The set has one large fret of etched parts and a small length of plastic rod for the fender hinges and the standard of etching again being very good with finely embossed details with the usual bending lines where required.
For the raised rivets you have to burnish out the engraved rivets using a fine pointer and this is best done of a softer surface to allow the rivets to form properly and it could become a little tedious while adding the rivets.
The front curved sections have to be bent to shape and you can use the side panel as a guide to get the correct curve. Added to the inside are additional bolted strips for added detail as well as small hex nuts with the plastic rod used for the bolts added to the under sides of the fenders.
The attachments for the front curved sections are extremely detailed with separate workable attachment clips and brackets that will require care to assemble and there are two small wire attachment brackets added but the wire is not included in the set.
The rear fixed fender extensions are straightforward with more embossed rivets to add and these fit easily to the main fenders.
Adding the brass fenders to the Dragon kits will require the moulded on bolted strip along the top of the hull sides to be removed which is quite simple and this is the only modifications required to fit the metal fenders.
A nicely detail set of replacement fenders for the Dragon Panzer I Ausf.A kits that are quite detailed especially with the front section attachment brackets and will also allow you to add authentic damage to the fenders for a diorama setting.
Highly recommended 7.5/10
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