Chris Beilby (cbeilby@hotmail.com)
Thu, 11 Nov 1999 00:31:51 GMT


> > Well, there were also existing kits for the 1/144 scale Hyaku Shiki/Type
>100
> > and the Zugock too, but these are getting a HGUC treatment too. I think
>the
> > only thing that can be safely said about the HGUC line is that you won't
>see
> > a MG release if a design comes out as a HGUC kit.
> > >>
> >true but the 1/144 kits of these robots were glue together. So the best
>way
> >to describe it is any model that has not had a decent snap together
>version
> >released is up for possible HGUC/MG treatment.
> >
> >Jason
>
>I am not sure if the Full Color Model version of Zugock (also in 1/144
>scale)
>was a snap-together kit, but since it came out in the late 80s/early 90s,
>when Bandai made snap-together technology standard on all Gundam kits, it's
>very likely that they were snap-together kits.

Personally, I'd like to think that the kits that are getting the HGUC
treatment are the kits which need the most improvement over their original
releases, such as the Gyan or Guncannon, which I don't believe had ever been
reissued since the original FG series of kits.

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