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GUNHED ~ GUNHED PLASTIC MODEL KIT

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SKU
KP190
$99.99

Specifics:

  • Nearly 10 inches tall (1/35 scale) in its upright configuration with multiple points of articulation for a variety of display options.
  • Features all of the details hardcore fans will recognize from the movie like the multiple wheels, impressive display of weaponry, functional arms in the walker form, sensor unit, and much more.
  • The Gunhed model kit consists of over 300 pieces molded in pre-colored plastic and features detachable parts and two (unpainted) in-scale human mini-figures!

A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import!  The cult classic 1989 film Gunhed (based on a previous manga series and directed by Masato Harada) featured an amazing transforming vehicle that fans have been waiting to add to their collections.  Finally after all these years Kotobukiya proudly presents the GUNHED plastic model kit! 

A unique craft that converts from a sleek tank form to an upright walker configuration, the film’s titular machine is a character unto itself.  The model kit is fully transformable and features all of the details hardcore fans will recognize from the movie like the multiple wheels, impressive display of weaponry, functional arms in the walker form, sensor unit, and much more.  The Gunhed model kit consists of over 300 pieces molded in pre-colored plastic and features detachable parts and two (unpainted) in-scale human mini-figures!  Nearly 10 inches tall (1/35 scale) in its upright configuration with multiple points of articulation for a variety of display options, the Gunhed is a striking model that will really stand out on your shelf!

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More Information
SKUKP190
Scale1/35
MaterialPS, PE, ABS
SeriesGunhed
UPC603259028063
Release DateDecember 2012