Both of these kits were originally motorized. Now sold as static models there is no front or rear suspension pieces.
On both, the rear suspension is just has a kind of leaf spring affair and in front none at all but there is a friction device and a connecting rod for holding the hand set steering angles.
both the front and rear body work lift off but i can't think of a reason to do so since the detail is both basic and non-existent.
I either need to scratch build all of the suspension or just build it closed up.
Oh well, i feel better, rant off.
It was nice to see them re-issued but I thought the price was pretty high so I haven't picked them up. 1/18 is an odd scale for kits so I would be really surprised to see any interest from the aftermarket detail folks.
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