Aoshima 2012 Nissan GTR R35 w/engine

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Here is Aoshima's 2012 Nissan GTR R35 kit, this is a new release, I got the kit about two weeks ago, this one does have the VR38DETT motor , its a pretty simple build of the engine, but its there which is nice. Here are the pics of whats in the box

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gtr9.jpg

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Looks like a nice modified reissue, this one is on my "To Acquire" list.

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Posted · Report post

Thats porn cant wait to score me one.

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Love the rims on that thing, cool looking kit!

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Nice. In some ways it appears better than the tamiyas version of the gtr

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What does "Pure Edition" indicate Jonathan ?

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What does "Pure Edition" indicate Jonathan ?

I have no idea Greg, but I am going to try and find out

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I think it's just one of those "lost in translation" things. Just like most Aoshima car kits are part of the "Best Car GT" series and no matter what the subject any non-racing vehicle (and a handful of racing cars come to think of it) from Tamiya are part of the "Sports Car" series. Nothing really all that sporty about a Citroen, Morris Cooper or a stock VW Beetle...

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James, thats what I was thinking, and think you are right

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James, thats what I was thinking, and think you are right

Considering the "E" in edition isn't capitalized. Also my other personal favorite, any reasonably stock Fujimi automotive kit is part of the "Inch Up" Series... :o:huh::blink:

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I want this kit.

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