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Valom 72164 Avro Anson C.19 1:72 Model Kit

Valom 72164 Avro Anson C.19 1:72 Model Kit

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The Avro Anson is a British twin-engine low wing wing with a mixed wood, duralumin and canvas construction. The progenitor of the Anson plane was the Avro 652 airliner, which was created as a private initiative of Avro aviation plants. The flight of the prototype took place in March 1935, and the first serial machines began to reach the linear units at the turn of 1935 and 1936. In military service, Avro Anson was a sea reconnaissance aircraft. On the first line, the plane served until the end of 1940, and then it was withdrawn and transferred to training units. During the war, a dozen or so variants of the aircraft were built (from Mk.I to Mk.XII), differing mainly in engine power. Canada also undertook the construction of these aircraft, under license. Due to good flight characteristics and low operating costs, the last Avro Anson machines were not decommissioned until 1968. Technical data: Top speed: 302 km / h; speed of climb: 3.5 m / s, maximum ceiling 5200 m, maximum range: 1260 km, armament: fixed - 2 machine guns 7.7mm, suspended - up to 163 kg of bombs.

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