KP-MODELS 1/72 Mig-15 Midget

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    Nothing new. Oh ..sorry, I'm wrong ...the top box is re-designed. And overflows seem to be larger.
     
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    Not a fan of this kit then? :lol:

    Is the Airfix Mig 15 any good?
     
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    As usually if you work with the old KP kits.... sanding , sanding, sanding ... fitting, fitting, fitting ... sanding, sanding, sanding. Certainly this is for the OOB build. I have my one still sitting on my shelf. The trainer version of MiG-15 didn't survive when hit the wall in my room. Still keeping its flaps, pilot's seats and wheels with legs....:lol:

    Generally I would go with the KP MiG15 if it was the OOB build.. But the Airfix is a new tool and a very good semi-product for a high detailed replic as the final effect.
     
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    Yes...this is the same kit. It's a rebox...

    The good news is that KP is coming back to the market...and new tooling kits are way better than these old models.

    Mr. Richard Kiss (KP-Models owner) said that at this moment, they are working hard on 1/48 kits...they are planning high detailed kits.

    In his words: "Actually we focus on quarterscale kits that's why we sent the 1/48 Su-25 kit you. I hope you like it and you'll make a preview for this."

    Wait for my review gentleman...:D

    Best regards
     
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