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#1 Posted : 27 December 2019 20:27:26

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Hi all for Christmas my kids asked what I wanted and I said surprise me, get me something  I've not built before.

They didn't disappoint I got these









I've never built one of these kits before or this subject matter.

The kits look really good (although I wouldn't really know how detailed they are)

The instructions look a bit basic. 

No idea what to do with these kits, will have to do some research.
Ken's the name modeling's the game.
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#2 Posted : 27 December 2019 21:22:58

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Very nice Ken, looks like you have some Star Wars fans in your family. LOL The Bandai kits are excellent, most of them are snap fit kits, but don’t let that fool you, they are well detailed and make excellent models.

Happy building.

Mark
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#3 Posted : 28 December 2019 01:31:05

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These kits are so well engineered and always a pleasure to build. Enjoy the builds. :-)





BUILDING: Hachette Bismarck, Hachette Spitfire

COMPLETED: Deagostini Millennium Falcon, Deagostini R2-D2
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#4 Posted : 28 December 2019 01:35:04

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#5 Posted : 27 December 2020 06:38:57

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I wish Model Space would produce the following Star Wars crafts as part work kits in this order (same scale as their incredible X-Wing):

Snow speeder (with motorized braking flaps and detailed cockpit)
Darth Vader's TIE fighter (with red interior/engine/laser lighting effects)
TIE fighter (with red interior/engine/laser lighting effects)
Slave 1 (with motorized cockpit and side stabilizers)
Y-Wing
Lamda class imperial shuttle (same scale as Falcon? with moving wings)
A-Wing
B-Wing
Land speeder (RC!)
AT-ST
Jawa sand crawler (smaller scale but RC!)

I will gladly purchase these kits in a heartbeat! What's after the X-Wing? Please don't say AT-AT it's scale/enormity is hard to do justice in kit form.

Your thoughts?

Regards and belated Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
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