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1/35 Gundam Astray Red Frame Bust – Snap Fit

Being a non-Bandai gundam kit, there’s a lot of parts that requires trimming. Although having said that, I didn’t clean the parts thoroughly just to quickly finish the kit. Now I just need to plan the colours to use then I’ll disassemble the kit for painting. IMG_3923

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The battery compartment that houses a CR1220 button cell.IMG_3936

The sides of the head has hatches that can reveal some internal details.IMG_3935

The cockpit is well hidden under the chest.IMG_3932

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IMG_3924Size comparizon with RG RX-78-2.

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2 thoughts on “1/35 Gundam Astray Red Frame Bust – Snap Fit

  1. […] The first thing I do when I get a third-party kit is check the runners against the instruction manual. I have to make sure that the parts are complete the moment I get the box to sort it out with the supplier as soon as possible. Unlike Bandai, these kits sometimes have missing or deformed parts. And need a bit more glue and putty to complete. The box size compared to a typical RG kit box. Parts are a lot bigger than anything I built before. So that’s a breather after snap fitting my RG Zephyrantes. Unlike my Mechanicore MAS-15, this one has a printed manual. Pre-cut water slide decals. Comes with LEDs and aluminium rods for pistons. Check out the snap fit photos here. […]

    1. Mine did not come with aluminum rods for pistons…It was plastic and I had to paint them..The kit over all is cool to build..

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