I agree. On FB there is all kinds of complaining about the fit of all the reissues.The problem is new builders build a couple snap petes,that literally fall together, then get in to building a round2 and the drama starts and they give up.
the merk is worth it,I feel. Ive take mine out of the package and looked it over.as mentioned the attachment poins are big. hopefully a bmf repair wont show too much.It wouls look great on a vintage amt W900 or ertle 4300 because of all the chrome in those kits. I'll probably paint mine with semi gloss though when I use it
I'm trying to find out when mack stopped painting econodyne engines green and went to grey. A early dm could be green but have yet to confirm.the box art is mislabelled calling the engine a maxidyne.maxidyne's are gold...well the ones that are available in models any ways
they would be hauled on a "beam" trailer.A beam trailer has no deck,just the frame.the frame would go between the tires and the differentials would sit on the beams so the tires are only a few inches off the ground keeping the load under 13'6"