Matho Models has sent us 3 separate resin sets for review. The following kits were reviewed by Model Builder International.

1:35 Scale Wooden Pallets:

  • Cast In Resin
  • 1:35 Scale
  • 8 Parts, 2 Pallet Tops, 6 Pallet Supports
  • Item No. 35007
  • $6.61 USD

The pallets are cleanly cast with a nice wood grain finish. The kit is very easy to assemble with only the resin pour stub and minimal flash to be removed with a hobby knife. The kit will be a welcome addition to any type of diorama ranging from civilian to military subjects. The kit is suitable fro beginner to advanced modelers.

The pallet set can be found at Matho Models here.

1:35 Scale Wooden Barrels:

  • Cast In Resin
  • 1:35 Scale
  • 4 parts, 2 Barrel Tops, 2 Barrel Bottoms
  • Item No. 35012
  • $3.76 USD

The barrels are cleanly cast with fine woodgrain detail, pour spout on the side of the barrel and support rings around the barrels. The kits are easy to assemble by removing the pour stubs from the parts and super-gluing them together. The kit can be used in many different diorama or vignette settings. The kit is suitable for beginner to advanced modelers.

The barrel set can be found at Matho Models here.

1:35 Scale German Water Can Set:

  • Cast In Resin
  • 1:35 Scale
  • 9 Parts, 3 – 5 liter cans, 3 – 10 liter cans and 3 – 18 liter cans
  • Item No. 35011
  • $7.61

The cans are cleanly cast with detailed handles and caps. The kits do not need any assembly only removal of the pour stubs at the bottom of the pieces. The kit can be added to many elements of a diorama or vignette. The kit is suitable for beginners to advanced modelers.

The water can set can be found at Matho Models here.

We would like to thank for sending the items to us for review. Please visit their site for your hobby needs.

Kenny Conklin – Model Builder International –

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Kenny Conklin

Kenny is one of the founders of Hobby Link International Inc. a publishing company of hobby related magazines and websites. Kenny has been building models since he is a boy and has continued the hobby to this day. He is also an editor of Model Builder International (MBI) and SciFiantasy magazines and websites. You can contact Kenny at


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