Miniart 1/35 Tempo A-400 Beer Delivery (38045)

This review is dedicated to Miniart 1/35 Tempo A-400 Beer Delivery (38045). As the name says, one box brings us quite a special version of the German three-wheeler. It is still molded in popular scale, so you can combine it with some figurines and build a diorama scene. Overall packaging is typical for this brand, and all frames are closed in one plastic bag. Let's open everything and take a closer look together.
By the way, here you can read review with another Miniart kit in the same scale.
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First frame is dedicated to mix of parts. It might be familiar to some of you as it was also included in the previous versions of the Tempo.

Rear bed should be glued out of separate panels. There is no wooden texture, but this is something easy to add if needed.

Front cab is also divided into several panels. Here you can also see barrels which will be placed in the rear section.

Front bonnet is molded as single-piece part. Rear axle should be glued out of several parts, and you can also add metal wire in order to replicate brake lines.

Doors are still molded separately, and you can open them on your build. It is also worth reminding that the engine is included here, and model can be assembled with open bonnet.

Clear frame is packed into a separate plastic bag in order to avoid possible scratches. There are no masks included in the kit. PE fret will be useful for some fine details on the model.

Decals sheet is not that big, but printing quality looks fine. There are several marking options included, and you can see them on the photo below.

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

New small car should be already available for purchase. In my opinion it is an interesting choice for modelers who would like to build something unusual. Moreover, quality of the kit looks great out of the box, and assembly should be easy as I remember. I assembled one of the initial versions and can say that it was fun to have this Tempo built. Here you can expect some bright markings as well as barrels to include in the rear, what will make whole project even more engaging.
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  • Nice molding quality
  • Clever parts division
  • Good decals


  • No masks for clear parts
  • Might be too small for some modelers

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