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It will be some time before complete this guy.But this has got to be the Biggest Gwangi kit out there and glad was able to get one from a Fellow Modeler:).At 17 inches long this thing is a monster!:thumbsup:
 

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Thanks Kirk and it will be a while on this one.I still gotta wash it pin it and prime it down and then paint it:)
 

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Hi Dan,

Can't wait to see this one built up and painted :) and boy what a big kit! is that the Aurora or PL hulk that is dwarfed by Gwangi?

Simon
 

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Mitch you aint kidding losts of paint.Simon that is the Aurora kit next to the Gwangi.Now when sized Gwangi up against the Lone Ranger kit it was a perfect match to maybe do a dio with the two.But the thing is gotta get me another L.R. and paint him up plain and add a lasso in the hand.:)
 

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That's a lot of resin! Good luck Dan.
You aint kidding Rick :freak:and this kit has to weigh at least 9 pounds so have to take caution when pinning and double pin the legs and tail and head on to the body to make sure it doesnt come undone:dude:.But as for paint going to need alot of it for him and primer aswell!:)
 

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Wow! That thing is huge! I did not get just how large this thing actually is until I saw the hulk picture. Have fun with this one...can't wait to see the thing fully assembled.
 

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I still gotta wash it pin it and prime it down and then paint it:)
That normally takes you about a day! Can't wait to see this one, and yes, the Lone Ranger is a good kit to convert to a cowboy for the Gwangi lassoo scene; if you have to move the right arm at all, it only takes a bit of excess glue to blend the shoulder into a different position.
 
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