Revell Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter Snap-Tite
The surface detail is nice with a smooth finish, engraved and raised detail as appropriate for the Starfighter. The four-page instruction sheet is a black and white, 8½ by 11 inch sheet folded in half. No painting instructions are provided or necessary.made sure that R2-D2 would not be egressing the wing anytime soon. The nicely detailed cockpit is next. The cockpit floor forms the bottom of the fuselage pod, with the side fuselage pods attached next. The canopy is moveable and you attach Anakin to the cockpit seat before closing the canopy. Anakin has an attachment wedge that slots in to the cockpit seat. He has not ejected after many attempts to verify he will stay firmly seated. The wings are then attached to the fuselage pod. The Starfighter is completed by attaching the twin Class 1.0 Hyperdrive Ion engines to the rear of the fuselage pod. Now, where is Darth Maul?
This kit is exactly what Revell-USA advertises for its Snap-Tite kits: Pre-painted (or decorated, as one reference states) with fairly easy snap construction. Highly recommended, especially if you want to build a quality, easy-to-build out-of-the-box Anakin Skywalker Jedi Starfighter. Thank you Revell-USA for providing the review sample.