It is upgraded version of this kit. They just add some P/E to the kit. I just got my 3rd P/E kit and I can not wait to get as it has all the doors and hatches plus lots of other parts that the other 2 kits didn't have.
This is the kit I have ordered. http://www.luckymodel.com/scale.aspx?item_no=KAM-MS-35008
Hi again, sorry for such a long delay but I have been busy moving and dealing with life in general. I have had some time to work on this and have a few extra pics to show, as always Thanks for looking and feel free to critique.
This shows some small parts like ammo lockers and deck lights plus an early version of my ships bell, a bit big there
This shows that modified bulkhead in place with the bell
This is the flight deck with scratch made bollards and hatches plus the 02 lvl in the background. I've striped all detail off the 02 lvl as it looked pretty bad IMO.
My modified stacks with scratch steps and lights plus a new rear door.
It seems like that in order for the American companies to make something interesting they have to go "Retro" or back to the muscles cars. I think that the "foreign" makers (if there is such a thing today) have much more style. I drive a 2011 Nissan Juke and love it, lots of style ( you either like it or not) and fun to drive. Seeing all the oddball cars on here is fantastic and I hope it never ends
I sure love F-1 and enjoyed the burning eyes as I looked at your build I have a Tamiya Type 79 in my stash pile waiting for my other projects to get done (2 planes and a ship) I have the P/E for this kit and look forward to building it. Was there any issues with the kit as it went together?