Open the box, give it a shake, and 2 light grey and 1 clear sprue will tumble out, along with the decal sheet. The main sprues are the familiar soft grey plastic we know from Airfix, while the clear is nicely transparent, and should come up even more so after a dip in Future or Gauzy Agent.
Parts are typical Airfix — prominent panel lines, and basic detail on the airframe with the control surfaces graced with the faintest hint of a ribbed structure within.
The cockpit features shallow and non-descript detail; the instrument panel is represented by a decal on a predominantly flat panel; while the cockpit sidewalls, following the outer shape of the fuselage as they do, will create a substantial gap between the cockpit floor and the wing root.
Exhausts are moulded solid, and the 4 wing machine guns are quite thin making both ideal candidates for aftermarket replacement, and saving the builder some stress. Gear and wheels look decent enough for the kit and feature flattened, though not really bulged, tires.