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  1. AZ model is to release in January 2016 a limited edition of its 1/48th Z-50 kit ( https://www.scalemates.com/products/reviews.php?scale=1%3A48&topic=Zlin+Z-50) as Zlín Z-50LS - ref.AZ4869 Sources: http://www.azmodel.cz/product_info.php?products_id=786&osCsid=0s3h7ar1c91llkph6vugsnqa91 http://modelweb.modelforum.cz/2015/12/15/novinky-az-model-leden-2016/ V.P.
  2. AZmodel is to re-release soon its 1/72nd Zlin Z-242L "Military" kit - ref. AZ7608 Source: http://www.azmodel.cz/produkt/zlin-z-242l-military/ V.P.
  3. Another Zlin completed. This time, it's an early type of the whole line "x26". It was really relaxing and fast build without upgrading the model or correcting the kit. I made just a few small necessary upgrades. This Zlin flew at nearby airfield - Olomouc Neředín, that's why I chose it I hope you'll like it, enjoy. Cheers, Andrew S
  4. Hello there! Another Zlin completed. This one (OM-MNQ) is from flying school in Košice, Slovakia. I really love this colour scheme nevertheless, the white and yellow is really hart to work with... The model is not perfect, but it was fast and nice build to me. I would like to thank KPM Prešov (model club) for the perfect decals. I hope you'll like it! Cheers, Andrew
  5. Ladislav Hančar (for Hauler/Brengun?) is to release a 1/48th Zlin Z-526 AFS/V resin (?) kit - ref. Sources: https://www.facebook.com/ladislav.hancar/posts/2475582059137412 https://www.facebook.com/ladislav.hancar/posts/2476792205683064 https://www.facebook.com/ladislav.hancar/posts/2447006198661665 V.P.
  6. Zlín Z 526 Trener-Master. Pics thanks to Richard (Scimitar).
  7. Hi mates! Let me introduce you what I done recently. This nice trainer is the Hobby Boss Z-142 in Czech markings. The construction was harder than expected but wasn't impossible. This was the starting... And ended up like this: If you liked it, here you can check out the bulding thread.
  8. Hello there! This is my recent project, a nice little prop. If someone dont know it by heart, here is a hint by a fellow modeller from the Britmodeller: Also, that build was seriously inspiring me, thats why I gave it to myself last year, as a birthday present. Anyway, it was discounted in a scalemodel shope in my near... So, I decided to finish it for my next birthday, 14 days remaining. Whish me luck! You can seen I culd not stand to build it out of the box. There is still a planty of works in the interrior, mostly painting jobs.but I also want to add a fire extingusher, and a first aid box.
  9. Brengun ( http://www.hauler.cz/) is to release a 1/72nd Zlín Z-50LS kit - ref.72018 Source: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=487567791401874&id=440180076140646 V.P.
  10. Finished this recently, it's the Brengun 1/72 Zlin Z-50 aerobatic aircraft. The complex colour-scheme was simplified by the use of Brengun's masking set, and their vac canopy and PE set were also used. It's a tiny little thing when finished.
  11. Zlin 181/C6 1:48 Special Hobby The Bücker Bü 181 Bestmann is a conventional single engine low wing monoplane training aircraft with side by side seating and twin controls. Construction is wood on the rear fuselage and wings with a tubular steel frame for the main cabin area. The aircraft would be powered by a 105 hp Hirth HM 500 engine. The aircraft was designed in the late 1930’s with the maiden flight taking place in 1939. The aircraft was selected by the Reichsluftfahtministerium (RLM) to be the standard primary trainer for the Luftwaffe with production beginning in 1940. Despite being built as a trainer the aircraft was used in the light transport and liaison roles. Late in the war due to desperation some aircraft were converted to carry four Panzerfaust launchers, and others to carry three 50kg bombs. The aircraft saw limited service in these roles with a little success but resulting in heavy losses. Bücker built most of the aircraft for the Luftwaffe but due to the high demand production was also subcontracted to Fokker in Amsterdam & Zliner in Zlin. Hägglund & Sőner in Sweden would build 120 under license, the aircraft being designated Sk 25 in Swedish Service. Post war in 1950 Heliopolis of Egypt gained a license from Zlin to produce the aircraft for the Egyptian Military and other Air Forces of the region, these were called the Gomhouria (Republic). Over 300 being built. In total over 3400 Bestmanns were built. None of the German aircraft survive but a fair few licence built Swedish & Egyptian ones do. The Kit This is a new tool kit from Special Hobby featuring three sprues of light grey plastic, a canopy sprue, a small sheet of photo-etch and a couple of resin parts. Where needed the panel lines are fine & recessed, the fabric detail is also restrained. Construction starts where else but in the cockpit. The PE seatbelts are added to the two seats and these are then added onto the cockpit floor which incorporates the rear bulkhead. The rudder pedals and control columns are added along with the cockpit sides. lastly to complete the cockpit section the instrument panel is added. Decals are provided for the instruments. Once the cockpit section is complete it is added into the fuselage section along with the rear cockpit decking. Next up the wings are constructed, these are of conventional upper/lower, left & right construction. Once together they can be added to the main fuselage along with the tail planes. Next up then engine front part (in resin) and the cover are added to the front. On the underside of the engine the exhausts are added. These are provided in resin and are very thin so take care removing them from the casting block. Once the man airframe is together the canopy can be added along with the fairing behind it. The fixed landing gear is added, along with the propeller and a pair of prominent grab handles. To finish off the trim tabs are added to the rudder and tail planes. Decals Decals are from Aviprint and should pose no problems. Markings are provided for 2 examples; OK-ZZE Civilian version flown by Mrs Bozena Krajcova. She defected to the US Zone in Germany in 1949 in this aircraft (Green uppers / White undersides). UA-46 C-6 (military designation) Used by the Czechoslovakian Aviation School 1946 (Overall silver). Conclusion This is a great new tooling of an important WWII training aircraft which was used by many operator post war. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  12. Hello All, Let me present you the great kit from AZ Models of the 1/48 scale Zlin Z-50LS in the Hungarian "Aerotriga" Aerobatics team livery. Thanks for looking and all comments / recommendations welcome
  13. Built for the Training Types group build. Build thread.
  14. 8 Z-142 primary trainers are operated by the Lom Praha company at their Flight Training Center in Czechoslovakia. Lom Praha conduct basic and advanced flight training for the Czech Air Force. I bought this months ago from Hannants on special offer for less than £3 as part of a big order. When it arrived I was surprised by the size of the box, I had to double check it was 1/72! I'd never heard of Hobby Boss, let alone seen one of their kits in the flesh but I must say I'm impressed with this little beauty. It's a bit hard to make out the detail with it being mostly clear but it does look rather good, the cockpit needs some attention but other than that it should be a nice easy OOB build.
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