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Fine Molds Me-410 (OOB); at least "ok molds"
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Ontario, Canada
Joined: September 20, 2013
KitMaker: 352 posts
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Posted: Wednesday, June 20, 2018 - 09:46 AM UTC
While many of my built WWII Luftwaffe planes are, in fact, “What-Ifs” or Luft ‘46ers, I do have a goodly number of actual Luftwaffe hardware in my stash as well. One type that I’d been eager to get a nice kit of was the Me-410, since it’s an unusual looking plane, as well as having something of a loser heritage that I just can’t resist.

I had a 1/48 Monogram years ago, but it was so big that I sold it to make some room. Since then, I’ve not seen a small kit of the -410 that I’ve wanted to get. That was until I ran into the Fine Molds one at a local show. For the price, I figured I could treat myself and get a nice kit of a cool, and real(!) plane.

Check out my out of box review below in case you’re thinking of snagging one yourself. However, just like the Luftwaffe, I wouldn’t get your expectations unjustifiably high…

https://adamrehorn.wordpress.com/fine-molds-me-410-a-1-b-1-out-of-box/