This kit dates from 1964 and I must have bought it in the seventies. It has the qualities we were used to at that time, which are: lack of details, bad fit. When I built it the last months, it was not a pleasant build. Meanwhile we know, which pleasure a modern kit may offer. So it took some time until I had finished it, often being a bit discouraged and loosing enthusiasm, just doing one piece a day.
The Airfix decals had yellowed, but I had decided to build another version with some more colours than only 65/70/71 and so I had ordered these Begemot decals (72-010), which offer eight versions of an A-4, C-2 or C-6. The model shows a version of KG 54, stationed in the Mediterrenean region in 1943 with some yellow, red and white. I have censored the swastikas for legal reasons.
The model is brush painted, using Revell's Aqua Color, glossed with floor polish for decalling, weathered with black pigments of Revell's Weathering Set (dry brushed, I'm still learning) and airbrushed with matt varnish.
So here she is, another one for the to-do-list of Airfix.