- plastic parts
- decals with four markings options
- instruction with canopy and wheel masks template
- Yak-1b, No 58, 152 GuIAP, Maj. Sergei Danilovich Lugansky, July 1944, Ukrainian Front. Pilot achieved 34 aerial vicotories and 1 shared and was awarded with „Hero of Soviet Union” star twice. Aeroplane was a gift from Komsomol members and Youth from the city Alma-Ata.
- Yak-1b, No 5, 427 IAP, pilot Cptn. Pavel Maksimovich Chuvelyov, Sokolniki, August 1943. Pilot achieved 5 aerial vicotories and 1 shared.
- Yak-1b, No 16, 31 GuIAP, Maj. Aleksei Mikhailovich Reshetov, 1944. Pilot achieved 22 aerial vicotories and 10 shared and was awarded with „Hero of Soviet Union” star twice. Aeroplane was a gift from kolkhoz memebers of the Shotovka village council of the Ivanovsky district of the Zaporozhye.
- Yak-1b, 31 GuIAP, Maj. Boris Nikolayevich Yeryomin, 1943. Pilot achieved 8 aerial vicotories and 15 shared. In 1942 Yeryomin refused receiving „Hero of Soviet Union” star and was finally decorated in 1990. Aeroplane was a gift from member of kolkhoz “Stakhanovets”, comrade Golovaty. It was modified to carry aerial reconnaissance camera. You can find drawings for simple conversion in article about the pilot on armahobbynews.pl/en/ link.