Hello everyone, today I brought a climbing car from Xinyu Technology, which was planted by the pictures on the intelligence map. First of all, the box photo is very attractive, and the sticker painting is very interesting. This kind of truck is also the type that I liked when I was young.
Hello everyone, today I brought a climbing car from Xinyu Technology, which was planted by the pictures on the intelligence map.
First of all, the box photo is very attractive, and the sticker painting is very interesting. This kind of truck is also the type that I liked when I was young.
Many details on the back
The one I bought is a static version (revealing poverty)
There is no inner box inside, but the parts package is full
The instructions are beautiful
Glittering cover material
The stickers are of good quality
Comes with a dynamic version of the chassis reinforcement plan
The red, black and blue bolts and shafts are individually packaged
The first step needs to open this public package
Completed the axle part
Grouped together, the suspension is similar to the gooseneck layout of the Unimog
The body roll cage is finished
A lot of red exterior parts began to appear
After the completion is a whole car shell
Just put it on and insert a few pins to complete it. It’s so simple and rude, it feels like a factory assembly, and you can fully experience the pleasure of completion.
The tire is the soul of the car, this tire is also huge in size
Bring the tires, put stickers on, and the momentum will come out
All of Xinyu’s stickers are spanning, and regardless of whether there is a gap between the bricks, they are spanned directly from beginning to end. It is really free and easy, but you must find a reference point before you paste it, otherwise, it will be difficult to correct it if it is crooked. Even if you want to fix it, it is easy to tear the sticker
Especially the stickers on the hood, directly across the bricks
The sticker is good in the final product.
The diagonal torque of the suspension is very large, it looks really domineering