Richie Ramos (gaijin@i-manila.com.ph)
Fri, 23 Jul 1999 21:12:53 +0800


>The later MSV kits all came with the specs sheet, because Bandai found it too
>costly to print the deluxe style assembly manual (which I venture to guess is
>what the MG manuals use as a blueprint) and started printing assembly
>instructions in 1 color, plain sheet and seperated the mecha specs onto a
>single cardboard sheet which was hole punched and would fit nicely in a
>folder. This resulted in the bizarre inconsistency between the early half
>and the later half of the MSV kits' accompanying papers.
>Eddie

        That's too bad...it was quite nice to see good colored stuff on
semi-glossy paper. But I think it's all for the best. i would rather that
extra money go to kit quality than accompanying papers.

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