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Armstrong F.K.10. What's in the box

June 25 2011 at 6:48 AM

Gavin Spowart  (Login touristguide)
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No decals ... my spare decals box will be able to supply everything I need in this regard.

The usual excellent quality CMR castings, in a cream resin, with good surface detail, no visible flaws, and minimal flash, still in the plasic bag, separated into compartments for the various components.
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Two A4 size sheets, one with a simple "exploded" view, to aid assembly, and one with "technical drawings".
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I have no idea about accuracy, but, to me, it does not matter. I do not think there are any surviving F.K.10's, to measure against ;-0

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