As mentioned, Azur hasn't done one, but AZ did. But ... the Martlet I is not an early F4F-3, it is an export model with a Wright single row radial instead of a P&W double row and consequently a different cowl and also a different gun arrangement from the F4F-3
the parts are very finely molded, sharper detail than I've seen in other AZ kits. The surface detail looks terrific in my opinion. The colors (esp. the yellows on the decal sheet look a bit off. There's sidewall detail in the cockpit, landing gear is finely molded, the prop is a single piece - no trying to fumble with separate blades.Canopy looks very clear.
I can't comment on accuracy or how well it builds, but overall it looks very very promising! Well worth the sale price at West Coast Hobbies where I got mine, and they give excellent service and communication to boot. While you're there, check out the Resin Art detail parts too.
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