With a bit of care and attention to detail, you can take a simple model and make it look like a more expensive one. Features on this simple but satisfying build: 1. Scratchbuilt prop from LetraMax 2000 mechanical illustration board. Hub designed on AutoCad. 2. Aluminized cowling using self-adhesive aluminum foil. The carb intake is just a piece of household Al, formed over a male buck made from the kit part, held in place with CA. 3. Wheels...I cheated; they came from the spare plastics parts bin. 4. Flying wires: stainless steel wire from Small Parts. 6. Cabane Struts: copy paper formed around steel wire and tapered at the trailing edge. 7. Scratchbuilt cockpit...not that there was anything wrong with the kit parts. I was just having a good time. 8. Scalloped TE on wing formed with a punch. Hope you like it!