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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
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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
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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 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2087
1:72 Handley-Page HP.115. In the late 1950s, the United Kingdom, France, United States and Soviet Union were considering developing supersonic transport. BAC was largely funded by British government on the design called the Type 223. The T.223 was a thin-winged delta shape aircraft but the cost for starting construction was so high. British government required BAC to proceed with small-scale delta wing prototype testing before any ... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £47.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG4036
1:144 BAe Nimrod MR.2. Also includes BONUS kits of the Westland Merlin HC.3, Britten-Norman Defender AL.1 and Hawker P.1185 (AV-16A) Advanced Harrier. In early 1960s, the British Air Ministry issued a request for a more modern and powerful naval reconnaissance plane to replace the aging Avro Shackleton MR.3s which was designed in the World War Two-era. Hawker-Siddeley responded with a Nimrod design that the aircraft was modified fro... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £87.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2122
1:72 Lockheed R6V-1 Constitution U.S. Navy mammoth air transport. In 1942, the U.S. Navy called for a large transport aircraft to improve upon the navy's fleet of flying boats. In the meantime, Lockheed and PanAm began a Model 189 airliner study as a greater / double-decker version of the 049 Constellation. A year later in 1943, the Navy involved the development and ordered two prototypes. It was given designation XR6O-1 Constituti... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £187.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2058
1:72 McDonnell XF-88A Voodoo. In 1945, USAAF recognized all the early jet fighters lacked sufficient range to escort bombers to the target. So proposals for a penetration fighter were requested. In 1947, McDonnell submitted its larger-sized McDonnell F2H proposal, and was chosen for two prototypes, designated XF-88 Voodoo. The other designs entered the competition were the Lockheed XF-90 and the North-American YF-93A. In 1948, the ... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £57.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2046
1:72 Convair XB-46. In 1944, with the success of the German jet bomber Ar-234, U.S. war department was aware of aviation advance in the enemy. So a requirement for a new design of the jet bomber which tactical radius could cover 1000-miles was issued. Convair (Consolidated Vultee Aircraft) submitted the Model 109 mockup. It was approved and awarded contract for three prototypes which designated XB-46. Other designs in the competiti... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £87.99 - In Stock
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2059
1:72 Republic XF-84H Thunderscreech. In 1950, Wright Air Development Center of the U.S.A.F. had worked with Curtiss and Hamilton to study the concept of new propeller which could approach supersonic speed to a piston-engine fighter. The engineers of the WADC needed a suitable airframe to test the concept, they selected most powerful Allison turboprop engine at the time, and chose to modify the F-84F for this new role. The concept a... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £57.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2029
1:72 Vought XF8U-3 Crusader III. In 1955, with the success of the F8U-1 and -2, Vought started to conceive a more powerful fighter design, the XF8U-3. Although it was similar to the F8Us and carried F8 designation, the aircraft was entirely a new design that installed larger fuselage to accommodate the new powerful J75 engine. The U.S. Navy was interested in the design and signed contract to Vought for five prototypes in competitio... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £57.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2028
1:72 Ling-Temco-Vought XC-142 Largest tilting-wing VTOL transport prototype. In 1950's, many V/STOL aircraft were built and evaluated by the US Military services. Few of the concepts were deemed to have the operational capabilities. Base on these prototypes experiences, the new V/STOL assault transport program was announced. In 1961, a request for proposal of the large cargo airplane was released by Tri-services. Ling-Temco-Vought ... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £67.99 - In Stock
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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
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2011
1:72 Hiller X-18 Tilt-wing VTOL cargo transport experiment. During early 1955, Hiller Aircraft designed a large, tilt-wing VTOL aircraft as an in-house study. In 1956, U.S. Air Force interested this concept and assigned contract to Hiller for the development of a VTOL cargo transport. The test bed was designated X-18. In order to speed the construction process and to conserve available Air Force funding, the X-18 was built from exi... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £57.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2022
1:72 Sikorsky S-67 In 1964, U.S. Army lunched the AAFSS specification, that calling for an aircraft with a high-speed cruising and long-time hovering capability. Sikorsky submitted the S-66 pusher tail rotor project that competitor with Lockheed AH-56 Cheyenne. The AH-56 won the contest but failed to meet the expectations. For intended to replace the AH-56, Sikorsky self-venture developed a simplified AAFSS that used a number of ex... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £57.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2023
1:72 Northrop YF-17 Cobra. In 1965, Northrop began a fighter project, P-530 with a new concept, a pair of Leading Edge Root Extension (LERX) for the main wings that tapered into the fuselage for exceeding attack angles. The shape of LERX looks like a cobra head so it was named Cobra. In 1972, USAF launched the Lightweight Fighter program that called for a small, lightweight, low cost, air superiority day fighter designed for a high... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £57.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2034
1:72 Lockheed XF-90 In 1945, once the war was over, many German swept-wing projects were handed over to American aviation industries. Some studies were reached the same design team which designed Lockheed P-80 in Lockheed (the team later called Skunk Works). In 1946, the USAAF issued requirement for the new generation penetrating fighter which could escort long-range bomber and has ground attack capability. Lockheed submitted their... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £57.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2035
1:72 Martin XB-51. In early 1946, USAAF issued requirement for a new attack bomber in succession to the Douglas A-26. Martin Company proposed its design and won the competition with designation, XA-45. Soon later USAAF revised its requirement for better close-support bombing. Martin accepted the new requirement and was received contract for two prototypes, redesignated XB-51. The first XB-51 made its first flight on Oct 1949. It be... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £67.99 - In Stock
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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
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2061
1:72 Martin XP6M-1/P6M-2 SeaMaster flying boat. In 1951, U.S. Navy issued request to industry for a large seaplane that would be capable of long-range nuclear strike and mining to block Soviet Navy to reach open sea. Martin submitted its Model 275 proposal to the Navy, and was awarded contract for two prototypes which designated XP6M-1 SeaMaster. The first prototype was rolled out in secret in 1954, and made its first flight in 195... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £117.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2063
1:72 Bell YAH-63 attack helicopter. In 1972, the U.S. Army requested proposals for a new Advanced Attack Helicopter (AAH) intended for the all-weather anti-armor role. Preliminary designs were submitted by Boeing, Bell, Hughes, Lockheed and Sikorsky, and in 1973 both Bell and Hughes were awarded contacts for two prototypes. Bell's Model 409 was designated YAH-63, and Hughes' Model 77 became the YAH-64. The YAH-63 was based largely ... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £57.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2067
1:72 Douglas C-124A/C Globemaster. After the end of the second World War, the USAAF found the C-74 Globemaster was a very capable and useful aircraft, and began to consider acquiring an improved version proposed by Douglas. It used the same wing, tail and engines from the C-74, but featured a new and enlarged fuselage, as well as clamshell doors in the nose. The result was the Douglas C-124 Globemaster II. The YDouglas C-124 protot... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £147.99 - In Stock
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