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Walthers Cornestone: Merchant’s Row III: Assembly

Posted on Apr 21, 2011 by in Product Review, Techniques, Updates |

This kit was given to me by my wife for my birthday.  I assembled the walls using a solvent type cement after dry assembly, taking time to put pressure on the joint after a couple of seconds to seal it tight.

For some strange reason I decided it would be a good idea to glue the windows in place before painting.

 

This was not that big of deal, but if I would have thought it through it would have save me a lot of time on painting.

I sprayed dull-coat on the inside of the upper windows to give a dirty window effect.

 

 

Overall I enjoyed the quality of this kit for a plastic model, and the instructions were quite clear as I have seen in many other of the Cornerstone kits.