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Monday, September 21, 2020 - 01:40 AM UTC
Eduard has provided use with a glimpse of the marking options for the 1/72 scale Z-37A Cmelak they will be releasing in October
” The agriculture legend – Z-37 Cmelak in 1/72 scale by Eduard will be released as Limited Edition kit in October 2020. First release of this brand new Eduard design covers the most common Z-37A variant.
This post is focused on the box design made by Jan Zdiarsky, based on sole airplane artwork by Piotr Forkasiewicz.
Limited edition kit of Czechoslovak agricultural aircraft Z-37A Cmelak (Bumblebee) in 1/72 scale. Focused on machines from Czechoslovak, Czech and Slovak service.”

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Included in the kit will be:
- Plastic parts: Eduard
- Marking options: 12
- Decals: Eduard
- PE parts: yes, pre-painted
- Painting mask: yes
- Resin parts: yes, pilot figure

2131 - Z-37A Cmelak – 1/72

Please remember, when contacting retailers or manufacturers, to mention that you saw their products highlighted here – on AEROSCALE
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