The picture above was scanned from 'The new Airfix magazine', October 1988 issue (volume 1 number 2). Judging from the photograph, the rear fuselage shape is very narrow, which means accurate in this case. The wings show a correct kinked leading edge. The canopy shape, a difficult aspect of the Me 163A, is difficult to judge in the photo, but looks good. It appears to be of the simplified type of the later Me 163A's. The Ebay photos below show that it basically is a single-piece model, with separate wheels and a vacformed canopy.