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MG 1/100 Gundam W Endless Waltz OZ-13MS Gundam Epyon EW DABAN


 Gundam Epyon  - MG 1/100 Gundam W Endless Waltz OZ-13MS designed by Hajime Katoki

The Master Grade (MG) is a line of Gunpla kits of the Mobile Suits in the Gundam meta series. First produced in 1995 as part of the Gundam 15th Anniversary project, the scale for these models is 1/100.

This is one of the most popular suits from the Gundam series, even though it wasn't in Endless Waltz. Epyon has a lot of new features like expandable wings and movable claws on its arms. Even more, it is transformable to flying dragon form. The new gimmick "Pull-out system" in the leg and whip parts allow for greater possibility and dynamic looks. The mechanical design and marking decals are designed by Hajime Katoki. Get ready Gundam Wing fans, this one's a doozie.

Brand: DABAN
Name: Epyon Gundam
Model: OZ-13M
Product material: Plastic
Version: Master Grade (MG)
Proportion: 1/100
Finished height: 18 CM
Product status: Assembly Required
Box size: About 42*30*12 CM
For ages 15+

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