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Bandai Cup Of Noodles, Whats In The Box?

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Yes, now you can have your very own  1:1 model kit of those oh so tasty Cup Of Noodles,  if you import it from Japan it will be around $18 US,  stateside around $30 ish

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Didn't we discuss this model a month or two ago?  Deja-vou all over again. :)

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I really like the warning label on the front of the box.  Not one of my favorite forms of Ramen, prefer the real stuff from my "not so local" international market.

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This needs to go into the Weird Models thread, because this is winning! 

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Looks like someone has too much time on their hands.  That warning likely means someone tried to eat that.....

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I’ve never seen parts trees with different molded colors on one tree?

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On 11/11/2020 at 10:06 PM, peteski said:

Didn't we discuss this model a month or two ago?  Deja-vou all over again. :)

Yeah, I brought this one up a month or two ago. And I'm still just as confused now as I was then. Why anyone would manufacture this kit, let alone buy one.

 

Ahh well, whatever floats one's boat I guess.

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13 hours ago, Ben said:

I’ve never seen parts trees with different molded colors on one tree?

Neither have I, It almost looks like they are snapped on there, but if not, impressive engineering. 

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28 minutes ago, Modelbuilder Mark said:

Neither have I, It almost looks like they are snapped on there, but if not, impressive engineering. 

This molding method is common for Gundam "robot" models. Japanese can do some amazing things.

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