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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 ANIG2031
1:72 Douglas XB-42 Mix-Master. In 1943, the Douglas began a company funded study to a high speed bomber design which was not liked the traditional wing mounting engines. It was an unusual idea to install the two engines within the fuselage driving a pair of propellers mounted at the tail. That can leaving the wing and fuselage clean and free of aerodynamics-reducing protrusions. Douglas submitted an unsolicited proposal to U.S.A.A.... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £57.99 Out of Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2032
1:72 Douglas XB-43 Jet-Master. In 1944, as successes of the Reich's jet fighter and bomber projects, the U.S.A.A.F. defined requirement for the first American jet bomber development urgently. Douglas proposed to modify the XB-42 airframe, then repaired the piston engines with a pair of turbojets for saving time and cost. The contact for two prototypes that designated XB-43 was signed, 50 productions program were also planned in the... 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 ANIG2041
1:72 Hughes XF-11. In 1939, Hughes Aircraft used a special wooden structure which strength comparable to steel for a proposal of bomber design, the model D-2. The project interested USAAF because metal material was becoming a scare by the war. In 1942, the D-2 was ordered under an attack aircraft designation XA-37. Later it was considered as a night fighter XP-73. In 1943, the wooden D-2 prototype was lost by fire accident in Hughe... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £67.99 Out of Stock
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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
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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
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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 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
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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 Out of Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2057
1:72 Republic XF-12 Rainbow. In 1943, USAAF confronted with the problem of photographic information which collecting from the Pacific theatre while U.S. did not had close airfield in Pacific to be able to use photo-reconnaissance aircraft. So USAAF issued a request for a new long-range / high altitude reconnaissance airplane. In March 1944, Republic proposed to modify its civil model, RC-2 to install with the photographic equipment... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £97.99 Out of 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 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 Out of 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 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 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
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2065
1:72 Convair Atlas-A/-B/-D/X-11/X-12/XB-65/SM-65B/CGM-16D 1st ICBM. In October 1945, U.S. Army issued supersonic missile requirement to the industries which received many military missiles technical papers from Nazi Germany. In 1946, Convair submitted several proposals and was received funding for the MX-774 rocket study. In 1949, Soviet detonated its first nuclear weapon, U.S.A.F. gave highest priority to Convair to develop a more... Space 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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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2068
1:72 North-American XB-28. In 1939, the USAAF issued requirement for a new medium bomber which could operate at high-altitude to avoid attack from ground fire. Martin and North-American responded with the requirement, Martin submitted the Model 182 which was redesigned from the Martin B-26 Marauder, and North-American proposed NA-63 which was based from the North-American B-25 Mitchell. In 1940, North-American's design was chosen t... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £57.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2070
1:72 Arado Ar E.340 B-Bomber. In 1939, the office of the RLM launched the Bomber-B program for a new type of medium bomber capable of carrying a 4,000kg bomb load to any point in the British Isles. Power would be supplied by the Junkers Jumo 9-222 or the Daimler-Benz DB-9-604, both were under development. The contract was issued to the firms of Arado, Dornier, Junkers and Focke-Wulf. The first manufacturer to respond was Arado. The... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £67.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2072
1:72 Lockheed X-7 / Aerojet X-8 / Bell X-9 / Lockheed X-17 X-planes missiles set. Lockheed X-7: In 1946, U.S. Air Force called studies for the development of high speed ramjet powered missiles. Lockheed was selected to develop an unmanned testbed which designated X-7. The first flight took place on 1951. The X-7 program was successful. It generated many ramjet datas for the Boeing Bomarc missile defense system and D-21 drone. Aeroj... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £57.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG4001
1:144 Daimler-Benz Project-B WWII project. ALSO includes 5 BONUS kits of the Daimler-Benz Project F fighter, 5 kits of the Daimler-Benz Project E fighter AND 1 kit of the Daimler-Benz P.310256-05 fighter. In 1943, instructed from Reichsmarschall Goring for the design and produce very long-range bombers which would be capable of attacking targets in the U.S.A. and Soviet industrial plants far beyond the Germany, Daimler-Benz combined... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £87.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG4003
1:144 Convair YB-60. ALSO includes 1 kit each of the XF-90, XF-88A Voodoo and YF-93 Sabre. In 1941, the USAAF begun the Convair B-36 program since it might need to conduct strategic bombing of Europe from USA. However, the XB-36 maiden flight did not occur until 1946. Still the USAAF wanted a much faster jet bomber, a specification for a new bomber to replace the B-36 was issued. Boeing responded with the Model 462, and was received... Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £97.99 - In Stock
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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG3002
1:72 Lockheed XF-90 McDonnell XF-88A, and North-American YF-93A. Aircraft kits (resin) Catalogue £117.99 - In Stock
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