So, a thirty year old kit, painted with thirty year old enamels and wearing twenty-five year old decals… bit of an ‘old skool’ project wouldn’t you say ?
There honestly isn’t too much to say, the kit really does fall together and is (happily) typical of those superb Hasegawa releases from the early 1990’s, crisp detail, faultless molding with fuss-free engineering and construction – I really wish they would tool-up again and release some new kits, I know that’s not going to happen, but there’s nothing wrong with hope is there ?. The Eagle Strike decals behaved as if they were printed yesterday – utterly flawless and superbly printed by Cartograph, again, a company I really do miss.
That’s just about it. Next will be another Hasegawa kit – a 1:72 Phantom, for a buddy-build not too far from this very forum ( 😉 ). Please feel free to criticise, ask a question or make any sort of comment. Have the rest of a great weekend folks, best from Middle Earth.
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