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Deutz D30 "Easy-click system" (07821) - 1:24  Revell

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Deutz D30 "Easy-click system" (07821)

1:24  Revell

 

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The D30 was a popular tractor produced by Deutz in the early to mid 1960s.  It was powered by a twin cylinder four stroke diesel engine which gave it a top speed of 20 kmh.  It was a popular tractor with over 35,000 being made in the companies factory in Koln. 

 

 

The Kit

This is a new "easy-click system" kit from Revell which can be made up without glue or paint, though these can be used if required.  This continues Revell's selection of entry level kits which is only to be applauded. As such the parts are moulded in the appropriate colours to be assembled straight from the box. Rubber tyres are also provided along with the plastic parts. The parts count is actually quite high and the finished model will be a good representation of the tractor in question. 

 

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To start with the main transmission / engine assembly which is the heart of the tractor is made up. The front axle along with the wheels and tyres is added. The drivers seat and controls are then added into the main body.  At the rear the wheel covers are made and added, the large rear wheels then get their tyres and these can be added as well.  Once the front engine cover is added with its trim parts this essentially completes the model. 

 

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Decals

There is a small sheet of decals for the tractor which surprisingly are printed by cartograf so quality is assured there. As an alternative a sheet of stickers is also supplied. 

 

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Conclusion

This should make into a good looking model. This has a higher parts count and is more complicated than some other "easy" models I have seen so would not be suitable for smaller children, it should make up to an interesting project for slightly older ones though. Highly Recommended to get children along in the hobby.

 

 

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Revell model kits are available from all good toy and model retailers. For further information visit

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