The diminutive 1:72 Boeing P-26A. This kit is so old I'm not sure I should build this. It's something like 49 / 50 years old ! This, I'm quite sure is the oldest kit I've ever built. Including first time building as well. So, what is it. This colourful little thing. Although, I think I'll substitute the green for blue as most seem to be that way. Also, the decals are very yellow. I'm trying the sunlight trick, but I don't hold much hope for them so I'll have to try something else. Masking will be tricky due to the rivets - 1960's remember. About 17 pence I believe. 1966, a couple of years before I made an appearance. At least the colours seem simple enough. But wait, where am I going to find these very special paints ? And this is it for the instructions. Some good news. Even back in 1966, Revell put the holes in ready for the rigging. So no excuse here. A typical sprue. Top left is the cockpit. Top right engine shroud, look at the size of the sprue gates. Nice engine. Well, let battle commence.