Nicholas Paufler (email@example.com)
Thu, 25 Jan 2001 22:22:08 -0800
That would be Graham's Macrossworld at www.macrossworld.com ... he also
recently broke the news of Toynami (the company started by George Sohn,
former president of TOYCOM, who was making the MacPlus valks) will be
releasing diecast Robotech Veritechs (shudder. I hate that name). Should be
interesting though ... all kinds of transforming mecha for us in the near
Thats a bloody amazing price on the valkyries though. Best I've been able to
find would end up being $120cdn or so.
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Marcel Tualla" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2001 9:03 PM Subject: [gundam] (OT) YF-21 & YF-19 yaaaa!!!
> A friend travelling in Hong Kong just recently > picked up both the YF-21 & YF-19 Yamoto toys > for me!!! and man are they SWEEEET!!! > > I'll try to write a quick review of them very soon. > But just quickly they're both really well done. > Both quit heavy, the YF19 being abit heavier. > Pretty good detailing for a mass produced toy. > > The only thing that's a pain in da but is the actual > transformation process. The first time round each > mecha took at least 45 min to transform from the > battlroid mode the final jet fighter mode. > > But none the less beautifully done when in those two > modes (the geriwalk mode for both are kinda lame). > The antena on the VF-21 actually broke off in my > struggle to transform it! But was easily fix with > some resin glue. So be careful. Besides that > they are REALLY strudy. > > So if your into very "challenging" toys pick these > babies up. Mine from Hong Kong cost just under > $90 Canadian each. > > Does any one else have these babies? and care to comment? > Oh and apparently they (Yamoto) have anounced the > plans to maufacture the original VF-1, including > the strike version. yaaaaaaaa!!!! > > I'll try to send the link to the site were this was annouced... > > Marcel > > > > - > Gundam Mailing List Archives are available at http://gundam.aeug.org/ >
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