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Street Hawk
Serial/Movie: Street Hawk

Modified: YES
Product Code: -
Brand: LJN
Color: black
Period: April 2015
Status: MIB/Loose
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Street Hawk - Vintage Toys

In these two days, I made two purchases a little bit strange... They are not detailed diecast models, but vintage toys built during the 80s. At the beginning of April, in fact, I shown you an amazing handmade model created by an English boy about the bike used in "Street Hawk". Well, after this, I decided to create a new model of this bike but starting from a base that already exists, that is, the model produced by LJN in 1984. My idea is to use the existing part of the body (caulking parts to correct defects of plastic) but using also the frame and the wheels from an Honda XR 400r produced by Maisto. It will not be an easy job, but I still want to try to create something as similar as possible to the original bike. Why I bought two? The one without the package, as I have explained above, will be modified, plasted and repainted. That one contained in the package will left as is, it will be exposed unchanged: considering the "MIB" state of conservation, after all these years, would be a shame modify it!

Posted by: Fabiano on Mon 4/20/2015 16:0902



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