Introduced in 1936 at the outbreak of the Second World War the Anson was soon found to have become obsolete in front line combat roles. It was used instead as a multi-engined aircrew trainer and became the mainstay of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. It continued to be used in this role throughout and after the conflict, remaining in RAF service as a trainer and communications aircraft until 28 June 1968.
Please check references and note the different patterns A and B. also the optional pieces provided. Our other Anson products are TNMxx-073, TNMxx-074, TNMxx-075, TNMxx-076, (SEAC) and TNMxx-077 (RNZAF)