Customs: Gundam scale vs. Classics

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  1. DavAnthony

    DavAnthony Well-Known Member

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    I'm interested in using some Gundam parts for a Transformer custom. What scale would work with a Classics Megatron though. I've never used Gundams so I'm not sure what sizes/scale they come in.
    Any help would be great
    Thanks
    Dave
     
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    1/100th scale would be closest. A lot of Master Grade Gundams are that scale, but they cost quite a bit more than High Grade ones. There are some 1/100th (no specific grade) Gundams and some High Grade ones are 1/100th scale as well.
     
  3. DavAnthony

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    Thanks man, I'll give them a try
     
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    You might also be able to find some 1/100 Gundam model kits too, if you search the right places. I've found a fair few on discount round and about - I've got a couple of Deathscythe Custom kits, and a couple of Epyons that I picked up for a couple of quid apiece. Of course the plus side of model kits is they're already in pieces, so you can just pick out the bits you need without having to disassemble anything.
     
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    Ramrider, that was what I was going to shoot for. Since I'm going to be using the pieces. There is a model store by me so I'm going to swing by there and see what they have in the 1/100th scale. Hopefully if all goes well I'll be posting some pictures up in the next couple of months.
     

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