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Anigrand Craftswork ANIG2076

ANIG2076
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  • ANIG2076
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Description:
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. Curtiss proposal was submitted to the Army in April 1941. In June, the Army ordered two prototypes under the designation XP-62. The USAAC placed an order for 100 P-62s in May 1942, but then cancelled that order in July. The cancellation was issued because the P-62 production would have interfered with the Curtiss licensed product
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Manufacturer:
Anigrand Craftswork
Code Number:
ANIG2076
Scale:
1:72
Item type:
Aircraft kits (resin)
Price:
£47.99
Order Quantity:
Quantity In Stock:
In Stock 1
Availability:
This will usually be dispatched within 24/48 hours of receiving your order
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Department:
Catalogue



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