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Zoids!

Post by chriscentro » 26 Oct 2014 20:13

I couldn't help myself, just have to get it, Iron Kong.
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Post by oncleoliver » 26 Oct 2014 20:41

Unbox it man. Incredible poison must share!





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Post by chriscentro » 26 Oct 2014 21:10

oncleoliver wrote:Unbox it man. Incredible poison must share!





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ok, here it is, now I worry whether I can fix it up properly :?:
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Post by oncleoliver » 26 Oct 2014 21:29

I had forgotten how complex these zoids were. That looks like many nights of work hahahaha!
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Post by herzausstahl » 26 Oct 2014 21:30

Looks awesome.


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Post by lunarin79 » 26 Oct 2014 21:39

awesome hoot! :mrgreen:
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Post by Stan80 » 26 Oct 2014 22:03

Chris! I am a zoids fan too, i still got the original iron kong, king G, deathsauer all mib
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Post by chriscentro » 26 Oct 2014 22:06

Thanks guys and Stan I might need your advice on how to fix it up, seems complicated.
My only experience was one Gundam model. :o
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Post by Stan80 » 26 Oct 2014 22:31

Follow the guide. It should start from the legs then hands then body
The only thing tricky shld be the body and led light on the head.
Follow the manual step by step, shld be fine. :lol:
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Post by Stan80 » 26 Oct 2014 22:35

This one shld be a level 4 zoid difficulty. No problem, Chris. Layout the parts alphabetically, u will be able to piece them togother slowly.
Same idea as gundam or tamiya 4wds
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Post by chriscentro » 27 Oct 2014 06:01

Stan80 wrote:This one shld be a level 4 zoid difficulty. No problem, Chris. Layout the parts alphabetically, u will be able to piece them togother slowly.
Same idea as gundam or tamiya 4wds
ok, mine has no light one, so it should be simpler, think I will start to build it this Saturday.
and bro, can post pics of your Zoids? :mrgreen:
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Post by Stan80 » 27 Oct 2014 07:54

Okie. I will do it tonight. Lol
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Re: Zoids!

Post by chriscentro » 27 Oct 2014 13:45

Just saw a couple of Youtube videos, apparently the old versions were battery operated got lights and can even walk!
It's really cool looking at how joints articulation when it walked. :mrgreen:
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Post by oncleoliver » 27 Oct 2014 13:55

I had the old version - can't remember its name but it was a t-rex and could really walk and shine lights.

It was awesome!
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Post by Stan80 » 27 Oct 2014 16:41

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Here are some of my zoids i currently having. Some are in the cupboards and too deep to dig.

A few limited editions and 2 assembled Madthunder and Gojulas Mariner.

So huge after i assemble, i realized i got no space to display all. So in the end, most are still MIB.

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Post by Stan80 » 27 Oct 2014 16:44

oncleoliver wrote:I had the old version - can't remember its name but it was a t-rex and could really walk and shine lights.

It was awesome!
It is call Gojulas! Lol
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Post by chriscentro » 27 Oct 2014 16:45

Thanks Stan. You mentioned "MIB" , what does it mean?

Nice collection you have there, the Gojulas that I saw the other day at Funan got me into Zoids, lol.

Yesterday at the shop at Sun Plaza, there was one last box of Gojulas but alas it was reserved. Anyway, my wife probably wouldn't let me hoot it cos it's more ex.
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Post by Stan80 » 27 Oct 2014 16:55

Hi Chris,

MIB = Mint in Box
MISB = Mint in Sealed Box.

Nowadays Zoids are very rare and going at very high prices for these battery operated pieces.

During the 1980s, the first zoids are call OJR = Original Japan Release
During the 1990s and early 2000, the reissue zoids are call NJR = New Japan Release

The very new zoids in are high mobility and very well articulated to pose in many positions. of course the price is also much pricier.

I am looking to release most of my zoids and keeping a few I like. But too bad very few buyers in the market anymore.
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Re: Zoids!

Post by oncleoliver » 27 Oct 2014 17:05

Stan, you are the man!

Great collection!
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Post by chriscentro » 27 Oct 2014 17:08

Stan80 wrote:Hi Chris,

MIB = Mint in Box
MISB = Mint in Sealed Box.

Nowadays Zoids are very rare and going at very high prices for these battery operated pieces.

During the 1980s, the first zoids are call OJR = Original Japan Release
During the 1990s and early 2000, the reissue zoids are call NJR = New Japan Release

The very new zoids in are high mobility and very well articulated to pose in many positions. of course the price is also much pricier.

I am looking to release most of my zoids and keeping a few I like. But too bad very few buyers in the market anymore.
wah, I'm just so late to the party, haha...do you paint them?
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