Picture found on Ebay
The CzechMaster Me 163S depicts the early S canopy style, which lacks small windows between the two main canopies. It is therefore not really suited to build the Russian-tested Me 163S 'Yellow 94'.
Frank Henriquez kindly supplied the following details and photos. This kit is pretty simple: A solid green resin body with two resin seats and control sticks, two vacuformed canopies, a very basic axle and two wheels and a vertical stabilizer. There's little or no cockpit detail, which are pretty shallow. The skid is molded in to the underside of the fuselage. The model is cast in a two-part mold, leaving a mold seam from nose to tail, splitting the wings along the leading edge. This CzechMaster kit is clearly based on a converted Heller kit.
More information (including a picture) can be found on Tom Zuijdwegt's site.