Ok let see whats in the box. The well know Tamiya instruction sheet, parts lay out, paint call outs easy to follow procedure for assembly of the kit. Next is the paint scheme sheet provided for each Tamiya kit. Next the decal sheet which is make by Scalemaster for Tamiya, in place of the the Tamiya decals which were thick. These are thinner and better to use. But the only drawback they are not enclosed in a bag but are loose in the box which as time goes by they deteriorate. The minute they hit the water they disintegrate, so unless you have a fresh kit they will be fine, but for me that had this kit in the stash for over 15 years or more may encounter un-useable decals. Even after shooting some decal film they did not hold up. i like working with the darker grey styrene plastic that Tamiya uses. The Dinah I was working on recently was a lighter grey and was kind’ve brittle. 2 sprues of parts, not too many parts, the right amount to make a very nice model. Clear sprue with the canopy, windscreen,gun sight and lenses for lamps. And finally the Eduards zoom set for the cockpit. Next up we get to work.
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