Revell Porsche Diesel Junior 108

Revell Porsche Diesel Junior 108
Revell Porsche Diesel Junior 108 is a kit designed by Revell to start the new generations in model making, ideal to be built in a few hours and to ensure a truly excellent result. That is why the choice of the subject fell on a bright red tractor with chrome details and beautiful white rims.

Easy Click System

Behind this technology developed by Revell (one of the most important producers of modeling kit ever) there are years of experience. In practice it is an assembly system that does not include glue or colors. Obviously, if you wish, you can proceed in the "traditional" way but to mount the Revell Porsche Diesel Junior 108 kit you will need a flat blade cutter, a modeling scalpel, a little attention in detaching the finer pieces and a some more patience in assembling the pieces.

Revell Porsche Diesel Junior 108: The kit

When you open the box of the Revell Porsche Diesel Junior 108 you are faced with four envelopes containing a total of six frames (the frames) containing the pieces, wheels and chromed details. In addition to these we find the instruction manual (without it would be slightly difficult to assemble everything) and two sheets, one with the decals (for traditionalists) and one with the stickers (for those who still do not know how to apply the decals). In any case, in the instruction booklet there is a small guide on how to build the models (just the basics) and a reference on the colors to use if you want to proceed in this direction. What is a reference? Simple, a list with the colors to use with numeric codes that indicate, for example, which shade of red to use.

Manual skills and pieces

After opening all the bags, it's finally time to start. With our cutters we will have to separate the pieces from the sprue following the scheme shown in the instruction booklet. As the construction of the Revel Porsche Diesel junior 108 progresses, details will begin to be added to the main parts of the engine, chassis and cockpit. And this is where you will have to be more careful in separating the pieces. Some details, in fact, are very thin and to avoid breaking them it is better to use the cutters without coming into direct contact with the piece; detached from the sprue you will proceed with the scalpel being careful not to leave unsightly plastic residues.

Following the instructions you will glue the stickers on the plastic (if you follow the classic way this phase, with the decals instead of the stickers, will take place at the end of assembly and coloring) and thus an extremely detailed and relatively simple model will be completed for those who had never considered being able to assemble a model.

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