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1/72 - Avia B-534 by Eduard - released - new retooled kit boxing

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Excellent detailing, really I am impressed...

How about the BK-534: Is it  in plan as well?

Regards

J-W

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On 5.04.2017 at 6:15 PM, JWM said:

Excellent detailing, really I am impressed...

How about the BK-534: Is it  in plan as well?

Regards

J-W

for july as the ProfiPack.
/with Spitifre Mk. VIII weekend as the support/

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Posted (edited)

- ref.70105 - Avia Bk.534

Source: https://www.eduard.com/store/out/media/distributors/leaflet/leaflet2017-07.pdf

 

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In 1/72nd, we have a ProfiPack edition of the for now last of the B.534s, this time the cannon armed Bk.534 version. As is well known, it never received the intended cannon armament, but three of these machines in German service were equipped with arresting gear for landing trials for the planned aircraft carrier, the Graf Zeppelin. This, arguably the most intriguing use of an otherwise somewhat peripheral airplane, is the subject of the boxart that realistically depicts a landing of a ‚navalized‘ B.534 on a training strip. The kit contains the standard photoetching, masks and decals, the latter covering three German, one Czechoslovak and one Slovak subject.

 

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