Phil Marchese This box image is unrelated to this product and correct image was improperly remove. Please restore the correct image. This package is a) not the priginal psckage; and b) the collection set did not include this kit.
The image appears on a our two dozen entries as the new tool and is erroneous in each case. This collection was never a new tool release.
8. February, 06:08
January 30, 2020
Phil Marchese No! Someone irresponsibly changed this linked item to a completely unrelated kit. This kit is the 1917 Highway Pioneer Model T Coupe circa 1951. It has been changed to an unrelated modern kit .
Phil Marchese The date of this style HIGHWAY PIONEERS box may be later than shown. Much of the collection were moved to this style box rather the color coded series box. The 190 Cadillac had been moved from the Series Two box to Series Three replacing the 1904 Olds Delivery prior to repackaging in this style unique ( individual) style box tops.
Phil Marchese Circa 1953/4 reissued as Series Three, replacing the 1904 Olds Delivery which was then moved to Series Two in a new red-orange box. The Cadillac presumable was issued in a new design, green Series Three box.
Phil Marchese The original Revell Highway Pioneer Cord was in an individual box with individual artwork. If the that prior box is retrievable by the administration, it should be restored as correct image. The Cord was never in the collector set shown. The Cord was in Mincraft 1505.
Phil Marchese The pagake lable as been removed and a picture of the contents substitued. Is this the policy, to show contents , not the package lable?
16. September 2019, 19:12
Phil Marchese We need clarification for the product image on bagged kits as to if the intent is to show the package tag or the content. On boxed kits we frame the box top. We do not show the contents within the box. There are other locations to provide those images.
Phil Marchese The BSA Cub Scout Offical Construction kits is not the new tool and intitial relesae. The boxing is. Moreover, the BSA edition was likely a Revell product rather that a G&G, being an item in the American market.