Great work on AMX (and on GAZ-AA too).
And now time for the next batch of stuff I'm currently trying to finish, and that's WiP for too long time.
It has to be noted, that these drawings are derived from earlier drawings of Gollevainen and WhyMe, although with certain alterations.
Antonov An-2, produced on license also in Poland and China.
Antonov An-2F/An-2NAK - artillery observation version created in late 1940s, it's development was cut short when helicopters demonstrated much greater flexibility in that task. Only two were built and were later used by Antonov's Design Bureau for auxiliary and research-related duties.
Antonov An-2V/An-4 - seaplane version.
Antonov An-6 'Meteo' - high altitude meteorological research and weather reconnaissance aircraft with turbocharged engine, allowing it to reach altitudes around 11.000 meters (World altitude record in its category unbroken until 2004).
Antonov An-2M - modified version with different tail, and significant internal changes, in production in Russia in 1980s.
Antonov An-3 - turboprop conversion created in the final years of the Soviet Union and shelved for significant period, but apparently gaining popularity nowadays.
These East German ones You essentially know, but military ones have been repainted thanks to Glorfindel, who have kindly provided me with more-fitting camouflage colors.