How to Build the Lost In Space Robby the Robot Polar Lights Model Kit #5030 Review

2017 June 15
by Doug

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How to Build the Lost In Space Robby the Robot Polar Lights Model Kit #5030 Review
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 For the Modeler:  This review covers The Robot from the Lost In Space TV Series that was release by Polar Lights while under the Playing Mantis company. The date on the box is 1997 but this kit can still be found in hobby shops and online and was Kit #5030 in their catalog. The kit itself has been around 000b for years and was recast by them from another company. There are no Skill Levels on this but I would give it a Skill level 2 as it requires glue and paint and the box states ages 8 to adult. You get 40 parts molded in Cream and Clear styrene and a sheet of fold out instructions. There are no decals with this kit. The assembly is very simple and this is a weekend project. Paint the details are the key to making this kit standout. Overall dimensions are: Width: 4”, Depth: 7”, Height: 8”.

 

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How to Build the 2016 Corvette Stingray 1:25 Scale Revell Model Kit #85-4425 Review

2017 June 12
by Doug

Right On Replicas, LLC Step-by-Step Review 20170612*
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For the Modeler:  This review covers the 2016 Corvette Stingray kit by Revell. It is Kit #85-4425 in the current catalog and is a new mold as it is a new model of a current car. Some common parts from the 2014 kit as those actual parts haven’t really changed much, but the box is dated 2016. This is a Skill Level 4 kit as it requires glue and paint and age recommendations are 12 and up. The kit has 57 parts molded 1 in White, Clear, Chrome and Clear Red and it has soft rubber tires with metal axles. The decals are the waterslide type providing basic badges, marker lights and dash gauges. The instructions are typical Revell book format with full paint callouts and detailed pictures for building. The overall build is easy as this is a low parts-count kit, but fit and finish is excellent. The motor is simplified but very little of it can be seen anyway. The interior is well detailed and looks nice once finished. The exterior was clean and free of blemishes.  Overall dimensions are ~: Length: 7″, Width: 3¼”, Height: 2″.

 

 

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How to Build the Grim Reaper Chopper by Tom Daniels 1:8 Scale Monogram Kit #85-7541 Review

2017 June 6
by Doug

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 For the Modeler:  This review covers the 2016 re-release of the Grim Reaper Chopper  1:8 Scale Monogram Kit  #85-7541.  It’s a Skill Level 5 kit for the advanced builder due to some intricate assembly but there are no decals in this kit.. This is a rerelease of the kit with a different box art from the original. Revell has also released this kit as the Harley 000b Davidson Freedom Chopper. There are 80 pieces molded in white, chrome, clear, with black flexible tubing and black soft tires and very well laid out instructions.  This is a replica of the 1974 Grim Reaper designed by Tom Daniel. This motorcycle has a coffin shaped fuel tank, a king and queen seat, and raked out tubular forks. The bike also has twin rectangular headlights, Goodyear tires and a Maltese Cross. This “old school” chopper is still awesome looking even 40 years after its original debut. Overall dimensions are~: Length 14¾”, Width 4”, Height 5¼”.

 

 

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