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meisnerr

1/72 IBG PZL -37 Łoś (Elk) - confirmed

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The rumour has been confirmed:

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With real Star and Legendary Man. Mr Andrzej Glass. We are working on PZL.37 Łoś Project. #1_72 #reworkedscaleplans #pzl37 #ibg . Mr Andrzej Glass is just amazing man. It's great honour that I know him.

Andrzej Glass is famous and well respected polish aviation historian.

Maciej Noszczak is know for his drawigs for Kagero (ie .TopDrawing series) and/or Ian Allan and also from  thecooperation with  Simon Schatz:)

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Great!

J-W

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Oh! Cool! I may well have to buy this.

 

I remember an illustration of a PZL-37 in a book I had about WW2 bombers as a kid. I hadn't heard of it before and liked the look of it. Wish I could remember the title of the book. Might have been a Salamander title.

 

Best regards;

Steve

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Oh sweet !  Thank you for the news meisnerr, it's wonderful times for us modellers.  Best regards Colin.

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This is great news. IBG are releasing great Polish aircraft subject kits. I just realised that I have bought all of them so far in 1/72!

 

I hope that they will release the P.37B version too.

 

I Simply can't wait for this one :bounce: !

 

Best regards

TonyT

 

PS: IBG, how about an injection moulded PWS 10 next?

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- ref. 72511 - Polskie Zakłady Lotnicze / PZL.37A Łoś - release expected in early Spring 2018.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/ibgmodels/photos/a.714356155352698.1073741830.712790215509292/1429323467189293/?type=3&theater

 

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We promised to announce the release date for the Łoś kit in August. It didn't work, but 1st September feels close enough. The first version of PZL.37 Łoś will come out in early spring 2018!

 

V.P.

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It would have been nice to have it before Christmas 2017 :(.

I guess with the Fly one being released, that they are going to

make an extra special effort to make this one as accurate as they can.

 

A comment on Facebook seems to support this.

 

Money already set aside for one. 

 

Best regards

TonyT

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3D renders.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/ibgmodels/posts/1493207277467578

 

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As promised last week, we're presenting a preview of one of our upcoming kits - Work-in-Progress renderings of1/72 kit PZL.37B Łoś (one of the several versions we'll be releasing!).

 

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V.P.

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Great news!

If I may share with some doubts on company politics - too many boxes for me. You have to decide already in shop what you really need... I would prefere one-two boxes and exact variant to be decided later, when kit is already in stash and you have time to think twice.

Cheers

J-W

 

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Personally I will be buying a couple of the PZL 37 Los in foreign service, so no problem for me, but, I know what you mean J-W.

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Looks way better than the two kits I have.

 

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Chris

 

 

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1 hour ago, dogsbody said:

Looks way better than the two kits I have.

Surely the number of details especially inside in new Łoś is really great. However the engraved lines and other details of external surface are a bit too well pronaunced for me. If you look at the photo of real think like that:

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the pannel lines are visible but really not very well. The machines were not more than a year in exploitation in september 1939, so there is also not too much dirt between panels to emphasize lines... I am not very happy about it.

I liked the delicate lines in old ZTS kit of Łoś, if only they will be engraved...

Regards

J-W

 

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The detailing of inside is really great! Interesting why there are 4 engines?

J-W

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39 minutes ago, JWM said:

The detailing of inside is really great! Interesting why there are 4 engines?

J-W

Maybe  different engines between 37A and 37B ( pegasus XII and XX)?

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