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Sad. That would be a unique exhibit today, although people prefer black crossed to red stars.

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I would not believe the last part about the museum and the return offers etc. , it was scraped like many before.

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Dear Friends and Customers, 

The time is up, let's spread the news! The 1:32 Yak-9 M/T is official now! Out next Silver Limited Edition series kit is about to be released.
What's in the box?

- 99 resin parts
- 70 photo-etched elements
- 4 film parts
- hand-drawn box art
- metal gun barrels
- more photo-etched elements
- A4 poster
- historical and museum photos of the aircraft
- scale resin figure of a Soviet fighter pilot
- seven marking schemes:
 1. Yak-9T code no.14, Fighter Regiment Normandie (Régiment de chasse Normandie) (1 отдельный ИАП "Нормандия"), pilot Marcel Lefèvre, Toula, March 1944.
 2. Yak-9T code no.60, Fighter Regiment Normandie (Régiment de chasse Normandie) (1 отдельный ИАП "Нормандия"), pilot  René Challe, Doubrovka, June 1944.
 3. Yak 9T code no.04, 4. Fighter Regiment (4 ИАП - Истребительный Aвиационный Полк), Pilot I.N. Stepanenko (И.Н. Степаненко), autumn1944 г. Order of the Red Banner on the nose.
 4. Yak 9T code no.48, 812. Fighter Regiment (812 ИАП - Истребительный Aвиационный Полк), Pilot M.A. Mashenkin (A.M. Машенкин), September 1943.
 5. Yak 9T code no.38, 728. Fighter Regiment (728 ИАП), Pilot A.I. Vybornov (A. И. Выборнов), Poland, September 1944.
 6. Yak 9T code no.10, 845. Fighter Regiment (845 ИАП), Pilot  Sowovyev (Соловьeв), April 1945.
 7. Jak-9M code no.304, 1st Fighter Regiment “Citi of Warsaw” (1 PLM “Warszawa”), probably belonged to the 3rd squadron, end of 1945.

When will the kit become available for purchase? 
We are working at the maximum speed but still we need extra few weeks to polish final details and prepare a smooth release. Thus we have to move Yakovlev's release date to the end of October. We hope that upon opening the box, you will understand why this additional time was needed.

How to purchase the kit? 
Look for it at your favorite shop (or drop us an email if it's not there) or contact us directly at silverwings@silverwings.pl. All pre-orders for this kit received and pre-paid by October 20th noon - will be be discounted by 15%. Unlike our standard releases, the kit will be available in a limited number. This kit will cost around 125 EUR (depending on the currency rate) w/o shipping cost and applicable fee rates in respective countries.

Simon and the Silver Wings Team

 

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It is official! The Yak-9 M/T kit has left the Silver Wings hangar and is available for purchase. All pre-orders are being shipped now. If you wish to place your order or simply ask for individual pricing, please contact us at silverwings@silverwings.pl

The Silver Wings Team
 

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Dear All! 

We are delighted to announce our upcoming release, which is going to be a continuation of the British 1:32 series. This time, it will be one of the world's most popular trainers of the 1930s - De Havilland Tiger Moth. The kit will be available in six schemes:

•    De Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth, K2573/24, No 24 Squadron RAF, Hendon, 1935
•    De Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth, MO-159, LeLv26, Finnish Air Force, 1943
•    De Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth, PG-712/2, Royal Netherlands Air Force, 1946
•    De Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth, N6919/26, probably of No 1 EFTS, RAF, 1940
•    De Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth, G-ACDA, De Havilland School of Flying, Hatfield, 1933
•    De Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth, DE745, assigned to the 353rd Fighter Group, USAAF Station 366 (RAF Metfield), September 1943

Being aware of the fact, that many reputable manufacturers have released this model before, we decided to walk the extra mile to ensure our edition is the most accurate 1:32 replica of this aviation icon ever made. When creating this model, we focused on cooperation with the Polish Aviation Museum (which displays the original aircraft in Cracow), as well as one of the most knowledgeable people on Tiger Moth’s we have ever met - Mr John Adams.

Stay tuned for additional information on these exciting new release, and visit our website www.silverwings.pl for information on all of our products.

 

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Fantastic news ! Now I can get rid of my Matchbox kit, which required more than its share of TLC to get a good result (but some did get it)

Hubert

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Very very nice. Civilian schemes galore!

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