https://hlj.com/1-24-scale-oz-19-inch-wheels-e-hydhd03-0038?___store=int244803OZ 19-Inch Wheels Ehttps://hlj.com/media/catalog/product/h/y/hydhd03-0038.png1200.00JPYInStock/Scale Models/Scale Models/Cars & Bikes/Scale Models/Cars & Bikes/Tire/Wheel SetsA set of four 1/24 scale OZ 19-inch wheels for use with 1/24 scale auto kits.1200.00Hobby DesignManufacturer: Hobby DesignDelivery time estimation for Virtual Inventory: defaultWeight, g: 20Skill Level: Skill 5Customs Code: 9503.00ERP Stock Status: outofstockStock Status: Out of StockScale: 1/24 ScaleSeries: Hobby Design Resin PartsStore Credit: 0.0000Item Type: Tire/Wheel SetsKit Type Description: a set of plastic or metal wheels for detailing car models.Preorder deadline date (year): 2010Preorder deadline date (Month): 04Preorder deadline date (day): 02Kit Item Type: Wheel SetPaint Required: NoCement Required: Noadd-to-cart2018-01-19
a set of plastic or metal wheels for detailing car models.
A set of four 1/24 scale OZ 19-inch wheels for use with 1/24 scale auto kits.
Kits that we have rated as skill level 5 require all the same modeling techniques and tools as skill level 3 and skill level 4. In addition, skill level 5 kits are often composed entirely of materials other than injection plastic, can contain many very small parts, often require extensive modification of parts to complete, and in some cases do not come with English-language instructions (Japanese only). Kits of this latter type require a degree of engineering common sense on the part of the modeler, as well as extensive test-fitting, to properly assemble.
Tools and supplies required to complete kits of this class are unchanged from those of skill level 4.
Kits in this class are not suitable for small children at all. Children under 14, even if experienced, are likely to have difficulty with a kit like this if they attempt it alone, and even this may not help. Adults who have never before completed a model kit are advised to avoid kits of skill level 4 or 5 until they have gained modeling experience working with something less challenging.
Examples of kits in this class would include resin and metal kits of racing cars and ships, accessory parts for such kits, and advanced, posable resin kits of science-fiction items.
No Cement Required
This item does not require the use of cement to complete.
Some modelers prefer to use cement on snap-together kits in order to fix them into a particular pose, or make a joint more secure. However, this is not required to complete these kits.
No Painting Required
This item does not require painting.
Either the item is completely pre-painted, such as an action figure or other completed figure, or it is molded in the colors of the finished item so that it appears natural after you have assembled it.
Note that kits which are molded in their final colors will always look better when painted, even if this is not required. At the very least, a light coat of flat clear spray will make a science-fiction kit look much less toy-like after assembly. The same goes for some action figures as well.