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Kit Name: Speeder Bike Mirr-A-Kit
Scale: 1/82
Material: Plastic
Manufacturer: MPC

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Released: 1984
Number Of Parts: 6 plus decals and Mylar
Final Dimensions: (With Backing) 3.75"W x 2.25"H x 1"D
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Instructions: Click Here (.zip)
Country of Origin: USA
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Not much I can say about this little fella. Quick and easy. If you've got a few hours to kill, grab one of the Mirr-A-Kits. You'll probably finish a couple of them. This "kit" was very easy, minimal amount of parts. Maybe two or three, I can't remember exactly. That's how quick it went. It's even quicker since with the Mirr-A-Kits you only have to build half of the kit and then mount it to the reflective surface! Painting was very simple. I just sprayed the trooper white and slapped some black in the creases. For the bike, I painted it more accurate than my larger size Speeder Bike. I painted this one with a rusty brown color closer to the original than the gray I used before. I painted the detail areas with a darker brown mixed in with some black. I then dry brushed some silver to accent the details and make a little weathering. It came out pretty neat I think. This kits are a good choice for a shadow box diorama or something of that nature. Just remember, you only have one side of the kit! I got this kit in a lot of a bunch of them and it worked out to only a few bucks a pop.

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