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I’ve had this kit out a few times and finally decided to finish it. For a Hiro kit the details are basic but ok.. you need to do a bit of sanding and fitting of parts before painting and glueing. Detail wire is from various manufacturers and the carbon decals are from Tamiya. The motor is a metal lump that goes into the rear plate. With the rear roll bar and radiators you won’t see much of it when the body is on. Thanks for looking 

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On 9/5/2020 at 7:54 AM, Gt fan said:

I’ve had this kit out a few times and finally decided to finish it. For a Hiro kit the details are basic but ok.. you need to do a bit of sanding and fitting of parts before painting and glueing. Detail wire is from various manufacturers and the carbon decals are from Tamiya. The motor is a metal lump that goes into the rear plate. With the rear roll bar and radiators you won’t see much of it when the body is on. Thanks for looking 

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Great job!!!! MFH kits are very hard to tame. But looks like your taming  the kit very well. Can’t wait to see more.

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Does the insulation foil come with the kit?  I've scavenged cigarette box foil, running out since I never smoked and stopped going to the bar (hey, can I have your cig carton?  ~strange look~).
Looking good so far.  I need to remember the Top Studio weld lines.

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