Not a glue bomb as such. I bought an already started from ebay and it was a Subaru Impreza WRX . The original owner had hand painted all of the under chassis parts, without leaving any bare plastic to stick it all together. So most of the drive shafts (4) and wheel backs/mounting pins were broken as was the suspension. So I shaved. scraped, filed the paint off the mounting points, remade the drive shafts and steering and cobbled it together. I'm glad that as it is a rally car and has 'bash plates' attached to the chassis so none of the working parts are damaged whilst driven on rough gravel roads, the plates being supplied in the model help holding everything together.
It sits square on all four wheels which is amazing. I'm just glad that nothing else was touched, so I'm now painting/ decalling all of the interior as I go along.
I thought that instructions told us not to cover any mounting points ans scrape off 'chrome' where connections are to be made with other parts.
Perhaps the 'new' builders should read these instructions carefully before putting themselves off modelling because nothing sticks together!