Miniart 1/35 Tempo A400 Lieferwagen Milk Van (38057)

This time we are going to check Miniart 1/35 Tempo A400 Lieferwagen Milk Van (38057). Yes, we get here yet another version of the unusual vehicle on three wheels. It is molded in popular scale and might be an interesting build project for those who are tired from military projects. Note that whole boxing is dedicated only to Milk Vans. There are six versions and you will definitely find something interesting. Packaging is typical here, so all parts are sealed into one bag. Let's open everything and take a closer look together.
By the way, here you can read review with another version of this unusual car.
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Watch this video where I show all parts even closer.

First frame is dedicated to mix of various parts. Note that engine is included and can be exposed on the finished model.

Next sprue carries panels for the rear van section. There are guiding elements inside which should help you with alignment.

Right side wall is different from standard version. Here you get a separate door which can be even opened on your model.

Front cab parts are similar to all previous versions. Doors are separate here and can be assembled in open position even though Miniart doesn't mention such option.

Even more panels for the rear section can be found on the next frame. Here it is also worth noting separate rear doors which can be opened on your model.

Roof panel is molded as single-piece part. Rear suspension should be glued out of separate parts. Bonnet is a single-piece element, what should make installation easier.

All milk related items are supplied on separate frames. Here you will find milk canisters, boxes and bottles. Those things can be placed on the roof rack or inside your car.

Clear frame is packed into separate plastic bag. Overall molding quality looks great, but you will have to use masks in some cases.

Unpainted PE fret will be handy for fine features on the vehicle. Miniart also suggests a possibility to use a metal wire for some things.

Decals are coming from Cartograf, so overall quality looks great. There are two sheets with all necessary symbols for six markings. You can see the options on the photo below.

Assembly manual is typical for this brand. I show all pages in the video-review.

New car kit should be already available for purchase. In my opinion it is an interesting choice for modelers who are tired from military builds and would like to try something new. Yes, finished model won't be huge, but Miniart has managed to copy a lot of things which should look impressive on the finished Tempo car. Overall quality looks as great as the previous releases, so I don't think you will have any issues here.
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  • Nice molding quality
  • Clever parts division
  • Good decals
  • PE included


  • No masks for clear parts

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