The world first glimpsed Antonov's mighty An-22 "Antaeus" during 1965's Paris Air Show. And in the half-century since, An-22s â€“ NATO code named "Cock" â€“ have prowled world skies as a reliable heavy-lift transport. Two-thirds of those produced remain in service. Now it's the subject of an impressive, 1:144 kit from A&A Models â€“ a brand of ModelSvit Balkans Ltd made in Ukraine. Even to smaller scale, this is one big Cock. At least 215 components span 18 crisply molded gray and transparent plastic trees. All parts come in A&A's standard-size box. So the massive fuselage, for instance, is creatively engineered in six parts:
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