|"Based on" the General Dynamics F16 Falcon|
I was pleasantly surprised by the contents, a neat injection moulded styrene kit. The instructions obviously haven't be written by anyone who has actually seen the kit (let alone assembled it - if followed, correct assembly is actually impossible!) but hey, it only has 8 parts so it's not actually very hard to work out.
|Assembly step 1: throw away the instructions!|
It comes on 2 sprues (or "sheets" as the instructions refer to them!). No mould release marks or sink marks, very well cast.
|Assembly step 2: open packet and throw away awful stickers!|
A couple of minutes with cutters and a craft knife and it's all assembled. No undercarriage or other small details but it has got engraved panel lines which I thought was quite impressive for such a cheap kit.
|Assembled and ready for action.|
I'm very pleased with the end result, a great little fighter for a tiny price. It won't need much work to "sci-fi" it up and turn it into a crashed 'plane. If you wanted to create an airfield for games, these could cheaply and easily provide some extra scenery over which to fight.
|15mm figure for scale.|