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  1. Has anyone attempted (or considered) kitbashing a GBP-1S armored Valkyrie by combining an older armor kit with the newer Hasegawa VF-1 Battroid model? I have one of these older Arii 1/72 kits: http://www.macrossworld.com/macross/models/arii/ar326-52-box.jpg It's kind of disturbing to open up the box and see how crude the model is compared to today's offerings. The hands and head especially look like they were blown up from an old 1/144 scale toy; at a minimum, replacing those with leftover Hasegawa parts would be an improvement. I've been thinking that it might be possible to hollow out the
  2. From about a year ago, I started working on the 1/100 Armored Factory rerelease. The assembly of the "factory" itself was pretty straightforward, but I got bogged down on the vehicles (old school kits have some truly small parts. E.g.: side mirrors!). This past weekend, I finished the Armoured Valkyrie. It's a major milestone, as I've been working on it for a good chunk of the year. The kit itself is alright, but lacks any gimmicks such as missile hatches that one can open (or are glued open). The possibility is also extremely limited, and the lack of a gun pod is also a shame. It's trul
  3. Did the VF-1 GBP-1S Armor Fired Missiles only come in 1/60 or was there a 1/48 version as well?
  4. Hey guys, first post. I have a few things that I'd like to find and this seems to be the place to find out. I'm looking for a (like the title says) 1/55 Takatoku GBP-1S armor set. Came packaged some times with VF-1S. I'd love to find a loose set, stickers can be messed up or gone, can be yellow (would prefer not), have paint rub (no plastic loss preferred). Has to be complete, no resin parts, some repair or need of minor repair might be dealable. Would buy a nicer than described one if the price is right. A full resin set might be okay if the price is right. I'm big fan of the strange Takat
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