one would deny the fame born by the Me-262 as the first combat jet
fighter in WWII. That motivated me to build a kit of this.
might be lots of choices to build a single-seated Me-262 in the market, however, that
might not be the case where you decide to bulid a twin-seated version in
72nd scale, so far as I know, only Revell/Hasegawa have released twin-seater
version neither of which is available in my place.
happened to get a twin-seated Me-262B-1a from a local hobby
dealer who normally has lots of stuff imported from east Europe. The kit
was made by Intech, a Polish company. The overall shape of the kit was OK to me,
the main drawback was that it has raise panel-lines and its detail in the
landing gear bay is just normal.
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this kit, first of all, all panel-lines were changed to recess ones,
the antenna offered was replaced with brass stick.
the Intech kit was good but might not be suitable for the beginner, I am looking
forward to the kit of this subject released by Trumpeter in the right future.
it and I can be reached by clicking the envelope at the top of this article.