• NEW 1:72 LIMITED

    94019 Avia Bš.322.1

    According to the army's request for an airplane designed for aerobatics training, the Avia Bš-122 airplane was constructed. MNO ordered 45 units in 1936. Compared to the Ba.122, the Bš-122 had stepped wings, a different fuselage and tail surfaces.

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    22,50 €

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    94018 Avia Ba.122

    In the spring of 1934, the army leadership decided on the participation of Czechoslovak pilots in the international aerobatic competition Coupe Mondial, which was to be held in June in Paris. Under the leadership of ing. Novotny and with the help of acrobats rtm. Novák and Sgt. Ambruz, a new aerobatic aircraft B-222 was created in six weeks.

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    22,50 €

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    94017 Bücker 131 Romania

    The Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann was a German two-seat biplane trainer used during World War II. The aircraft was designed by Swedish-born designer Ing. Anders J. Anderson, who led all design work at Bücker until 1939.

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    22,50 €

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    94015 Bücker 131 A/B 24 Schule Olomouc

    The Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann was a German two-seat biplane trainer used during World War II. The aircraft was designed by Swedish-born designer Ing. Anders J. Anderson, who led all design work at Bücker until 1939.

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    22,50 €

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    94013 Aero C-104

    The Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann was a German two-seat biplane trainer used during World War II. The aircraft was designed by Swedish-born designer Ing. Anders J. Anderson, who led all design work at Bücker until 1939.

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    22,50 €

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    94012 Praga E-241

    In the mid-1930s, the Praga BH-41 was the follow-on aircraft. However, there were no engines for the construction of other aircraft, so the aircraft was modernized and the ZOD-260 diesel engine was used. The aircraft flew under the designation Praga E-141.

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    22,50 €

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    94011 Aero A-101

    The Aero A-101 was a Czechoslovakian bomber biplane that was developed from the Aero A-100. The type was in service with the Czechoslovak Air Force from January 1936, after a year of service the aircraft were sold to Spain, where they were deployed by both belligerents in the Civil War.

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    22,50 €

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    94010 Aero Ab-101

    The Aero Ab-101 was a Czechoslovak bomber biplane, which was developed from the Aero A-100, or A-101, which was fitted with the Praga HS 12Ydrs engine. The prototype aircraft flew on 25 March 1936 and proved to be not a very successful type.

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    22,50 €

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    94009 Yak-11 / C-11 "Moose"

    The Yakovlev Yak-11 is based on the Soviet Yak-3 fighter aircraft, which flew with the AS-82FN radial engine on 10 November 1945. However, this machine did not make it into production, but was further modernized to create a new aircraft, which underwent trials in the spring of 1946.

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    22,50 €

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    94008 Heinkel 112 V11

    At the end of 1933, the RLM issued a specification calling for a monoplane design. Four designs were produced: the Arado 80, Fw 159, BF 109 and Heinkel 112. The 112, designed by Dipl. Ing. Heinrich Hertel, competed with three others at a competition held in Travemünde in October 1935.

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    22,50 €

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    94007 Heinkel 112 V10

    At the end of 1933, the RLM issued a specification calling for a monoplane design. Four designs were produced: the Arado 80, Fw 159, BF 109 and Heinkel 112. The 112, designed by Dipl. Ing. Heinrich Hertel, competed with three others at a competition held in Travemünde in October 1935.

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    22,50 €

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    94006 Arado Ar 199 V5

    The Arado Ar 199 was a floatplane built by Arado Flugzeugwerke. It was a low-flying aircraft, designed in 1938 for catapult launching and operated over water. The enclosed cockpit had two side-by-side seats for instructor and student and a third rear seat for a training navigator or radio operator.

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    22,50 €

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    94005 Airspeed Envoy

    Airspeed Limited was founded in York, England, in 1931. The aircraft type was practically based on the previous Airspeed AS5 Courier. By then the company was already in Portsmouth. The AS6 Envoy first flew in June 1934. The airplane's construction was all-wood. The wingspan of these machines was 15.94 metres and the fuselage length was 10.53 metres.

    Temporarily unavailable

    26,59 €

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    94002 Avia B-322

    In 1936, the MNO ordered the production of a continuation aerobatic aircraft Bš.122. The aircraft was derived from the aerobatic Ba.122, but had stepped wings and a longer fuselage and was powered by a Castor II-A engine. The first Bš-122 was flown on 10 September 1936, and from July 1937 the Bš-122 was assigned to the training squadron of Aviation Regiment 4 and to the VLU.

    Temporarily unavailable

    22,50 €

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    94001 Avia B-222

    After the success of the Avie Ba.122, other variants were developed. B-222.1 was flown in August 1937. The machine was powered by a nine-cylinder Rk-17 engine which was covered with a NACA aerodynamic cowling, and the wheels were also cowled. The aircraft flew in white and red livery, with no matriculation.

    Temporarily unavailable

    22,50 €

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    94003 Avia Ba.422

    The Avia Ba.422 aerobatic special was modified according to Novák's comments for the aerobatic competition held in Saint-Germain-en-Laye near Paris.It was built at the beginning of 1938 in two pieces 422.1 OK-AVB which was a backup and Novák's OK-AVC 422.2, powered by Avia Rk-17 engine with 350 hp.

    Temporarily unavailable

    22,50 €

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