In-Box Kitset reviews
Below are our inbox reviews. In box reviews are taken directly from the box without any building, therefore no comments can be made on the fit of the parts or how easy the kit is to build.
Lets see how revells little kit stacks up.
I'm not so familiar with helicopters so I can't vouch for how accurate this is but the details look really nice. Two sprues of tan coloured plastic are included and one sprue for the clear parts.
The parts are well detailed with recessed panel lines and good details.
The instructions is one *huge* sheet which folds out, the steps are very clear and easy to follow. There are also
Quite a rare kit to find these days, I'm pretty sure that this one is no longer in production by Italeri and is the only game in town if you want to make an EB-66 Destroyer.
Have to admit that I'm not so up with the play on 1/48th scale kits but I picked this one up thinking it would go well with my 1/48th scale B-17G which somehow found its way into my stash (That's my story and I'm sticking with it)
Today we have on show Italeri's 1/72nd scale F-111A. This another fine kit from Italeri which features some good detail in the landing gear bay and adequate detail in the cockpit which has decals supplied for the instruments but you could really go to town with third party add-ons here. The kit does include a multiple piece canopy so it can be displayed either open or clo
This is Revell's very nice looking addition to their rather small Phantom family in 1/72 scale. As far as I know the only other Phantom they have released is the RF-4E which I have built and is of the same quality as this kit.