To my surprise and delight it was perfectly molded and cleanly cast, with excellent surface detail and superb fit. It took less than twenty minutes to build the model and just over an hour to paint it. The only unimpressive feature was the decals which were rather thick. If I had a bottle of Solvaset around this would have been less of a problem. Anyway, I now have a nice little addition to my German airforce and have added an airplane to yearly out put.
the model was dream to put together, only small seams at the wing-root
looking at the gigantic markings one is left to wonder why they bothered with camouflage
the HS 123 was a 1935 stop-gap while the JU-87 was under development,
it was so good that it served until 1944
and Von Richthofen wanted it put back into production in 1942
me, I just like an aircraft with a fixed undercarriage and spats