The kit contains parts for one 1/72nd scale Sd.Kfz. 10 Demag Typ "D7".
The kit comes in one of the usual cardboard boxes, with a nice drawing/picture of the subject on the front and painting instructions on the back. The painting instructions include RAL colour codes as well as Vallejo Model and Model Air colour codes. The box contains a single sprue with 101 parts molded in a medium grey plastic. The box also contains a small sheet of decals and a folded A4 sheet with building instructions in black and white with clear 3D drawings.
This kits share the sprue with the Sd.Kfz. 10 Demag Typ "D7" DAK kit from same manufacturer, and most of the parts are shared between the two kits.
A lot of the parts are really tiny and will have to be removed very carefully. There's hardly any flash on the parts, only a few ejector marks (on the dashboard and the front-wheels), and again only a few sink marks (again the dashboard).
The road-wheels are a bit like the wheels from Dragon's and Revell's Sd.Kfz. 251 kits, so I guess it should be quite easy getting them aligned. The tracks are another story all together. The tracks are one-piece, but in the same hard plastic as the rest of the kit. According to the instructions the tracks should be able to be bend around the wheels.
I didn't really know what to expect from this kit with a plastic kit from a resin manufacturer (and not short-run). I've seen the initial test parts made with a 3D printer, but that's not a guarantee for quality in the actual kit.
Let me say it right away, this kit is a real gem. The kit is no doubt on par with the kits coming from Revell, Dragon, Trumpeter and MACO (back to that in a bit).
The parts all have nice and crisp details. I'm looking forward to building this kit, and trying out this new "bend-able" plastic tracks.
With all the gun kits for the WWII german modeller we've seen the last few years, this kit should be a hit amongst many modellers, so I hope this new venture will be a success.
And back to MACO, I just wanted to mention that somewhere on the sprue I found a small surprise, the text: "designed by MACO", so no wonder the kit have the same great quality as the kits coming from MACO.