World War I Tank Mk I
This is a remarkable kit which has stood the test of time. The overall proportions are excellent. The problem is the roof panel. Here the master builder may be forgiven, as the kit was based on a Mk II, 787, at the Bovington Tank Museum, then set up as a Mk I Male, complete with steering gear, but with a Mk II roof. As photographs show roof plates being taken off at tank workshops in France, the mistake is understandable.
The Mk I also had a wider driver's compartment. This was narrowed for the Mk II when the spuds were fitted to the tracks.
The biggest single problem is the tracks, which do benefit from being replaced. There are minor details that need looking at for 100% accuracy: vision ports; lifting lugs on the Male sponson; the positioning of the 6pdr in the sponson; but they do not distract from the vehicle except to a real expert.
A Mk II may easily be built simply by losing the steering gear.