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  1. with the lotus almost done time to start another great car Yes again a Model Factory Hiro kit so progress slow and long what the car looks like the one that i will be building has nr23 the instruction book the first parts out the box ready for clean up and adding extra details The plan is to add extras to the kit that are not there like all the rivets i have order about 900 of them so keep your eyes open. Also a few bottels of alclad Thats it for the start i will try to take pics off the parts before clean up after with extra detail and paint on Mark
  2. The McLaren F1 has been one of my favourite cars pretty much since it first came out. For quite some time, there weren't any 1/24 kits available of it. Studio 27 did a curbside kit that's very basic and for a while, that was it. Then Model Factory Hiro announced they were going to do a series of them in their full detail line. I immediately placed a preorder. They've got 4 versions of the short tail early cars (my favourite) and a similar number of the later long tail ones. More recently Aoshima and Fujimi have released IM kits of the car both in short tail and long tail versions. Onto to the kit. The box isn't very big, a bit smaller than a typical Revell USA car kit box. With the inherent complexity of the kit, I bought two in case I screwed one up. Hopefully that won't happen but never say never. Here's what you see upon opening the box. MFH packed the delicate resin body panels in a separate clear box to keep them safe from damage.
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