This aircraft paper model is an ANBO IV, the unique home-designed military combat aircraft in use by the Lithuanian Air Force in World War II, the papercraft is created by CardPlane, and the scale is in 1:33.
ANBO IV aircraft was developed from the training aircraft ANBO III. The design was supervised by colonel Antanas Gustaitis. First flight took place on July 14, 1932 and the prototype was powered by a Wasp engine. Ater successful trials serial production began. Thirteen serial built aircraft was powered by British Bristol Pegasus engines and were manufactured by Lithuanian Aircraft State Factory. It could be armed with two pairs of light machine guns and could carry 200 kg of bombs. For further information please click here.
You can download the paper model template here: WWII Lithuanian Air Force ANBO IV Free Aircraft Paper Model Download [Box] [Gavitex]