Thanks.Some of the seams look pretty large, out of the box. How do you rate the kit overall?
So, what did you use for the silver coat? Is that ACLAD? I've never done an aluminum finish before.
Thanks guys!:nerd::grin2:So, it is typical for the early 70s and not a 2016 kit. But, with some TLC you can make a nice kit out of her today, like this one!
Yeah, true, but the model will retail for $600.00!!!The newer Trumpeter kit is a lot cleaner without the heavy raised detailing
Thanks. Looks like I may have to wait.You might want to check Zotz. They make a 1/32 Pudgy set. Not sure WHICH Pudgy it is for... there was more than one and some were OD.
Thank you sir, I appreciate the advice.I dig that you're tapped out now and your decal is no longer useable, but some advice for the future. With older kits and with decals that are suspect always spray them with a decal film. Testors makes a spray "decal bonder" and Microscale makes a brush-on/airbrushable liquid.