Kangnam (imported in the US as Imex) does an AH-64A and an AH-64D in 1/35. They are pretty horrible though. The D model isn't even a production version and has the wrong shaped sponsons on the sides of the fueslage. It is really just the A model kit with a couple of inaccurate parts slapped on the outside to look like a D model. Both are dimensionally off and the main landing gear legs are way too long, giving it an awkward stance.
Revell does an older AH-64A in 1/32 that is pretty good. It is close enough to 1/35 to work just fine as well. Verlinden and Cobra Company make update sets to bring it up to a pretty current and accurate AH-64A from the mid-2000's.
The Apache in the picture is a D model without the radar dish on top (only about one out of four have the radar dish). There is currently no good D Model Apache in 1/35 or 1/32. It would be quite a bit of work to convert the Revell kit into a D model as well, but it can be done. Here is one guy's conversion of the Revell A model at ARC to see what would be involved.
Gino P. Quintiliani
Field Artillery --- The KING of BATTLE!!!