What's on your shelf?

Here’s my Shelf of Doom. These are just the ones I’ve completed in the last two or three years. None of them are contest material in my opinion.

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I like the whitewashed one,but i always thought a shelf of doom were ones that you didnt complete and out of frustration they were consigned to a box up on a shelf possibly to never be seen again?

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Yeah, that’s the old Dragon Maultier kit. It didn’t turn out too bad; but there were some issues with some of it that I couldn’t get around.

All of those have something I screwed up or aren’t really “contest material”. :crazy_face:

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would like a “Space 1999” Eagle myself, but they are way too expensive for this pensioner LOL

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I have the 1/72 version. Still a bit of money but not as much as the 1/48 kits which I certainly would love to own, which are the ones I believe you’re thinking about. I might bite if they dipped below $100. As a kid I had the giant toy Eagle which I think was close to studio size; three feet or so. I’d take a kit that size if it was affordable because spaceships are always better the bigger they are IMO.

The new one with the lab pod is also 1/72 although there is a 1/48. The lab pod is around $64 on Amazon which makes it pricier than most of the Bandai Star Wars kits and with far less detail. Hopefully the price will drop a bit by the end of the year.

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The 1/48 Eagle goes for over $200 AUST. I had the Dinky toy as a kid back in the 70’s. It is on a long list of “I wish I had that”.

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