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Old 08-03-2011, 09:30 PM
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Old 08-03-2011, 11:03 PM
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Looks like an interesting vehicle, good to see another manufacturer!
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Thank you Sharkmouth.

Looks to be a great kit in the planning.

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Old 08-04-2011, 07:03 AM
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Sharkmouth, very cool! What are the plans for ? An injection molded kit or 3D printing?
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They are from a kit which is expected late August to early September. It is a 1/35th scale injection molded polystyrene plastic model kit.

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They are from a kit which is expected late August to early September. It is a 1/35th scale injection molded polystyrene plastic model kit.

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Panda Hobby is a brand new company, made up of some execs that left some of the other companies (not sure which however).

Pacific Coast Models is going to be the importer/distributor for North America.

While this is a new company....I am willing to give them a shot.

With the kit due out Septemberish....with a US MSRP of $45, compared to the Block 2 version that Kinetic is releasing....and won't be here till Jan, with a US MSRP of $75....I have no problem giving the "new guy" a shot.

Something tells me the Kinetic one isn't going to sell well at those prices. If it was out first, they would get some sales from those people that have to have it now...but with the Panda one coming out first and $30 cheaper....I don't see the Kinetic one hitting their sale numbers.
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If you where to ask me 2 months ago if I thought this thing would ever come out in plastic I would gave responded with "no chance; enjoy your resin dust"
And now we have two of them coming out within months of eachother.

Interesting times my friends.
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