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The Big Guy
Did you ever want a model to dominate over all your other Gundam MGs? This is the one. He is a monst ...
MG MSN-02 Perfect Zeong
I want this beast
MG MSN-02 Perfect Zeong
I want this, because of the majestic sword!
The Master Grade kit of the regular Zeong (sans legs) was big enough...in this scale, the Perfect Zeong is just about the size of a typical Perfect Grade kit, standing a massive 36 cm tall! Over 350 parts plus polycaps for joints are included. Stickers are added for detail, screws are included for much-needed stability, and a nice wire gimmick is featured for the cables that allow the Zeong's hands to shoot out and snap back. Make room on your display shelf!!
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The Big Guy
Did you ever want a model to dominate over all your other Gundam MGs? This is the one. He is a monster. he stands as tall as a PG but double the weight. the Zeong MG is a giant as is so imagine sticking two massive legs on it. the good thing, the legs are very detailed for the time period this came out so expect a nice inner frame and a ton of areas to paint. it also very pose able! Its a great model and I could not recommend it any higher.
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