The Katyusha model is just as rudimentary as the original. The 731 components are installed quite quickly and make a solid, stable rocket launcher from the 2nd World War.
|Building Time ca.:||2 Hours|
This set was provided to me from Afobricks.
The chassis is quite unspectacular and initially gets a base of plates in different sizes. The rest of the structure is a bit reminiscent of a vintage car and these shapes were hit quite well. Several hinges are used to shape slopes for the fenders. There is no interior, apart from a steering wheel, but at least movable doors are built with imprints.
After building the cab and placing spare tires, we come to the rear and the rocket launcher. Unfortunately, there was a missing part here, which is used to attach the entire construction. However, this has not changed anything in terms of stability. Finally, only the front tires and the twin tires of the two rear axles are attached.
Of course, a rudimentary template also results in a simple model. The shapes were hit quite well. However, the stones of QuanGuan are still very tight. There hasn’t been any improvement in recent years. In the end, it’s still a pretty nice model at a very reasonable price.