Scaled in their standard 1:43 scale, the model is a perfect replica of the real thing. This is also the model released in 2015 for SG50. So future models may no longer feature the SG50 logo on its packaging.
SOC Police Tactical Unit Anti-Riot Vehicle (Ang Chia) with Packaging
|Upon removal from the plastic bag|
|SOC anti-riot vehicle "Ang Chia" model in its packaging|
|Front and Back of the SOC anti-riot vehicle "Ang Chia" model in its packaging|
|Decals the model comes with|
And another thing, as requested by many many collectors, the models come with optional decals with the various troop number call signs for both the vehicles and the figurine. However, I must add that for the new livery, the call sign decals are actually in the incorrect font. Probably because when they made the model, the new livery had just been launched and no call sign was in placed yet. By the time the models were in production, the SOC anti-riot vehicle appeared in the National Day Parade mobile column. And the callsign was shown to be in another font.
SOC Police Tactical Unit Troopers in Packaging
|SOC Trooper and the packaging it comes in|
|SOC Trooper box sides|
|SOC Trooper box front and back.|
|The models in the cases. Side angle.|
|Photo of the Ang Chia in the box.|
|Sides of the anti-riot vehicle model in older livery|
|Front and Back of the anti-riot vehicle model in older livery|
|Sides of the anti-riot vehicle model in current livery|
|Front and Back of the anti-riot vehicle model in current livery|
|Roof of the SOC anti-riot vehicles model|
While with my naked eye, I couldn't see the interior as it is covered by the mesh, however when I used my phone camera, and took the above photo, you can see that the model does contain an interior within its cab. Such amazing feature that they didn't miss out despite the mesh covering the windows.