Base Kit: Italeri Ju-87D-5 Stuka
You get 1 large fret and a 5-page instruction sheet. The instructions take you in order from the front of the aircraft to the back. Starting with the oil cooler intake, supercharger intake, bomb rack fittings and, if you use it, the flame dampener. Next up are the underwing radiators, and there is some minor surgery required. Be careful not to take too much off, but also make sure you take enough off or the pieces will not fit right (It really is a fine line and one that I crossed on one section). There are 5 pieces for the forward part and 3 for the rear and it is VERY delicate. Of the 8 folds I had to make, 6 of them broke off. I recommend that the screens be placed on before adding the flaps. Trust me, it will be easier.
Moving on to the wings, there are many pieces to add here, starting with 20+ inspection hatches…UGH! You are also provided fuel filler hatches and the fuel tank booster pump maintenance hatches. The wing walks are nice but are the wrong style for the D-5 (at least, in all the pictures I’ve seen, anyway) and I will replace these with the kit-supplied ones which are the correct type.