So, on to the Gustav that will eventually become Stigler’s G-6. The box tells you all you need to know…
I’m trying a new policy of having two builds from different theatres on the go at any one time. This is a welcome relief from the ‘serious’ work on the Merit CV6 Enterprise which seems to have more sprues than the rest of my stash combined.
Three sprues – that’s it.
There are some lovely touches on this kit (which cost about 20 bucks – or pounds; the way our currency is going there’re about equal these days, anyway). The photo etch pedals are lovely.
Easy to build with a little patience, and everything fits terrifically. The cockpit is a gem.
It also includes what HAS to win a prize as the smallest photo etch part this side of the great abyss. I believe it’s the emergency gear release…
It also has a lovely little instrument panel in etch that builds up over three layers.
Oh, and this my modeling room floor, where I have spent much of the morning on my hands and knees.