The introduction of these small 'Zoom' sets fro Eduard I hope has been a great success for them, giving the modeller as it does the choice of installing a small, cheap upgrade to only those areas that will have the greatest visual impact on a finished model. It's also meant that Eduard can go back and revisit earlier kit releases such as the Tamiya M113.
There is only one small PE fret in this set, but that is reflected in the very reasonable price. Included, is the fret itself of course, and a one-sided instruction sheet. The fret is held on a small piece of greaseproof paper, with the areas that have adhesive on being marked in yellow on the parts map at the top of the instruction sheet.
What you get are two engine grills, both of which can be simply pressed into place, but also a holding bracket and strap for the spade above the rear door, should your vehicle require it, and also episcope housings for replacing the kit moulded on ones. Both grills are etched in a 3-D pattern and look quite good.
There you have it! A dead simple set, for a cheap price that will offer improvements to your kit if you don't want to go for replacing virtually everything with a full photo etched update set! Recommended.
Eduard have being producing Zoom sets for a while now, and they range from pre-coloured sets, to simple sets that offer a minimum of upgrades. This one includes two self adhesive grill to upgrade the venerable Tamiya M113, a couple of tool brackets, and episcope housings.