Martin I see what you mean now with the landig gear. That's the kit's only flaw I can see, without any further knowledge of WW2 aircraft. To me it looks close enough to a Bf 109F...
A while ago, I noticed I was beginning to suffer from AMS. I tried to stop that and decided to try and build as much OOB as possible, even if that means having some flaws on a model.
20. November 2012 at 17:53:11
Martin By the way, if any of you knows of any reviews please attach them to the product. I couldn't find any, except the one already attached to the reissue "full option" kit 71053.
20. November 2012 at 18:04:32
Bill Gilman What's important is that you have fun, and are proud of your work! OOB is OK! So is AMS - this is why modeling is such a great hobby!
21. November 2012 at 06:27:52
Martin I totally agree. I used to make a big fuss about a model being incorrectly detailed, but now I only make easy corrections and just build for fun. Of course I do respect those who spend a lot of time making alterations and superdetailing their models, but it's just not for me...
Modelling sure is a great hobby for any skill.
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