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The new Tamiya Yamato is about ready for her review.

January 29 2012 at 10:34 AM

Bruno  (Login BrunoSchielzeth)
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Yamato 207

Yamato 206

Yamato 205

Yamato 203

Yamato 204

Yamato 200

Yamato 199

Some lint clean-up, probably some paint touch-up, a few little things to fix or straighten or ignore. I'm going to be sorry to see her finished. It was a fun build from beginning to end. Not blood free, not pain free, not stress free for sure, but FUN all the same. I'm just glad that all kits aren't this much fun because I'd never get out of the hobby room! happy.gif

Total parts count is approximately 1639. Depending on the options you pick you use about 1486 of them. I was actually a bit surprised the parts count was that low. I was sure it was closer to 2500. It sure seemed that high at times. wink.gif

Look for a full review in Fine Scale Magazine about April or so.

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In memory of Denis Keegan.


    
This message has been edited by BrunoSchielzeth from IP address 68.23.139.165 on Jan 29, 2012 1:42 PM


 
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