IBG Models 1/72 September Sky 1939 (72528)

Today we are going to talk about IBG Models 1/72 September Sky 1939 (72528). As you can see on the boxart, one box carries several kits in small scale. Such combo might be handy for diorama or just "double-build". We have commercial sample, so it means you will get exactly the same things as what will be shown below. Let's open this nice box and check everything together.
By the way, here you can read review with big scale PZL.
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We are going to start with the biggest model in the box. On the first frame you can see some internal parts as well as external panels.

Propeller is one-piece, but be careful with attachment points. Both engines should look fine as long as you spend some time on careful painting.

Yes, front sections of the cowlings are molded as single-piece parts. Such design should make it easier to get a clean and nice result in small scale.

Two fuselage halves are molded on the separate frame. Note that both come without tail and nose sections.

Inside you will find nice details which should look good after painting. The only thing you will have to think through - how to show all this stuff. :D

Both wings come on the last two sprues. Those should be glued out of two halves. External features are typical for such element.

Note that interior floor is molded as single-piece element which will be enclosed between halves.

Clear frames look good. Top one will be needed for the big aircraft, while lower will be handy for the smaller one. Note that kit doesn't include masks.

Smaller aircraft is a bit more simple, but still should look nice in the finished state. Here you can see engine and fuselage halves.

Be careful with propeller as attachment points are right on its blades.

Wing should be assembled out of three large panels. I like external features here, and it might be a good idea to play with pre-shading.

Parts count looks impressive in both models especially if you remember that both will get PE parts which are displayed on the photo below.

Here you can see two PE frets as well as clear film which might be handy for even more impressive windscreen on PZL P.11a.

Decals sheet comes from Techmod, so printing quality looks great. Assembly manual is typical for this brand and I show all pages in the video-review.

New release should be already available for purchase. In one box you will get two great kits which should look nice in the finished state. Small scale might be tricky for some modellers, but I like what IBG did with both kits. Moreover, it is cool to see all necessary things included out of the box. The only thing required from you is to carefully assemble and paint both aircraft. Moreover, it can be a good break from all these typical aircraft types we are used to build in every scale.


  • 2 kits in one box
  • Nice molding quality
  • Clever parts division
  • PE included
  • Good decals


  • No masks for clear parts

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