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  1. Hi, what WW2 planes were produced by italia POLISTIL company? Here is incompleted list missing numbers KA8 and KA9. Maybe KA11 and more: https://www.scalemates.com/search.php?fkSECTION[]=Kits&fkCOMPNAME[]="Polistil"&q=*&fkTYPENAME[]="Full kits"&fkGROUPS[]="Aircraft"&fkSCALENORMALISED[]="1:00072" KA1 to KA6 are single prop fighters in old red-yellow sripe boxes. All from 1974? Some or all have raised panel lines. Spitfire, Fiat and Kittyhawk can confirm by photos. KA7 and KA10 are two engines planes in two blue line boxes. Both from 1977. Scalemates database is uncomplete, KA7 was missed to and added to the database by me. I tried search google and ebay for more Polistil types without success. Have Beaufighter and Whirlwind engraved panel lines? thanks Lukas
  2. Where are? All 1/72: DRAGON/DML F-35 all versions, F-22, F-16 and Buccaneer. Listed five(?) years ago ACADEMY-MINICRAFT - B-29 mothership with Bell X-1 - listed about 1993 :-) PANDA - C-17 Globemaster - listed 2003 CONDOR (or ICM?) MIG-15 ITALERI - Canberra B2 SPECIAL HOBBY - CASA 101 Aviojet AZ MODEL - L-159 Alca and Aero L-52 ARK Models - Sukhoi Su-9 (1946) ON TRACK MODELS - Rockwell X-31 - anounced about 1992
  3. MiG-23B were only small series with Lyulka AL-21 engines (from Su-17 or Su-24) istead of Tumansky R-29. Su-17 has different tail fuselage shape for Lyulka and Tumansky engined variants. But i donĀ“t know if is Lyulka MiG-23B fuselage rear different from standard Tumansky MiG-23MF/BN.
  4. The Cormorant must be favourite heli for chinese toymakers. In local Penny Market shops was sold flywheel powered "Helicopter with action sound" CH-149: http://zbozi.akcniceny.cz/vrtulnik-se-zvukem-1459518/
  5. Look at details of their MiG-31 kit: http://ipmsnymburk.com/forum/viewtema.php?ID_tema=38975
  6. Yak-130 prototype and Yak-130D prototype wings. How much is serial version different? image source: www.mojehobby.pl
  7. L-15 tail looks like a copy of the Taiwan AIDC F-CK-1
  8. There are two different Amodel prototype kits: Yak-130D camouflaged http://www.model-making.eu/products/Yakovlev-Yak-130D-Russian-AF-Modern-Jet-Training-Aircraft.html Wing with dogtooth and two additional weapons sprues Yak-130 white/blue: http://www.model-making.eu/products/Yakovlev-Yak-130-Soviet-Training-Fighthing-Jet.html without weapons but additional sprue with different wing both "dogtoot" 336 and "winglets" 339 planes could be build All main parts with fuselage looks same. Prototype configuration short nose is very different from serial version.
  9. Sharkmouth MiG-21F. So early version: http://en.valka.cz/topic/view/51424
  10. MiG-21S would be similar to the early export MiG-21M (MiG-21MA in Czechoslovakia) but without gunpod. Or MiG-21R without recon pods. There are some differences from "MF" like different air breaks shape and panel lines. here are instructuons for the Eduard MIG-21MA http://www.eduard.com/store/out/media/1158.pdf but this is late plane retrofitted to MF configuration (canopy periscope, gun deflectors..)
  11. F-15J Eagle in stock in Japan: source: Platz facebook
  12. Today i meet Gnats in MPM hobbyshop in Prague.
  13. the only modern plastic kit is this: http://www.modelersalliance.com/reviews-and-news/217-kits/265-what-a-cute-f-ck-1-a
  14. About 10 years old photo of this HpH beauty: source: modelforum.cz
  15. Bag with parts photo, decals and instructions are online: http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/image/10321319/10/0 must be released very soon
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