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1:72 PZL 42- Polish Light Bomber inbox

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Quick look at the recent release from IBG Models- PZL 42 in 1:72 scale. Rather interesting variation based on the PZL 23A kit (released simultaneously), cause there was only one prototype of such machine ever produced. Let's check it out (spoiler: it's a nice kit).

1:144 Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter

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In my overgrown stash I have merely a handful of kits which are not in 1:72 scale. For now I only stepped out of my usual field of interest once or twice, and that was a couple of years ago. That make this finished miniature rather special, I guess. But is it any good, or did I just failed miserably poking the 1:144? You decide.

1:72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IIa LR

Airfix A02010 + 3D-Kits 72-C002

I probably know what you think- “Another Spitfire? Not again...” But stay with me, I'll try not to bore you to death. The embarrassing truth is, that I never built a miniature of this iconic machine before. Yup, shame on me. So not really “another”, for me at least.

1:72 TS-11 Iskra bis DF "Deluxe Set" review

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Another debut in the field of 1:72 injection molded aircraft kits. This time it's Arma Hobby from Poland, so far known as a manufacturer of a resin accessories and models of somewhat obscure subjects. The newest kit still tackles a rather niche topic, but it's a standard long run plastic model. Double set with additional resin and photo-etched details hits the stores recently and hopefully will replace the old ZTS Plastyk kits, which clearly overstay its welcome. But is the Arma Hobby release any good? Let's see.

1:72 Toldi I- Hungarian Light Tank review

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38M Toldi was a World War II period Hungarian light tank, based on Swedish Stridsvagn L-60 (Landssverk L-60). As far as I know there were no injection moulded kits of this type available in 1:72 until now. IBG from Poland just recently released two miniatures of Toldi I and II in this scale. Are these any good? Let's check it out. Well, at least the first one.

1:72 Big turret KV

Trumpeter 07236 + RB Model 72B53

Rather average model kit of not-so-great tank, plus my limited skills. Still interested?

1:72 RWD-8 PWS review

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If you are interested solely in scale aircrafts, it is quite possible that you newer heard of IBG Models. It's because so far that Polish manufacturer was focused exclusively on releasing miniatures of ground vehicles, both in 1:72 and 1:35 scales. Despite the airplane clearly visible in the logo, there was no such theme present in the IBG catalogue. However, this evident contrast was dismissed just recently, with the newest kits released by manufacturer in questioning- RWD-8 airplanes, PWS and DWL versions, both in 1:72 scale. Is it a successful debut? Well, let's see.

1:72 1939 7TP light tank review

First To Fight PL1939-026

Another simple kit dedicated to wargaming from First to Fight manufacturer. To simplified for modelling purposed or not? Let's check it out.

1:72 Polikarpov I-5

ICM #72053

Rather unusual subject in even more uncommon version buld from not-so-great ICM kit. Enjoy.

1:72 Panzerspähwagen Kfz 13

First to Fight #PL1939-006

Panzerspähwagen Kfz 13. Unknown Heer unit. Invasion of Poland, September 1939