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Eduard is to release a 1/48th Zlín Z-126 to Z-526 Trenér family.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/EduardCompany/photos/a.122154977799458/3366784713336452

 

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Fourth Quarantine Bunny Cup chat with Vladimir Sulc about Eduard upcoming news will take place on this page on 6 April at 19:00 hrs of Central European Time. Theme that chat will be the Z-126 - 526 Trener family in 1/48 scale.
Shortly before that event will be posted related gallery. Your questions can be simply written as comments under particular images in the gallery.

 

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Great news, Zlin Trainer family was operated by numerous air forces and para military organizations. Not but, please Eduard make Arado 96/Avia C.2, in my opinion very important

plane that has been poorly kitted due to its significance as primary advanced trainer of the Luftwaffe, has both Czech connection due to local Avia production, both during and

after the war.

Follow Trainer family with Arado 96 please!

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Source: https://www.facebook.com/EduardCompany/posts/3368637419817848

 

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we are introducing the 1/48th scale Trener project today. I understand, this is very, very Czech or, better said, Czechoslovak project, not so much interesting for abroad modelers. However, it is good to know, that Treners were flown in many countries worldwide, in significant amounts. These trainers, which is a meaning of the name Trenér, served in France, Italy, Great Britain, as well as in Germany, Poland, Yugoslavia, Soviet Union and in many, many other countries. And, they serve even today.

About the project:
- You can see many versions here. Which is not all, because these version have even more subversions. Note most of these subversions served with two various engines, with Minor 6-III first, and latter were modernized using the M-137 engine. Both engines including cowlings are going to be included in all these single kits.
- These aircraft were and they still are very variable. So, if do you understand Trener variants, and if yes, you have all my respect, don´t warry if you will see anything incorrect in the pictures. All parts to build correct configuration will be included!
- All the small parts will be included in common parts frames, as in most other Eduard kits.
- The only exception is Z-526AFS, which is prepared to have exclusive set of unique frames.

 

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WOW! That might be enough to get me back into 1/48 for at least one model.

 

If they do a civil packaging and include decals for Z-126 OK-IFG in the last colours she wore before going to a museum, I'm definitely in:

 

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On 4/8/2020 at 10:54 AM, Work In Progress said:

Oh, yes please. I'm pretty much legally required to do Z-526A G-AWAR in British aerobatic team colours, June 1970. And possibly a fixed-gear 226 too.

Complete with the Very Special Display Base, no doubt.

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2 hours ago, HMSLion said:

Complete with the Very Special Display Base, no doubt.

Just floated the idea with @rs2man to do a "before", "during" and "after" tryptych. I mean, I'm probably going to need custom decals anyway so I may as well get some use out of them

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I am really looking forward to this kit. The military version C-5/105/205 are going to be a must for me. Plus the glider tugs.

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