MODEL KITS

What Do the Skill Levels Mean?

Model kits generally come in one of five skill levels that represent how difficult it will be to complete:

Skill Level 1: Snap-together pieces and do not require glue or paint.

Skill Level 2: Easier kits that require glue and paint to complete. They usually have less than 100 pieces.

Skill Level 3: Smaller, more detailed parts. They usually have over 100 pieces.

Skill Level 4: Advanced kits with extra-fine details. They most certainly contain over 100 pieces.

Skill Level 5: For expert modellers. They have super-detailed parts, can contain hundreds of pieces, and often have moving parts, like working suspension on cars and motorcycles, rotating propellers on planes, and movable turrets on tanks.

There are a few exceptions to this breakdown. All model kits made by Airfix require glue and paint, so their level 1 is really a level 2. Sometimes, you'll find a kit that does not have a skill level listed. In these cases, you can safely assume that it is at least a level-4 kit.


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K510 ITA3101 DA VINCI SELF PROPELLING CART

K510 ITA3101 DA VINCI SELF PROPELLING CART

This model represents one of Leonardo da Vinci's most intriguing designs. It has been known as "Leon..

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