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  1. The third aircraft of the Lithuanian aircraft designer Antanas Gustaitis - ANBO-III. The main differences of the second series were the 0.5m longer fuselage, larger fuel tanks and the larger rudders. In 1931 were built four aircraft (Nos. 44, 45, 47, 48) of this series. Only after completing the model and reviewing the photos the few errors were noticed.
  2. Another one 1st Series, late ANBO-III No41 without the gun turret
  3. Thanks to All Lituanica II after repair in 1937-1940 The last photo of Lithuania II in October 1940. The plane was transported to the polygon where it was used as a target for training Soviet pilots More photos can be found at the link: https://www.plienosparnai.lt/page.php?14
  4. The third aircraft of the Lithuanian aircraft designer Antanas Gustaitis - ANBO-III. The main difference of the later version is the enlarged rudder. Such rudders were installed on the already produced aircrafts. Thanks. To be continued
  5. The third aircraft of the Lithuanian aircraft designer Antanas Gustaitis - ANBO-III ANBO-III - light training and reconnaissance aircraft was built in 1929 for the Lithuanian Army. It became the first aircraft of Lithuanian design to be built in series, with two batches of four aircraft produced in 1930 and 1931 Crew: Two Length: 6.90m Wingspan: 10.55m Wing area: 18.20 m2 Engine: 1 × Walter Mars I 9-cylinder radial, 108 kW (145 hp) Maximum speed: 185 km/h
  6. The third aircraft of the Lithuanian aircraft designer Antanas Gustaitis - ANBO-III ANBO-III - light training and reconnaissance aircraft was built in 1929 for the Lithuanian Army. It became the first aircraft of Lithuanian design to be built in series, with two batches of four aircraft produced in 1930 and 1931 Crew: Two Length: 6.90m Wingspan: 10.55m Wing area: 18.20 m2 Engine: 1 × Walter Mars I 9-cylinder radial, 108 kW (145 hp) Maximum speed: 185 km/h Thanks. To be continued
  7. The second aircraft of the Lithuanian aircraft designer Antanas Gustaitis - ANBO-II ANBO-II - light multipurpose aircraft. It was operated from 1927 to 1931 as a training aircraft for young military pilots. In 1931, after major repairs and changes, it was transferred to the Aero Club. The plane crashed and was written off in 1934. The first model is finished in the style of operation during 1925-1931 A full size flying replica was restored in 2012-2016 and mostly used for air shows. Unfortunately the plane crashed in 2021. The pilot (one of the constructors) died. Thanks. The second model is finished in the style of operation in Lithuanian Aero Club during 1931-1934 Thanks.
  8. Thanks. The struts were done from plastic bars. For rigging I use fine EZ Line
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