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This is a good craft project with an almost 6 year old. He needed my help in putting together smaller parts, but the instruction was easy enough for him to follow + all the pieces are numbered so all he needed was just a little help and guidance. It was a good purchase.
The manufacturer thoughtfully provides duplicates for some of the more fragile, easily breakable pieces and multiple copies of the tiniest, easy to lose ones. First time I've encountered this, very commendable. instructions are clear and assembly is relatively straightforward, but you need nimble fingers.I expect to buy more of their kits.
Some of the parts are small, and could break easily, but I am proud that I didn't break ANY. The assembly went smoothly, although I did use a little Elmer's glue in two places. I recommend that you wiggle pieces a little in each direction if they don't punch out easily from the plywood sheets, also recommend that you use a small piece of the wood to help punch out the tiniest pieces (some of which are only 3/16" long), especially if you don't have fingernails. It helped to have a scissor-handled round nose tweezers to attach some parts. It also helps to sand just the corner tips of a part if it doesn't push into a hole easily. That type of care will keep you from breaking things, and will result in a model you can be proud of.
This was party of my Father's Day gift for my dad and he really enjoyed it and had it together within 2 evenings.
Bought as a fathers day gift. I've bought some other things from the company and they have always been great. Instructions are clear.
This was my first attempt at building one of these kits, but it won't be the last; I've already ordered the Jeep, and will probably do the locomotive after that. It's been many years since I built a model of anything, and I have to say I enjoyed this a bunch. I suppose you can assemble it without tools, it's very well designed, and there are extras of the delicate parts, but you may find, as I did, a couple of small tools will come in handy and aid assembly. A sharp hobby knife, tweezers (my old man's hands don't work like they use to), and a couple of needle files. This project was quite immersive, and although it took me longer than four hours, I enjoyed every blissful minute of losing myself in the building process. There were a couple of challenging sections, but in the end, I didn't break any parts, and the result looks good. I may touch up some of the spots where the parts were joined to the sheet, and find a suitable place in my home to display it. Great job, ROKR!
Great little car and gift for anyone who is into building or hobbies.
Everything fit together very nicely with only a few minor adjustments and they even include extra parts for the tricky pieces in case you break something like I did with the seat backs.
Had a blast putting it together. Pieces for nicely together.