A work in progress.
Small gap between rear plate and body , used milliput to fill it.
Dragon instructions are not the clearest for some things and downright wrong on part numbers in a number of sections.
So far carpet monster has stolen 2 pieces , which i will spend tomorrow morning hunting for.
Have you ever come across a Dragon kit that has no mistakes in its destructions!? How they have got away with it for so long is beyond me. Looks like you are beating it into submission. Good luck with the rest.
I grew up on airfix , monogram , esci etc.
I then moved to Tamiya.
I have only made a few Dragon models , and agree , the instructions are usually a little ''mistaken''
Will try and get a few more of my ''not finished'' , finished.
am obviously getting worse at reading instructions , nowhere on the kits instructions can i determine which port cover gets used on left and on right side of turret , only two parts in kit are d49 and d50 , but one has no vision slot in it , yet both ports should have kit perspex parts installed behind them .... why for a port with no vision slit ?
UPDATE : Found instructions for kit Dragon 6264 , has far better instructions.