G-System 1/72 Geara-Doga - Finished Pics!

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G-System 1/72 Geara-Doga - Finished Pics!

Post by fulcy » Tue Feb 01, 2005 1:05 pm

Just got an update from G-System, with finished pics of the 1/72 Geara-Doga. Here's the update:

Re: 1/72 AMS-119 Geara-Doga ( G-System Refined Version )

Further to our 1/72 RX-121 TR-1 ( Innovated Type ) at the beginning of this month, we are pleased to announce our freshly finished release : 1/72 AMS-119 Geara-Doga ( G-System Refined Version ). The kit has applied with LED and soft vinyl joints. Two types of alternative helmets are given, i.e. Soldier Mode and the Captain Type.


KIT DATA
█ Head height : 26.8cm
█ Overall height : 28.8cm
█ Shoulder width : 12.5cm
█ Overall depth : 17.0cm

█ Length of assault launcher : 47.0cm
█ Kit weight : 1.5 kgs
█ No. of resin parts : 196 pcs.
█ No. of heat pressed clear masks : 1 pcs.

█ No. of soft vinyl parts : 6 pcs.
█ No. of screws and caps : 4 sets
█ Other accessories :
LED system x 1 set ;
Spring x 2 pc.
Water-slide decal x 1 pc.

█ Standard price : USD315 each
█ Available date : February 1, 2005



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Post by Tachyon » Tue Feb 01, 2005 1:47 pm

Very cool. An interesting look at the Geara Doga.
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Post by Grebo Guru » Tue Feb 01, 2005 6:03 pm

Holy crapola! That is AWESOME!!!

I love it... I wonder who the concept artist was?

Hey, does this "G-System" have a URL? Id love to see their take on the Hazel... and whatever else they might have up their sleeves.

fulcy

Post by fulcy » Tue Feb 01, 2005 6:32 pm

Check them out at either

http://www.g-system-shop.com/

or

http://www.g-system-models.com/

They have a 1/72nd scale hazel, and are working on a 1/35th scale GP03S, to go along with their 1/35 scale Ex-S

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