Avro Anson Mk.I 'Anti-Submarine Annies' 1:48
Avro Anson Mk.I 'Anti-Submarine Annies' as the Avro Ansons were familiarly known then, flew during WW2 not just over their home skies in the UK, they were widely used also in Africa, Canada or Australia. And at the controls could be seen pilots of many various nationalities. And our SH48211 model kit and its colour schemes reminds us of such airmen who left their often occupied homes to fly and fight against the enemy. The first of the offered options is a No.321 (Dutch) Sqn machine while the second one was used by Poles while at the No.6 Air Observer & Navigator School. The final option is a machine bearing Free French markings and operated over West Africa. The model is based on an earlier release, however most of the resin parts are now made of injected styrene and can be found on two new sprues. The kit also comes with a fret of pre-coloured etches.