PZL-104MA Wilga2000 -1/144 scale
The PZL-104 Wilga (Golden Oriole) is a Polish designed and built short-takeoff-and-landing (STOL) Civil Aviation utility aircraft manufactured by PZL “Warszawa-Okęcie”. The PZL-104was designed for robust use in sports civil aviation, with a strong emphasis on glider-towing and parachute training. The initial prototype, Wilga Mark 1 variant was first flown on 24 April 1962, but significant design flaws resulted in major changes and the PZL-104 Wilga Mark 2 variant first flew on 1 August 1963 (on my fifth birthday). In the late 1990s the PZL-104MA Wilga 2000 was developed with Lycoming flat engines and improved aerodynamics.
This 1/144 scale model of the Wilga 2000 consists of 22 parts, including a detailed interior, a Hartzell scimitar propeller. The doors are designed to be displayed open, but may be modeled closed by cutting off the connecting tabs on the doors. A bashing tool is provided for those who wish to make their own cabin windows out of thin clear plastic. A decal sheet is also available upon request.
Kit includes the body, wings, stabilizers, white frets, bashing tool, and one set of fret in clear (glass).
You may also order individually, frets or the frame.