|The small photo-etch fret provides premeasured railings, catwalks, platforms, vent grills and other parts. Not all of the parts are to be used with the kit,
specifically parts to detail the 20mm guns, parts number 17 and the handwheels. The photo-etch looks to be well done with the catwalks having perforations and
folding points etched slightly thinner to facilitate assembly. Two turned brass parts, produced by Master Models, include a flag staff and a radio aerial. The decal
sheet has white “US” lettering and numbers for the hulls and stars in two sizes for the armored vehicles. No flags are provided, so they will need to be obtained
from another source.
The twelve-page assembly guide is nicely done with excellent illustrations showing how the various parts go together. The cover page has a very brief history of
the LCT(6) in both English and French. Pages 2 and 3 breakdown the resin, 3D printed, photo-etch, turned brass parts with each type numbered and color coded
to facilitate identification in the assembly diagrams. The assembly diagrams for the LCT run from the very bottom of page 3 to the top of page 7, with the bottom
of page 7 covering the Shermans and M7 Priests. Page 8 and 9 have the painting and decal placement guides for the LCT(6) with color references for a MS 14
scheme. Pages 10 and 11 have the painting and decal placement guides for a Pacific green MS 31/20L scheme in case you wish to build an island hopping LCT
(6). Page 12 covers the painting and decal placement for the armored vehicles. Although no specific color reference is provided, it is fairly obvious from the
illustration that it is Olive Drab.