Edward Ju (gundam@loop.com)
Tue, 25 Jan 2000 13:58:31 -0800


>According to a Japanese Zaku site, four R2s were built by engineers led by
>Major Elliot Rem, three were dispatched to Granada and one was kept for
>further experimental modifications and designated R3. Apparently the R3
>borrows heavily from the MS-11 ActoZaku parts bin but is considered a
>prototype Gelgoog. The R3 was also known as 'Zaku III' at the time.
>
>The MS-06-R3S High mobility Zaku Gelgoog testbed model was piloted by Thomas
>Mayer
>
>Tet

Cool info, thanks!

Eddie

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