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  1. Our very limited production of a (unknown) Yugoslav trainer... our first in grey resin! Soko (Ikarus) 522 was made in more than 100 examples, and used extensively during the 60s & 70s for military pilots training and later also in reserve units. Maybe you seen one of them in some airshow, maybe not, but you definitely know him from Kelly's Heroes (so even if you don’t know him, you know him ). Just for fans of this sort of weird things! Parts (minus engine & vac canopy) with decals Detailed view of all resin parts Some of the decal options, 10 in total (7 military and 3 from movies) Everybody's favorite Kelly's Heroes (and 522 with 'strange' USAAF markings), and some from Yugoslav war movies
  2. Hi, yes - Cessna 195 float version is planned for next year. This beautiful and colorful ‘arctic rescue’ one for sure! Maybe we will also put a pair of skies, who knows.
  3. Yes - Cessna 310 is out, here is a quick info graphic and more details and pictures you can find at our site or Facebook account! http://wp.me/pTxoL-19Z
  4. Decals for B727-200 & Tu-134 in 1/144!

    We just made connection with Blackbird Models and they are now our UK reseller Lift Here will not be 'in person' in Telford on Scalemodel World, but IPMS Serbia will be having representation and official table there. Couple of Serbian scale modeling producers will be officially presented on that table, but without selling items – just as exhibits so UK modelers can see them live. You can check out Lift Here product there.
  5. Decals for B-24J Liberators in 1/144

    This is a very little known part of the WWII. Royal Yugoslav Air Force had a four B-24J bomber detachment in MTO in the USAAF's 15th Air Force. All four aircraft belonged to the USAAF's 15th Air Force, 47th BW, 376th BG, 512th BS, and had all-Yugoslav crews. Aircraft had individual numbers 20, 21, 22 and 23, they all bravely fought over Mediterranean and Balkans and only one aircraft, the number 23 of Capt. Vojislav Skakich survived the war. More about this subject can be found on this page http://www.376hbgva.com/history/yugoslavia/index.html Here in Serbia one good book with complete history about this unit was published in 2006. We, the Lift Here!, already did decals on this in 1/72 scale (decal set 748-LH http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2010/0...rators-in-172/) but now we have this one for Liberators in 1/144. Special markings on these Yugoslav Liberators were Royal Yugoslav flags on the tails and small RYAF roundels on the aircraft nose, and also crews flew in RYAF uniforms. Maybe someone will find these sets interesting.
  6. Two new decal sets for famous airliners used by ex-Yugoslav AVIOGENEX airline! 116-LH “Tu-134 A”, Small Scale Yugoslav Airliners, part 10 in 1/144 http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2011/1...art-10-in-1144/ 115-LH “Genex ’2″, Small Scale Yugoslav Airliners, part 9 in 1/144 http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2011/1...part-9-in-1144/ If you are interested in more LH! airliners check-out our complete list. 112-LH “Airliners”, Small Scale Yugoslav Airliners, part 8 in 1/144 1. Douglas DC-6B, YU-AFA, Yugoslav Airliners (JAT) 2. Convair CV-440/11, YU-ADT, Pan Adria http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2010/0...part-8-in-1144/ 111-LH “The Nine”, Small Scale Yugoslav Airliners, part 7 in 1/144 1. Mc Donnell Douglas DC-9-32, YU-AJJ, Yugoslav Airliners (JAT) http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2010/0...part-7-in-1144/ 110-LH “727-200″, Small Scale Yugoslav Airliners, part 6 in 1/144 1. Boeing 727-200, YU-AKJ, Yugoslav Airlines (JAT) http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2010/0...part-6-in-1144/ 109-LH “7-oh-7″, Small Scale Yugoslav Airliners, part 5 in 1/144 1. Boeing 707-321 (JT4A-12 engines), YU-AGA, Yugoslav Airlines (JAT) http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2010/0...part-5-in-1144/ 108-LH “Airliners”, Small Scale Yugoslav Airliners, part 4 in 1/144 1. Convair CV-440/58, YU-ADD, Yugoslav Airlines (JAT) 2. Douglas C-47A-25-DK, YU-ABB, Yugoslav Airlines (JAT) http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2010/0...part-4-in-1144/ 107-LH “Airliners”, Small Scale Yugoslav Airliners, part 3 in 1/144 1. Douglas DC-6B, YU-AFF, Adria Aviopromet 2. Douglas C-47A, YU-ABI, Yugoslav Airlines (JAT) http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2010/0...part-3-in-1144/ 102-LH “Caravelle”, Passenger and VIP Transport in 1/144 (Small Scale Yugoslav Airliners, part 2) 1. SE-210 Caravelle, YU-AHB, ‘Bled’, Yugoslav Airlines (JAT) 2. SE-210 Caravelle, no. 74101/101, version 1, Yugoslav Air Force VIP (Tito's plane) 3. SE-210 Caravelle, no. 74101/101, version 2, Yugoslav Air Force VIP (Tito's plane) http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2010/0...-vip-transport/ 101-LH “FOKKERS”, Montenegro Airlines Fleet in 1/144 (Small Scale Yugoslav Airliners, part 1) 1. Fokker 100, YU-AOK, ‘Sveti Petar Cetinjski’, Montenegro Airlines 2. Fokker 100, YU-AOL, ‘Podgorica’, Montenegro Airlines 3. Fokker 100, YU-AOM, ‘Bar’, Montenegro Airlines 4. Fokker 100, YU-AOP, ‘Boka’, Montenegro Airlines 5. Fokker 100, YU-AOT, Montenegro Airlines http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2010/0...e-in-april-war/ also we have one set in 1/100 scale 001-LH “Caravelle”, SA.210 Caravelle in JAT use in 1/100 http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2011/0...al-set-in-1100/
  7. J-21 & NJ-21 Jastreb model kits

    Hi, sorry for delayed answer - I was waiting for conformation about UK reseller – and we have one now! I’m happy to announce that Blackbird Models online model store will be our exclusive seller for UK. Some of LH products are on the way. LH is not a producer (and maker) of this kits so the available number is not very big. Anyone who is interested in them (J-21 military or acro box, and NJ-21 combat trainer) should have that in mind! Both J-21 Jastreb (Hawk) boxes have also parts for ‘recce’ version. Acro ‘Flying Stars’ decals are for complete team (1985-1990) but also for the previous acrobatic team from Yug. Air Force Military Academy (1974-1980) – light grey aircraft with red stripes and under wings!
  8. J-21 & NJ-21 Jastreb model kits

    Thanks for the interest for this subject! You can find our resellers on website, I just didn’t want to be ‘too commercial’ here Unfortunately here in Serbia we still don’t have PayPal for direct ordering, maybe soon. BTW, we are working at the moment to get UK seller.
  9. J-21 & NJ-21 Jastreb model kits

    This is a very limited edition resin kit. LHM014 – J-21 Flying Stars http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2011/0...1-flying-stars/ LHM013 – Soko J-21 Jastreb http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2011/0...o-j-21-jastreb/ LHM012 – NJ-21 Jastreb Trainer http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2011/0...astreb-trainer/
  10. LH! Jets in 1/72 These sets are now reprinted at Czech printers and available again. 714-LH “Jets no.2″, US Jets in Yugoslav Air Force, part 2 in 1/72 http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2011/0...-part-2-in-172/ 715-LH “Jets no.3″, US Jets in Yugoslav Air Force, part 3 in 1/72 http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2011/0...-part-3-in-172/ 720-LH “Jets no.4″, US Jets in Yugoslav Air Force, part 4 in 1/72 http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2011/0...-part-4-in-172/ also, first part from our "US Jets" series can be found here: 761-LH “US Jets I”, 10 Years of Lift Here! Edition in 1/72 http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2010/1...t-here-edition/ LH! Jets in 1/48 412-LH “Jets no.3″, US Jets in Yugoslav Air Force, part 3 in 1/48 http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2011/0...r-force-part-3/ 411-LH “Jets no.2″, US Jets in Yugoslav Air Force, part 2 in 1/48 http://lifthereserbia.wordpress.com/2011/0...r-force-part-2/
  11. MiG-21 f13

    excelent build! great looking bird
  12. Very nice kits mr.Sivčev! Good work