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Panther G PE Update Set
Teacher
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Posted: Saturday, August 05, 2006 - 07:43 PM UTC
This new set from Cyber Hobby will most definitely improve your new Dragon ''Smart'' series Panther G no end! Take a look....

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Thanks!
canuck63
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Posted: Sunday, August 06, 2006 - 04:32 PM UTC
G'day Vinnie,
I don't want to start sounding like Armorama's "Resident CH Party-p@@p&r",but I'm STRONGLY convinced that the blokes at Dragons and their CH accomplices are taking modelers for a ride !I mean...so-called "Smart" kits oughta be the ultimate,no-PE-cum-resin-needed kits, yet they (the Cyber-hooking gang) swiftly "convince" the customers(which in this case become "captive-customers" ) that the "Smart" kit cou8ld be even smarter with THEIR PE/Aluminum/Plastic/you-name-it add-ons!
Think about that for a minute....it sounds like after-marketing by another name ,and that may sound confusing to some,me for one!
We've got a nice G which should be turned into a little gem by every modeler wishing to pull his/her socks up and seriously work on it,a G that could have done without the usual plethora of after-market goodies(me...I'm a detail-afflicted guy so I know well what buying a kit and half a ton of extras means :-) ,and thus they described it,still here CH goes..... !
Regards
Manu
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Posted: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 - 09:50 AM UTC
Yeah! What he said!

I have one and it's a nice kit on it's own. But if it had the same goodies as the current line of kits along with the upgraded kits it would be a great kit.

But I guess that Dragon wants to expand it's marketing. If they are not careful it might backfire and anger customers.
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Posted: Wednesday, August 16, 2006 - 05:04 AM UTC
Er.......... you don't want it, you don't buy it. You want it, you buy it. You guys would complain if Dragon didn't give you the choice. :-) :-) :-)

Vinnie