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I'd avoid them like the plague. I speak from pure unadultarated bias only, i have no experience of them. You'd be locked into the manufacturers colour scheme, choice of donor vehicle, and since they're a relatively recent product, longevity is untested, in both colour fastness and appearance. That image that goes with it seems to be missing details like the silver window trim and you'd still have to get flourescent panels, warning flashes and running number decals for the tail ends, not to mention any extras to make up a proto rake. There are plenty lads on here who will professionally respray Lima/hornby mk3's (not me incidentally), which will last you a lifetime. Might be more than a fiver though, and i thinks it would be a better investment long term. It's also something that could be sold with integrity and retains its value if choose to model something else at a later date.




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