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GXPT2000

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  1. heres the back of the VF-1, its missing both wings entirely
  2. Hello, I recently purchased a Yamato V2 no paint version for a good price, but it did not come with any wings or the water slides/ stickers. I have tried looking for replacent parts and 3D files online with no success. Does anybody have 3D files of the wings or have extra wings laying around I could pick up?
  3. The Japanese says they are making a "kit" for this scheme... Prepare, modelers? To those that don't want to build a kit...good luck.
  4. I heard that the US is considering adding it, due to the large increase of Internet businesses and customers
  5. Could it be a KO toy? Maybe it was a 1/55 with clear parts... Anyone know what the shoulders innards look on the 1/55?
  6. Hasegawa model. No transformation then.
  7. Sounds like a new mold, as they did not mention anything about scale or price or anything.
  8. It's just a common misconception in Asia all around, where Japan sold items have better QC and are therefore sold at a higher price. No, of course it's false, it is only a way to get customers to pay more money for the same thing.
  9. If you are going to do a diorama, you might wanna go with scales model kits that don't transform, or go toynami 1/100 all the way(for the amount of Vf-1 color schemes they have in this scale, even if it is still not perfectly 1/100, it is going to work as long as you don't mix products.)
  10. Addition to kyekye's description- both we're transformed once. The 1A box was "poorly assembled", so he used double sided tape. Both boxes were stored under no sunlight.
  11. Regardless of that, it is still a great toy. And really, almost all 1/100 scale VF-1 toys are out of scale.
  12. nope. just saying that if you ar buying a useless "block", it is even better to buy tamashii stages.... you can try holding it up with the whole pack of 3 stands, but I doubt some people would have the guts to do that...
  13. lol whats the point in that...might as well get the tamashii stages.
  14. Speaking of stands from Yamato... although a bit off topic, how are the Mighty Block Stands from Yamato? they seem to be very cheap from HLJ..
  15. I believe it does. Dalong.net has a photo review for it, under bandai etc section.
  16. What connector part and mount location do you guys use to mount fighters? I have never tried flying planes with that stand, and would love to know how since I have a few of those stands.
  17. way too small....unless you buy multiple for 1 valk. but even then these stands can come loose if displayed incorrectly. the ACT5 also has a strong ratchet base, more stable for mechs. I would probably reccomend the Bandai Action Base 1 over this.
  18. It's not even mystery.....it's WRITTEN on the pic.....
  19. 1/72 hasegawa model kit, it is.
  20. The revoltech has the ability to do that, although it has parts forming... It certainly would be hard to do with perfect trans
  21. I believe the prices in Japan are actually raising, so I guess lots of people are afraid of them to stop making more valks. I wouldn't be too afraid of it, since some Yamato products are still scheduled for sale under Arcadia. And even if Yamato doesn't make more, someone still might pick up the market of 1/60 valks and expand it.
  22. more 1/100 scale toys....? I am quite a huge nut for that scale...mostly because of my wallet/display space though. but staying on topic, the unique designs of the hi metal could be intergrated to the V2 for a better toy, shoulders, hips, maybe also the ankle movement? a question would be how to make that joint stiff on such a huge toy though.
  23. I mean, if you have multiple valks you would want to display all 3 modes at the same time. Don't think anyone would display a lonely gerwalk unless its like a famous scene. I would display a battroid if it is extremely posable. Otherwise fighter mode is the winner!
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