IBG Models has released images of the latest test shots of their 1/72 scale 1/72 PZL.37 Łoś
Starting with the Polish PZL P.11a, then entire P.11 family should be following soon in 1/72 in a new announcement from IBG.
IBG Models has released CAD images of their latest project the 1/72 scale PZL.37 Łoś
IBG has released CAD images for the interior of their 1/72 future release the PZL.37B Łoś [Mouse]
IBG Models will be releasing a 1/72 scale PZL Karaś II Polish Light Bomber in the first quarter of 2018
IBG has revealed another future release of the 1/72 RWD-8 PWS, this time in the service of Hungary and Romania
IBG have unveiled a bit their new 1:72 scale kit - the PZL.37B Łoś (eng. Moose).
IBG Models have just published the boxart of another boxing of the PZL.23B model kit.
The RWD-8 PWS is heading back to store shelves, this time with some markings other then Polish.
IBG Models have sent us sprue shots of their latest aircraft kit - the PZL.23B Karaś light bomber. The kit looks very cleanly moulded and comes complete with photo-etched details.
IBG Models has announced that it is hoping to release its 1/72 scale PZL.37 Łoś in the spring of next year
IBG Models has released on Facebook rendering of their new 1/72 project the PZL.23 B Karaś
IBG has released the box art image of their forthcoming 1/72 release of the early production version of the PZL.23 B Karaś Polish light bomber
IBG has announced on Facebook that it will produce a 1/72 scale PZL.37A ŁOŚ , a Polish built light bomber
IBG Models have published on their website some photos showing sprues of the newly tooled 1/72 kits of the Polish pre-ww2 light bombers: PZL 23A Karaś and prototype PZL 42.
Some exciting news from IBG with two small scale World War 2 light Polish Bombers.
Some time ago we have announced a new model kit of the Polish liason and trainer aircraft RWD-8. As the producer states on their site the kit, in both announced options, is almost ready.
RWD-8 was the Polish liaison aircraft of the 1930's. As a stable and easy to handle plane it was also widely used for training purposes in both aeroclubs and Air Force flying schools.
Mr. Andrzej Andrzejewski from IBG Models has kindly sent us a preview of their incoming 1:72 scale airplane model kits. As a newly tooled kits these will be for sure warmly welcomed by many of us.