Anthony Jordan I have just bought another of these which I am hoping to make up as a USAAF example, either of 33rd Pursuit Squadron, Reykjavik, August 1941, or 14th Pursuit Wing, Wheeler Field, Hawaii, December 1941.
Bill Gilman Yes they are a great value for the money. I also picked up the Zero, new 109E, and several Spitfires. Oh, and the Bf-110 too. All very inexpensive. Some have complained about the panel lines, which were a little heavy in the beginning of the Hornby times, but the latest kits are really quite nice. I've always found Hasagawa panel lines to be too delicate, I lose them underneath the paint.
12. August 2012, 18:17
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