Aoshima 1/24 Interceptor 2

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Aoshima 1/24 Interceptor 2

Postby barryz28 » Thu Sep 09, 2004 3:29 pm



Hobby Link Japan is advertising a Oct release for this kit. There is no box art for model at the site yet. I have no Idea what the "Interceptor 2" is but will be making an order anyway.


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Aoshima 1/24 Interceptor 2

Postby barryz28 » Thu Sep 09, 2004 3:45 pm



link to Aoshima page with Photo of Mad Max car not road warrior. I think this may actually be the Interceptor 2!!!!!!!


Looks like the photo may be of the remote controll car version


http://www.aoshima-bk.co.jp/zinzi/kyujin/joboffer.htm
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Postby andrewb » Sun Sep 12, 2004 12:00 am






Hi Barry, Thanks for advising us on this, I suspect that its the same kit being reissued as the number (03217) sounds like the original code from the last lot I got, Ill check tonight.


Also Version2 could mean the MM2 car which of course is what weve already got...


Id like to see the MM1 car released with air dam etc..


PS Theres also a smaller "Skynet" built up being released which looks pretty cool, better to get them from HLJ than pay Ebays ripoff prices....
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Postby barryz28 » Sun Sep 12, 2004 2:00 am



I don't think it's the same kit as before. They still have a listing for the original Aoshima 1/24 interceptor and interceptor with metal blower, just listed as discontinued. You can see this at HLJ by using the advanced search. The Aoshima Interceptor 2 is a whole new listing at HLJ, if it was the previous version, they would have just used the old listing again. Ive seen them use old listing for new found stock, makes sence, why create a new listing if one already exists.
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Aoshima 1/24 Interceptor 2

Postby FordMercury » Sun Sep 12, 2004 2:04 am

i ordered the aoshima mad max 2 roadwarrior from mosntersinmotion but they didnt respond to my email regarding availability.......from the pic of the supposed interceptor 2 it seems like its from the first movie.....
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Postby andrewb » Sun Sep 12, 2004 11:21 pm






There is obviously something different, its just thae numbers are similar,(new03217,old032176). The picture you linked looks likthe small 1/43 Skynet...


Id better order now as if its the first movie car these will be real hard to find and possibly expensive "down the track".


FordMercury, Why dont you preorder from HLJ?? I find they are courteous, fast and honestly priced....
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Postby barryz28 » Sun Sep 12, 2004 11:35 pm



I made my order and got confirmation the other day. The best part of ordering from HLJ is that you can cancel before shipment is made. If I am unhappy with what I see, I will just cancel.
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Postby andrewb » Mon Sep 13, 2004 4:57 am






I just emailed HLJ and they confirmed that its a straight reissue....


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Postby barryz28 » Mon Sep 13, 2004 5:29 am

Sorry for getting everyones hopes up. I thought I was helping but looks like I jumped the gun on this one.
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Postby FordMercury » Mon Sep 13, 2004 5:40 pm

HLJ? what is the url?Do they ship for Europe?where are they seeded? Also i was talking about the normal Aoshima Mad Max 2 Roadwarrior interceptor.........
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