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The latest release in the series from IBG covering the charismatic Polish bomber is the PZL.23 B Karaś, Early Production. The kit is the third release and should be followed soon by the first boxing in 1/72 of the PZL.37 Łoś. This was a Polish medium bomber designed the in mid thirties in the PZL factory in Warsaw by Jerzy Dąbrowski. The early A version was fitted with a single vertical stabilizer, while the later A and B version already had the improved twin tail. Only ten out of around a hundred machines with a single vertical stabilizer were produced. Serial production of the Łoś started in 1938. By the time it was introduced it was one of the most advanced bomber aircraft in the world. The PZL.37 was used by the Polish Air Force during the September 1939 resistance to the German invasion. Twenty six of them were later withdrawn to Romania, where they were impressed into 4 Group of the Romanian Air Force. Captured examples were also tested by Germany and Soviet Union.

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THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO In for review is the soon to be released Kinetic two seat Harrier. We have beer provided with an unboxed production sample in advance of its official appearance, so a massive thanks to Kinetic for providing the kit. Bear in mind that the kit has not hit the shelves of your favourite retailer so the usual caveat applies in regards to things changing before release. As far as Harriers go this is the first 1/48 mainstream injected moulded two seater of the famous jump jet, so an important release to say the least.