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  1. Thanks Alexei ! Source: https://propjet.ucoz.ru/forum/18-254-36708-16-1607710239 In 2021, ABM is to release a 1/72nd Polikarpov TB-2 resin kit Box art V.P.
  2. U-2/Po-2 WWII Soviet Multi-Purpose Aircraft (72244) 1:72 ICM The Polikarpov Po-2 or U-2 in the training role, was a standard training bi-plane developed to replace the U-1 which was a copy of the Avro 504. The prototype first flew in 1928. The aircraft would also later find roles in crop dusting, light attack, reconnaissance, liaison and even psychological warfare, The Russian forces used the aircraft very successfully in the night bomber role where the Germans nicknamed it the Sewing Machine due to the note from its engine. The aircraft would also go on to fire s
  3. ICM is to release 1/72nd Polikarpov Po-2 kits - ref. 72243 - Polikarpov U-2/Po-2VS WWII Soviet Light Night Bomber (100% new molds) NEW Source: https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/ICM72243 - ref. 72244 - Polikarpov U-2/Po-2, WWII Soviet Multi-Purpose Aircraft NEW Source: https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/ICM72244 V.P.
  4. Ot Vinta! a new company from Russia has just released a 1/48th Polikarpov I-1 resin kit - ref. 4801 Sources: https://www.facebook.com/mak.bylkin https://www.facebook.com/media/set?set=a.2525260864354468&type=3 https://www.facebook.com/mak.bylkin/posts/2678852222328664 https://www.facebook.com/groups/695711033832473/permalink/3727677653969114/ Pre-order https://northstarmodels.ecwid.com/Ot-Vinta-1-48-Polikarpov-I-1-Soviet-Fighter-p202274722https://northstarmodels.ecwid.com/Ot-Vinta-1-48-Polikarpov-I-1-S
  5. After the 1/144th and maybe 1/72nd kits (link), Arsenal Model Group (AMG) is to release 1/48th Polikarpov R-5 & MR-5 kits Sources: http://www.greenmats.club/topic/3125-kyiv-hobby-show-2017/?page=3&tab=comments#comment-41772 https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1898002190512233&id=1505395696439553 Box art 3D renders V.P.
  6. I-16 Type 10 WWII China Guomindang AF Fighter (32006) ICM 1:32 Design work on the I-16 began during the summer of 1932 at the Central Aero and Hydrodynamic Institute. At this juncture Polikarpov was in the kind of straits that could only happen in the Soviet Union. His career which had entailed a swift ascent to the top post of the OSS (the department for experimental land plane construction), had taken a sudden downward plunge upon the occasion of his arrest during the 1929 purge. Instead of a firing squad or a gulag, however, Polikarpov and his design team were
  7. A usually reliable russian source announces ICM is to release in 2017 a 1/32nd Polikarpov I-16 kit. To be followed. Source: http://scalemodels.ru/news/10678-anons-ICM-1-48-He-111H3.html For the record a 1/48th I-16 type 24 kit is expected by ICM in December 2016 (link). V.P.
  8. Thanks Maks! link It's still unclear who. NeOmega Resin ? A 1/48th Polikarpov I-1 resin kit is reported in progress. Source: https://www.facebook.com/mak.bylkin/posts/2491424717738083 V.P.
  9. Rumour: Mars Models could produce Polikarpov VIT-1/-2 kits. Source: https://www.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1392753120865778&id=568843716590060 To be followed V.P.
  10. Sources: http://karopka.ru/forum/forum185/topic4526/?PAGEN_1=4 http://modelforum.cz/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=68170&start=3360 Ark Models is to release very soon a 1/48th Polikarpov I-158 kit - ref.AK48045 More about Ark Models: http://www.war.ee/modelling_area/view_article.php?id=291&lang_id=1 V.P.
  11. I-16 Type 17 WWII Soviet Fighter (32005) ICM 1:32 Design work on the I-16 began during the summer of 1932 at the Central Aero and Hydrodynamic Institute. At this juncture Polikarpov was in the kind of straits that could only happen in the Soviet Union. His career which had entailed a swift ascent to the top post of the OSS (the department for experimental land plane construction), had taken a sudden downward plunge upon the occasion of his arrest during the 1929 purge. Instead of a firing squad or a gulag, however, Polikarpov and his design team were sentenced to
  12. I-153 WWII China Guomindang AF Fighter ICM 1:48 (48099) The Polikarpov I-153 was the last of Nikolai Polikarpov's biplane fighter aircraft to enter service and despite being the most advanced entry in the series was already obsolete when it first entered service in 1939. The I-153 was developed as a result of a misreading of the results of the aerial combat during the Spanish Civil War. In July 1937 a meeting chaired by Stalin concluded that the Fiat CR.32 biplane was superior to the Polikarpov I-16 monoplane. The nimble Fiat fighter had achieved impressive result
  13. I-16 Type 10 WWII Soviet Fighter (32004) ICM 1:32 Design work on the I-16 began during the summer of 1932 at the Central Aero and Hydrodynamic Institute. At this juncture Polikarpov was in the kind of straits that could only happen in the Soviet Union. His career which had entailed a swift ascent to the top post of the OSS (the department for experimental land plane construction), had taken a sudden downward plunge upon the occasion of his arrest during the 1929 purge. Instead of a firing squad or a gulag, however, Polikarpov and his design team were sentenced to
  14. I-16 Type 10 Spanish Air Force (after 1939) ICM 1:32 (D3203) ICM have been doing many versions of the I-16 in 1.32 scale now they are bringing us a decal sheet for those used by The Spanish Air Force after the Civil war when ex Republican examples were now in the Spanish Air Force. This sheet follows the one for Civil War machines we reviewed here. The sheet provides markings for 6 aircraft used post Civil War; Conclusion This is a great addition from ICM to an already great kit. Highly recommended.
  15. I-16 Type 29 Update set, Seatbelts & Masks (for ICM) 1:32 Eduard ICM are determined it seams to kit all versions of Polikarpov's diminutive donkey. The kits are very good but still will benefit from a little sprinkling of Eduard updates. Update Set (32935) Two frets are included, one nickel plated and pre-painted, the other in bare brass. The main thrust of the nickel fret is a new instrument panel in two layers. There is also a few other cockpit fittings on this fret, and a new radio box complete with dials. The brass fret provides ne
  16. I-16 Type 24 with Soviet Pilots (32007) ICM 1:32 Design work on the I-16 began during the summer of 1932 at the Central Aero and Hydrodynamic Institute. At this juncture Polikarpov was in the kind of straits that could only happen in the Soviet Union. His career which had entailed a swift ascent to the top post of the OSS (the department for experimental land plane construction), had taken a sudden downward plunge upon the occasion of his arrest during the 1929 purge. Instead of a firing squad or a gulag, however, Polikarpov and his design team were sentenced to a
  17. I-153 WWII China Guomindang AF Fighter ICM 1:32 (32012) The Polikarpov I-153 was the last of Nikolai Polikarpov's biplane fighter aircraft to enter service and despite being the most advanced entry in the series was already obsolete when it first entered service in 1939. 0The I-153 was developed as a result of a misreading of the results of the aerial combat during the Spanish Civil War. In July 1937 a meeting chaired by Stalin concluded that the Fiat CR.32 biplane was superior to the Polikarpov I-16 monoplane. The nimble Fiat fighter had achieved impressive resul
  18. U-2/Po-2VS with Soviet Pilots and GP (48254) 1:48 ICM The Polikarpov Po-2 or U-2 in the training role, was a standard training bi-plane developed to replace the U-1 which was a copy of the Avro 504. The prototype first flew in 1928. The aircraft would also later find roles in crop dusting, light attack, reconnaissance, liaison and even psychological warfare, The Russian forces used the aircraft very successfully in the night bomber role where the Germans nicknamed it the Sewing Machine due to the note from its engine. The aircraft would also go on to fire some of
  19. I-153 WWII China Guomindang AF Fighter 1:72 ICM The Polikarpov I-153 Chaika (Seagull), was the ultimate incarnation of the Soviet biplane fighter to find its way into service with the VVS (and other airforces). The aircraft was of mixed wood and metal construction, with a gull wing, manually retractable undercarriage and armed with four shKAS machine guns. It entered service in 1939, and was first blooded in the border skirmishes that took place between Soviet and Japanese forces that year. The combination of biplane maneuverability and modern fighter
  20. Following in the footsteps of the iL-400b is another Soviet corrugated metal fighter, this time, the Tupolev AHT-5, the prototype of the I-4. The kit is originally by Latvian company Nakotne and has since been boxed by Encore, and most recently, by Zvezda. It allows for 3 versions of the I-4 to be built, the AHT-5 Prototype, early type I-4 with full size lower wing, and I-4Z, with reduced span lower wing. Some scratch building could yield the I-4bis, which lacked a lower wing altogether. The kit allows for overwing rockets and underwing bombs to be fitted, but such options would no
  21. ABM is to release a 1/72nd PolikarpovTB-2 resin kit. Source: https://propjet.ucoz.ru/forum/2-74-32692-16-1522582502 Box art V.P.
  22. AirKits is working on a 1/72nd Polikarpov SPB resin kit Source: https://propjet.ucoz.ru/forum/14-268-1 V.P.
  23. Picked up a cheap kit online to verify my Uni address, the ICM 1/72 Polikarpov I-1 in a Maquette Box. For 6$, it looks a treat so far, with the exception of the wings that are far more complicated than need be. For whichever reason, it was decided to split the wing lengthwise, and that means an unfillable line is created. At least it fits well. The plan is to finish it in plain Aluminum - Green over Blue looks nice but I haven't either color on hand. Little has been done so far other than the construction of one wing and the mounting of the top of the engine block to the left fuse
  24. Small Stuff (http://www.smallstuffmodels.com/) is to release a 1/72nd Polikarpov I-3 resin kit - ref.72003 Source: http://www.smallstuffmodels.com/2016/01/172I3WorkinProgress.html V.P.
  25. In all honesty I bought this kit to optimise the transport costs for my kid's Christmas present - and this one happened to be on sale: Special Hobby 1/72 Polikarpov I-15, 'Red army'. I had never heard of this plane before, but I found it strangely attractive with its gull wings and short fuselage. The only thing that appears full size is the engine. A summary of the history of the airplane can be found for example [url=https://www.militaryfactory.com/aircraft/detail.asp?aircraft_id=631] HERE[/Url]. In 1928 Polikarpov was assigned to develop the I-6 biplane within 2 years. For the h
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