heaviest engine to be mounted in a fighter, and was the same engine to power the Boeing B-29A Superfortress bomber. Built-in armament was comprised no less than eight 20-mm cannon. C... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £47.99 - In Stock