Fujami 1/48 kits any good ?

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  1. rochie

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    saw these two Fujami kits very cheap, Fw 190 D-9 and Aichi D3A1 both in 1/48.
    what are they like to build anybody know ?
     

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    Well... the old Revell kit I had, was basically a reboxed Fujimi kit I THINK...

    Based on that... it was an OK kit... nothing special and the tail wheels break easily :lol:
     
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    #3 ellis995, Mar 3, 2010
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    Hi Karl

    The Fujimi kits are basic if i remember when i done my Me109 G-14 " peterle" There are some pics of it somewhere in the completed kits section. You are getting a bargain nice simple build.
    Found it on page 7 third off bottom
     
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    cheers guy's
     
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    Karl, the Val kit is a good kit, not as good as the hasegawa but nice build. The D-9 kit....well apart from a nice decal sheet...the kit is very ordinary and I would only buy it for practice, if it is cheap! It sort of resembles a D-9 but the fuselage is way off in shape, if you want to do a D-9 buy something better!
     
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    cheers Wayne, doing just that, got the "Val" but will wait till next month and get the Eduard Dora !
     
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    No worries Karl, let me know if you need any info on the Val....

    Looking forward to the D-9 myself...:D
     
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    Val arrived yesterday, looks a great kit got a few questions for you Wayne when i start it :lol:
     
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    Be waiting!:D
     
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