They may have...January 12 2012 at 1:12 PM
|Roy A. Schlicht (Login schlichtr)|
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had they some knowledge that others were working on it. But remember it came out of the blue. It was a suprise announcement and the actual release followed shortly afterwards. Trumpeters #1 came out a couple of months later, and then the rest. It now appears that Trumpeter flubbed up the fenders using the wrong tread pattern instead of the dot pattern. I also find the detail on the Trumpeter kit to be softer then the Dragon kit. I'm still going to build it though.
- Detailing - david nickels on Jan 12, 2012, 3:50 PM
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