Ron Garcia Not a very enjoyable build for me. Way too much PE for such a small kit. I wanted a T-60 and was not interested in the interior so I left it out. If you choose this option, you only need to add parts Bc34 and Ej1. The PE in general is very flimsy and way too easy to bend. Parts like PE 15 and PE 17 don't have bending guides so it's difficult to get the correct shape the first time - and there are two and four of these to make respectively. The other PE pieces on the fenders are microscopic. An optivisor is a must. I ended up leaving some of the PE off near the build as I said enough is enough. The PE grill cover didn't fit perfectly. It was probably due to the fiddly fit of the pieces under it that ended up interfering with it. PE 20 that fits over the grill was so bent by the time I cut it out of the PE fret -did I mention the PE is flimsy? - I almost discarded it. The plastic is also very soft. Usually I don't mind this, but the gun barrel Bc4 was a bit warped and hard to clean up because where it attached to the sprue leaving small divots in it. I have never said this before about a build, but the barrel should be disguarded for a metal one if available. Overall, the finished kit looks nice, but it is way too overengineered. I don't recommend it unless 1) you're like me and really want a T-60 in your collection or 2) you have a lot of experience working with really small parts. Glad to be done with this one!
1. March, 01:02
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