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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP In the TMP Dawghouse08 Jul 2020 10:17 p.m. PST

"The Maschinen Krieger series of kits is a real niche for modellers, but as more people travel and see some other styles and types of modelling these have seen the light outside Japan and you could say they are thoroughly now in "the Mainstream" of modeller's tastes.

The original "Kuster" & "Friedrich" kits were released in commemoration of the exhibition "Shuji Terayama x Hiroshi Yokoyama: Two Hakoto" held at the Aomori Museum of Art in Japan in 2013. Since then, these models have been snapped up and now only available at exorbitant prices. That looks to change slightly with…"





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