AZ Models is set to re-release its 1/72 scale Focke Wulf Fw 190D-9 next month
AZ Models has revealed the marking options for the forthcoming release of a 1/72 scale DH-88 Comet
AZ Models has revealed images of parts of the master model for their new tool 1/72 scale Bf 109K
AZ Models is to re-release its 1/72 scale Supermarine Seafang F.Mk 32
AZ Models is to release a 1/72 scale B-25J Mitchell RAAF
AZ Models is to re-release its 1/72 scale Nakajima NC Type 91
AZ Models always with an eye on the unusual is in the process of producing two Martin Baker MB.6 fighter kits in 1/72 scale
AZ Models is to release two versions of the Saunders Roe SR-53 in 1/72 scale
AZ Models has released the Transporter version of the Potez 540 in 1/72 scale
AZ Models has announced on Facebook the release of two boxings of the Curtiss P-36 / H-75 in 1/72 scale
AZ Models has announced on its Facebook page that it is to release a 1/72 Potez 540 Transport
AZ Models is to re-release its 1/72 Spitfire TR.9
AZ Models is in the early stages of producing a 1/48 Fairey Delta-2 [FD-2]
AZ Models is to release a very exotic looking 1/72 Messerschmitt Me-1106T “Marine”
AZ Models is to release a 1/72 scale injected plastic Fairey Fulmar Mk.1
Four versions of the DHC Chipmunk are to be released by AZ Models in 1/72nd scale.
AZ Models has added a new Bf-109F-4/Z to what is a considerable number of Bf-109’s produced by this Company.
AZ Model are to re-release their 1/48th Kawasaki Ki-48-I Type 99 Sokei "Lily".
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On the AZ Models website we can find few interesting boxing options of the kits released some time ago and a couple of new model kits.
AZ Models are producing a new line of 1/72nd Messerschmitt Bf 109G's.
AZ Models have released four boxing of the famous British biplane trainer – the DH-82A Tiger Moth.
AZ Model prepares quite interesting model kits in 1:72 scale. All of them will be released in short run technology.
On the AZ Models website we have found five new model kits in the offer.
AZ Models have just announced release of the four new kits in 1:72 scale – the whole family of D4Y's “Judy”.
AZ Model have releases a tiny, but still interesting and uncommon model kit of the Japanese radio-controlled bomb Ki-148.
In this report we present you four boxarts of incoming 1:72 scale model kits which are currently in preparation to relase.
AZ Models have recently released three kits representing different Spitfires Mk.IXc of the „early” type.
AZ Models have released two kits of French bomber – Breguet Bre-14 in A and B variants. Kits are made in 1:72 scale.
AZ Models have released another model kit of passenger Yakovlev Yak-40 in 1:144 scale.
AZ Models continues their „spruce and linen” series of 1:72 scale model kits. Their another release is French floatplane - Morane „WR”.
AZ models has just announced the release of three versions in separate boxing’s of the 1/72 Kikka jet fighter. The Kikka was Japans first foray into jet powered fighters. Only the first prototype flew just before the end of the war. The operational markings are purely hypothetical.
AZ Models has announced the release of a gaggle of 1/72 Spitfires on their website. There is one release of the Seafire 46 and three releases of the Mk IX. There are some interesting markings including a natural metal finished Spit operating in the MTO.
AZ Models has announced the release of four new kits including two Warhawks kits in service with American units and two kits of the Kittyhawk in service with Commonwealth and RAF squadrons.
AZ Models has some great subjects marked down as future releases to look out for. The subjects spanning almost the history of Aviation from the Breguet Br.14 to the Jak-40.
On the AZ Model website we have just found four new sets of 1:72 scale Spitfires of the less popular Mk.VII and Mk.VIII variants.
Once again in this week we have to support our news reports with the stuff found at the Modelimex hobby shop. Company have published some boxarts, decals and sprues of the two latest AZ Models releses which are 1/48 Heinkel He 70's.
On the Modelimex website we can find few photographs of the 1/48 scale Gotha G.V model kit in the AZ Models boxing.
AZ Model have announced three spruce&linen early monoplanes: two French Moranes and a German Pfalz.
Legato have announced the release of two separate 1/144 kits of the Yak-40. One boxing sees the little three engined Yak in civvies, the other boxing is for Yak’s in Uniform. The latter includes marking for an Angolan AF aircraft. Now you don’t find Angolan AF markings in a kit release very often.
AZ Model from Czech Republic have published few interesting pictures of their latest release which is Morane Saulnier M.S. 406 "Battle of France" in 1/48 scale.
AZ Models have announced the release of a 1/48 plastic injected SAAB J-29 Tunnan. The Tunnan has been listed on their website for some time now and it's great news to see it finally released. AZ Models have also released images of the new 1/48 kit on their website.
AZ Models have released photo's of sprue shots and images of the built model of their forthcoming release of the 1/48 Vultee Vengeance Mk I and II.
The Dassault Super Mystère the French built fighter bomber, was the first Western European supersonic aircraft to enter mass production. AZ Models are releasing the Super Mystere B.2 in four packagings: the Dassault Super Mystere powered by a Pratt & Whitney engine. The SNECMA Atar powered Dassault Super Mystère, both in Israeli Air Force markings. The other two releases are B.2's in French AF markings. One of the French B.2's has spectacular markings from two Tiger meets.
AZ-Model are releasing a 1/72nd Spitfire L.F.Mk.Vb, and a couple of MiG 17's.
AZ Models have not released any images of the plastic for the Martinsyde F.4 Buzzard, but they have released possible marking choices. The Polish Buzzard looks pretty spectacular with it's pyjamas on.
AZ Models have released the first image of their 1/48 Heinkel He-70, that will be hopefully released in the near future. The image shows the beautiful shape of the wing and the unusual way the wing roots have been created. It will be interesting seeing the AZ He-70 develop.
AZ Models have announced the release of three different boxings of the Supermarine Attacker. The Attacker is certainly not the best looking aircraft ever to come from the drawing board of the Supermarine factory, but still a distinctive one. How many operational jets do you know with a tail wheel? Apparently the jet blast made quite a mess of grass airfields.
An interesting bulletin from Legato Models who are responsible for AZ Models. They are announcing a new series of models, which they call the ''Silver Line''. Here is their announcement: