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  1. Since the pandemic I've started building 1/24 plastic model cars again - like I used to a zillion years ago. The Tamiya kits I have used have been excellent. Clear, well thought out and precisely drawn directions. The models are well designed and obviously their professional builders then guide the creation of the printed instructions (and probably occasionally modify the car design.) That said, I'm really bummed by the quality of the design and instructions of the Revell models. Frustration is not the word for it. I cannot for the life of me understand how they think people will be able to follow these unclear and ambiguous drawings in the instructions. And how do they think these parts will fit together and hold well enough? Have I just picked a couple of loser models, or is that a trend in the model car industry? If this is what I should expect with Revell I won't buy another one. What is your experience? By the way, I'm talking about a '32 Ford Classic Cruiser 3-window model and an '86 Ford Bronco.
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