A-model are about to release a new tooled falcon in 1/72nd scale due very soon. Also from the same manufacturer is a 1/48th scale YAK-18T
On the Hannants hobby shop we have found few interesting model kits from the Russian company A-Model. All items are currently marked as "future releases".
Hannants hobby shop have brough us information about incoming kits from the Russian A-Model. The kits are 1:72 scale Lisunov Li-2's in three different versions, including polar on skiis.
A-Model brings us four new kits of different propeller and rotor aircrafts.
A-Model are to release two short run injected plastic kits of this unusual looking aircraft, which I think bares a resemblance to some of the designs found for aircraft in Luft 46.
Modelimex have published details A-Model's re-released Polikarpov I-17 - the in-line engined successor to the famous I-16. First flown in 1934, the I-17 was eventually cancelled depite its initial promise.
A-Model have released a short run injected plastic kit of this very large bi-plane. The AN-3 is basically a turboprop powered development of the An-2. Despite the aged look of this aircraft the An-3 first flight was in 1991. There are two sets of markings as well as a small sheet of photo etched parts.
No I am not jumping on the Anne Rice bandwagon! These two short run injected kit are new moulds from A-Model.
Modelimex have released sprue shots of the latest in Amodel's well received series of 1:32 Nieuport fighters.
This winter is turning out to be the season for BIG models, but I doubt if they'll come much larger than this! Is Airfix's new 1:24 Mossie to small to interest you? Then how about a colossal 1:72 Hughes H-4 Hercules - the famous "Spruce Goose"?
This really is turning out to be the era of largescale WW1 aircraft models, as yet another manufacturer enters the fray.
A new model release from Ukrainian firm A -Model - 1/72 scale Kawasaki Ki-32 .
TRAM23 has kindly sent in some sprue shots of A-Models 1/72nd scale WWII Pe-8- Soviet bomber.