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1/20 F1 Resin kit - Arrows Fa1 1978 Sweden GP
This assembly resin model kit for collector. Not suitable for children under 18 years old. Modelling Store recommend this item for advanced modellers and professionals with high experience on building model kits. Read and follow all instructions.
- Manufactured by Wolf Kits in 1/20 scale with reference GP20109S
- Sponsored by Warsteiner
- Driven by R. Patrese and R. Stommelen
- Used car in 1978 Sweden GP
- The contents of this product are:
- Very clean resin parts
- White metal parts
- rubber tyres
- Detailed photo etched plates
- Complete decal sheet
|Series||GP (Grand Prix)|
|Item Size/Weight||27cm x 18cm x 8cm / 750g|
|Driven by||R. Patrese and R. Stommlen|
|ships within||2 or 3 days|
|ships backorder||In stock!!!|
Kits rated as skill level 3 are traditional model kits that require all basic modeling skills to complete. This includes cutting parts from runners and trimming or sanding them prior to use, assembling them with cement, and the use of paint to complete them. To properly complete a level 3 kit, you should have at least a basic set of modeling supplies, including plastic nippers, a hobby knife, files and/or sandpaper, plastic cement, instant (cyanoacrylate) cement (for resin, soft-vinyl or metal parts), painting supplies including brushes, paint, thinner and masking tape, tweezers and possibly decal softener for applying decals to difficult areas.Kits in this class are not suitable for small children unless there is complete parental supervision. Adults who have never before completed a plastic model kit may want to read one of the many excellent modeling guides available at most hobby shops before trying to build one of these kits.Skill level 3 kits include a very large portion of our catalog. Most traditional plastic model kits fall into this category.
PaintWhile there are slight differences depending on the country you live in, there are generally three types of paint available for modeling: Acrylic, Enamel and Lacquer. Their characteristics are described below