Holger Kranich Do it if you like to suffer!
The fit is remarkably sh*t! As far as some friends of mine and me experienced that! But when you feel, you need some practise in filling and sanding, go ahead boy!
3. July 2014 at 13:20:20
Hunter Cummins Gosh D***N IT!!!!!!!!!!!
I am so gosh freaking pissed
EDUARD RE TOOL YOUR FREAKING PROFI PACK FOCKEWULFS AND FOCKE WULFS IN GENERAL YOU YOU..........
how are the 109's though??
3. July 2014 at 13:36:56
Christian Lehmann I can really agree Holger. I started to build the A-7 at the scalemates meeting. These kits seem to e made for masochists. Very nice detailing but bad fit as well as bad molding quality (at least my kit). The parts showed so much flash that I need 2 days to prepare the parts of tbe first building steps for painting.
3. July 2014 at 15:24:32
Aghis Barberopoulos What can I say, I have already scrapped one Eduard 190A-5, and I have some A-8 in my stash...
3. July 2014 at 16:16:33
Urban Gardini Ouch! Have an F-8 inbound as well but I've yet to build any of Eduards Wurgers...
Urban Gardini But then again, how bad can it be after all? It's not like it's my first build experience so it may be fiddly but it should be buildable anyway. And I've probably built worse kits in my day...
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