Danny Kim (email@example.com)
Mon, 17 Jan 2000 22:38:12 -0800
Same here, it is so flimsy. I had to glue some place to make it stable.
Zeta Gundam is one of my favorite design. But, model kits really suck.
I'm thinking about getting non-transforming resin kit.
I agree MG Gundam MkII was a good kit. But, my favorite changed since we got
Robert Ludvig wrote:
> Yeah, I agree with you on the Flimsy Zeta Gundam. The Special Coating kits
> became available again at HLJ but only for a little while (like a week) I
> bought 4, gonna sell 3 on Ebay and put 1 together, and the damn thing is
> SOOO fragile, but looks cool. I have found that the Best MG kit to build
> and that holds up the best is the Gundam MkII.
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> >Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2000 21:54:07 EST
> >Having finally completed the MG ZZ, I have to say that it is actually a
> >kit. It stays together way better then the flimsy Zeta Gundam. It hasn't
> >been too tight in my experiences. And as for the molding, it has been fine
> >with my kit. As far as I'm concerned I'd give it 5 stars out of 5.
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