HGUC #007 RX-75 Guntank

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The RX-75 Guntank was a prototype mobile suit used by the Earth Federation during the One-Year War. The Guntank served alongside the RX-78-2 Gundam as members of the White Base Team. This iconic Mobile Suit design has captured builder’s hearts for decades and continues to do so to this day.

Articulation –

For such an affordable model kit, the RX-75 Guntank has some decent posability. Both arms are fully articulated, and the head is mounted on a ball joint. Both cannons are mounted on polycaps, so you can display them firing or in standby mode. The treads are made of flexible plastic for easy assembly, but will not move once assembled

Weapons and Other Notable Attributes 

Since the RX-75 Guntank lacks any manipulators, it is not capable of equipping additional weapons. However, with the help of some customization and kitbashing, anything is possible.

This kit includes:

6 Runners total (A1, A2, B, C, D, PC123)
Total Piece Count – 79 with 3 Unused Parts
Materials – PS, PE
Japanese Instructions

Additional Fun information

Pilot(s): Ryu Jose, Hayato Kobayashi, Kai Shiden, Amuro Ray, Larry Radley
Unit Type: Prototype Artillery Mobile Suit
Model number: RX-75-4
Code name: Guntank
Overall Height: 15.6m(51.2ft)
Manufacturer: Earth Federation Forces

Scale: 1/144
Grade: High Grade
Original Release Date: Jan 2000
Gundam Series: Mobile Suit Gundam
Mechanical Designer: Kunio Okawara

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HGUC #007 RX-75 Guntank

Tips and Tricks –

By implementing the technique of Top Coating, you can do a great deal to help preserve the longevity of your models. This process will protect the original plastic of your model kit and prepare it for any additional modeling techniques to follow.

You can drastically improve your results by making the details pop on the HGUC #007 RX-75 Guntank with Panel Lining. The simplest solution for this is Gundam Markers or Tamiya Panel Line Fluid. If you’re up to a challenge making panel wash is always a great option too! It is always recommended to Topcoat with clear gloss beforehand, as some of the products commonly used for Panel Lining will degrade the untreated plastics over time.

Another way to keep adding detail is by applying Stickers/Marking DecalsTop Coating before the application will help decals stick to the surface much better. Using Top Coat after application will help hide the seams on traditional sticker decals as well as waterslides. This additional step will also keep them from peeling over time. Using Decals is a great way to add an even greater level of detail to your scale models.

General Safety Warning:

Suitable Age: 8+

Assembly required. Snap together, no glue needed.

Products shown in photos may have been professionally painted or computer rendered images. They may differ from the actual product.

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD, Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.


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