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That's an interesting find. At first glance, it looks very competent; better at any rate than Trumpeter's and Dragon's 1st generation, and more accurate in the version details than Revell's. The only gripes I might make are that it lacks the simplification of assembly that Dragon offers (slide-molded hull, attached road-wheel rows), and I don't see any "hubcaps" to let you model it with wheels removed (which was common for the front outer set).
Sure, one could easily ask if we need "another Tiger," but it does look like a good one, maybe even the best one ...until Dragon gets around to making a proper 2nd-gen "early" version.
Re: Anyone seen this Fujimi Tiger 1 1/72 yet (link to sprues and instructions)
July 26 2012, 10:59 PM
I've heard a lot about it for the last few months, all good, but I can't wait to see what it's going to cost locally, Fujimi kits cost an arm and a leg around here. That German truck they put out is $30+ here.