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I won't bore you with my reasons, but it all needs to go; the list further below is everything that’s left in my model kit stash. It breaks my heart selling some of these, but I'd rather see them go to another MW member to enjoy, then to have them sit and rot in storage not knowing whether I will ever build another kit, let alone 80+. Prices in USD (per kit): Now, before you Rage Quit MW or die of laughing after seeing my prices, realize they are all inclusive - all you pay is the price you see, nothing more. Shipping: I will ship to Canada/US only. Payment: PayPal (send as “personal payment” - I will accept the fees as the recipient); Interac e-Transfer (for Canada only - convert USD total to CAD first - http://www.xe.com/currencyconverter/); First, some Star Wars kits... Then, various Anime kits; some rare gems in here... Finally getting to some Macross kits; Hasegawa to start... All Macross Kits SOLD Then on to some resin garage kits... All Macross Kits SOLD Here is a v.1 Destroid Monster kit... All Macross Kits SOLD And the "pièces de résistances" - if you're one of those fortunate enough in life that can afford to lock-in an entire collection of Macross resin kits by master/pattern maker John Moscato in one deal; here's your chance! All Macross Kits SOLD
Hi guys, I want to start wishing to all of you a happy new year, and a lot of success this 2012... the year of the Megaroad!! I'm sharing with you my latest model kit, the Miria's Q-Rau, made by Club-M, in 1/72 scale. Well proportioned, but no more details that the lineart show it. This kit is made of the typical resin used in Japan in the 80's, and gave me a huge problems with the paint fixing. Just at the end of the road, I found that a coat of Future improves incredibly the adhesion of the paint. Bad thing not knew this before... I lost all 2011 with this /&%$%&/$/&%$ kit! ¬¬ Also, I need to improve my chipping techniques, but I think I'm getting it. I just need to think better in the locations of the chips... these ones are very ilogical!! About the custom details, the thrusters are of aluminium (I bought them in Ebay), and the canopy can be opened thanks to some wires. Also I made again the antenna and the cannons of the arms, because the originals are very ugly. Another issue was the center of gravity, due its huge "backpack". I solve it turning the legs to the front, as you can see in the lateral view picture. To strong the stability, the legs are fixed, only the arms are movable. And at the end, one of my classic "group pictures", to figure out the size and scales of these mechas. Aside the Club-M Miria (in 1/72), you can see the Yamato's Miria, supposedly in 1/60... Anyway, none of these Miria's can fit in this Q-Rau!!... I just hope to see some day a Moscato's version, to see how John solves this scale problem!! As always, all your comments are welcome.