James L. Ravelo II (jravelo2@pacific.net.ph)
Thu, 21 Oct 1999 08:11:08 +0800


Chaos025@aol.com wrote:
>
> In a message dated 10/20/99 12:35:44 AM US Mountain Standard Time,
> jravelo2@pacific.net.ph writes:
>
> > toy ---> DX Wing Gundam/any wind-up car with flashy extras like sirens
> > and light up blah-blahs
> > model kit ---> 1/100 HG Wing Gundam/ 1/24 Castrol Tom's Toyota Supra GT
> > with minute suspension, cockpit and body details (I LOVE THAT CAR!!!)
> > <sorry for the plug ^_^ >
> > respectively.
>
> So, if you have to assemble the entire thing, and it's a scaled down version
> of another object, than it's a model? But if you don't have to assemble the
> majority of it, regardless of scale, than it's a toy?
>
> SJ
>
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Kaworu's already put up a good explanation on the difference between a
toy and a model kit...

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