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Moebius Jonny Quest’s Dragonfly finished

Back in December we received this sample from Moebius Models and reviewed it here. Finally I decided to give it some TLC and put the Jonny Quest Dragonfly model kit together. The fuselage went together without a hitch. If you have this kit in your stash, know that there’s very little sanding to be done with it. The wings are a one piece deal.

Rather than using the display base provided by Moebius, I decided to display the Dragonfly model in different way. First, I used a 3mm blinking blue LED on the engine. Somewhere in the middle of the model kit, I added another 3mm (non-blinking) LED. The LED inside is clear but I threw two coats of Tamiya Clear Yellow X-24 and that’s the yellowish glow seen inside the cockpit area. To attach the base tube in which the electrical wires run thru I used a small piece of Evergreen Models 11/32” tube #231. Inside the 11/32” goes a 9/32” also from Evergreen Models #229. Under the base there is a 9V battery to power up the LED’s.

Inside the model received a coat of Krylon Short Cuts spray paint Chrome SCS-032. Outside I used also Krylon Short Cuts Gloss White SCS-053 and a coat of Testors Gloss Cote.

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR
This is a nice model to add to your collection whether you’re into Sci-Fi, TV Shows or movie models. It can be a nice weekend project with or without LED lighting.

Happy model building!

George Collazo
George Collazo

George has been hosting review sites and blogging about toy collectibles, travel, digital photography and Nikon digital imaging since 1998. His first model kit build was a Testors 1/35 DODGE WC-54 in 1984.

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