We’re extremely impressed with the attention to detail on the rotor blades and engine. The blades have been accurately reproduced, right down to the smallest details. And the engine looks just like the real thing, complete with exhaust pipes and turbine blades.
Takom’s Apache comparison photographs & CADS…
Takom’s Apache comparison photographs & CADS are some of the most accurate and detailed images of these helicopters available. They provide a great way to see the surface detail and the shapes of these helicopters in direct comparison with the real things. These images are a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning more about these helicopters.
Details: What’s included in the kit?
The Takom 35th Apache kit includes a lot of impressive detail. The rotor blades, for example, are made of metal and are fully articulated. The fuselage is also made of metal and is very detailed. The kit also includes a lot of plastic parts, including the engine and the landing gear. The kit comes with decals for both the U.S. Army and the British Army, as well as a clear canopy. Overall, the kit is very impressive and contains a lot of detail.
The level of detail: How Takom has managed to capture the complexity of the Apache?
The level of detail on this model is impressive, and it’s clear that Takom has put a lot of effort into making it as accurate as possible. The rotor system is particularly complex, and the cockpit is very realistic. It’s clear that this is a model that will take some time to build, but it will be well worth the effort.
The level of accuracy: how close is the model to the real thing?
Conclusion: Our verdict on the new kit
We have very little information on the upcoming release of these two kits, but we do know that they are set to drop sometime in the near future. We will keep you updated with any new information that comes out about them. In the meantime, be sure to stay tuned for more info on the kits themselves!