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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG4404
1:144 Armstrong-Whitworth AW.52, Westland Wessex HC.2, Fairey FD.1 and Handley-Page Victor K.2 tanker. In 1947, the British Air Ministry issued a request in the form of Specification B.35/46 for an advanced jet bomber capable of carrying a nuclear bomb. Short and Vickers responded with SA.4 Sperrin and T.660 Valiant. The Sperrin was set as the program backup while Valiant was awarded the production order. Handley-Page and Avro came ... Aircraft kits (resin) Limited Availability £83.80 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG3009
1:144 Japanese experimental defensive airplanes special set vol.2 - Imperial Japan Army. Includes Mitsubishi Ki-109 / Rikugun Ki-93 / Kawasaki Ki-103B Randy / Mitsubishi Ki-167. Mitsubishi Ki-109 - A heavy fighter that was to be used against the American B-29s at high altitude, but the Allied began making night raids at low altitude. The Ki-109 was no longer needed. Kawasaki Ki-102b - A ground-attack fighter that similar to pro... Aircraft kits (resin) Limited Availability £83.80 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG4055
1:144 Boeing XB-55. B-47 Stratojet propeller-driven version. Includes BONUS kits of the Bell XV-3, Grumman XF12F Lion and Douglas XF5D Skylancer. In October 1947, the USAF announced the medium swept-wing bomber program with plans essentially using the new Allison T40-A2 turbprop engines design. It was estimated to give the new bomber a top speed of 490 mph. Boeing submitted the Model-474 design that was started as a replacement for ... Aircraft kits (resin) Limited Availability £73.80 - In Stock
Anigrand Craftswork ANIG4021
1:144 Douglas XB-19 / XB-19A Hemi-sphere Defender. . Also includes BONUS kits of the Tucker XP-57, Bell XP-59A Airecomet and Curtiss XP-60C. In 1935, the USAAC launched a top secret project for a super long-range 'Project-D' bomber. The Army issued contracts for preliminary design to two aircraft companies, which were designated as Douglas XBLR-2 and Sikorsky XBLR-3. In 1936, the mockups of two designs were inspected. The Douglas pr... Aircraft kits (resin) Limited Availability £111.50 - In Stock