Ron Garcia First of four Hasegawa A-7s I've been working on. Chose this one first because it didn't require weapons. Pretty easy build. Connecting the wing assembly to the fuselage took time to fiddle with to get it to sit well. Knew the front bicentennial stars and stripes decal would be tough to apply due to all the protrusions at the front of the aircraft. Lots of setting solution got it snuggle pretty well but left a gap underneath. Needed paint to "connect" it. Anyone with a few aircraft kits under their belts should have no problem with this kit.
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