Warren Inman Hi Thomas. I went to sit in my chair in the hobby room last night and saw a shiny square on the floor. I picked it up wondering where it had come from and then the light globe went on in my head. I looked at the instructions and saw that sprue 'P' was just a drawing of the windows with there part numbers on them. The clear plastic piece was suspiciously the correct size for me to cut out all the windows shown in the diagram! So the mystery is solved and I have done most of the windows already. But thanks for replying!
7. May at 22:51:07
Thomas Kirschbaum No problem ; the Kit is really a Challenge, but the Model is nice and the work worth (You van See It by me)
8. May at 05:05:56
Derek Huggett Hello guys. Can you update the 'Contents' for the entry for this model on the database so this is clear for others who may also think something is missing please? (Note: Some of the model reviews attached to the entry refer to the clear plastic sheet). Thanks.
8. May at 08:20:50
Warren Inman I wouldn't recommend this kit. I think the Meng one is much better. It has full chassis detail and the cables at the base of the missile, both missing in the Dragon version and the Trumpeter version is missing the cables. Only problem is I haven't been able to find a Meng one for sale anywhere...
Andrew K. thx. you have finish this model, it's so scary? i have no experience with Dragon models
11. March at 18:28:01
Thomas Kirschbaum Yes, it is horrible! Nothing is really pass or fit. You have many hone down. The interior also very simple. Trumpeterinterior very detailed. I have build this kit for my challenge. It was really a challenge!
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