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I'm not sure if this is right section of the forum to post this since it's not really Macross model (but hey it's cool F-14 model), so please move if it's not. From Hachette Collections Japan, Introducing 1/32 F-14 Tomcat - 'Subscribe to magazine to build' series. Basic idea is you apply for subscription of their magazine ( from issue 1 to 100) and the magazine comes with pre-painted parts of 1/32 F-14. The complete model features remote controlled Engine turbine rotation, LED light up, Canopy opening, Wing open/close, landing gear open/close, tail wing movement, speed break flaps movement, sound FX..etc Also manual movement of main wing spoiler, main wing flaps, Check out the movies link below TV CM DVD introduction If I'm correct, Some Japanese bookstore in US can do the subscription for you. I'm gonna check Kinokuniya bookstore in my neighbor tomorrow. First Issue comes out on 1/21!~
Before you is the definitive GRAIL MODEL KIT by John F. Moscato: the 1/32 SUPREME LEGIOSS resin kit. It was released in 6 segments and includes several hundred parts: resin, steel screws, 3D printed parts, white metal, acetate, vacuum-formed canopy, and a set of full-color decals. There are only 24 in existence... And even less in this MIB condition... You know what to do $900 US + Shipping/Insurance via PayPal (shipping from Canada) I realize haven't been a very active forum member in the last 4-5 years (a bit of lurking now and then), so for those that don't know or remember me, and who may be anxious about doing business considering the asking price (which BTW, for this kit, is an awesome deal!!!), rest assured that I've been getting props on the Mw Straight Shooters List as far back as 2005. As well, I'm always open to discussing installment payment agreements when it comes to expensive deals like this, and have recent experience doing so with several MW members, even after I wasn't able to be as active as I used to.
With all the painting I have been doing of late - and the fact that this Tomcat Model was dropped into my life complete, however No Decals. My Passion for Macross - and Roy Fokker's VF-1S I wondered what the Last Tomcat might have looked like when the VT's were brought into service... 11 hours of masking and here is the result...so far! I would love all of your input on this direction of model building - imagination, but with thought.