01 July 2019

Collect the unique highly detailed model of the Dodge Charger R / T - a copy of a powerful machine that Dominic Toretto himself was afraid to drive.

01 June 2019

Collect the famous DeLorean, a time machine from the movie "Back to the Future" a scale of 1:8



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Gundam Perfect Grade 1/60 (PG) - MavzolHobby

Released in late 1998, the Perfect Grade series represents the pinnacle of Bandai’s model making technology. It was designed to push the envelope of what was possible with the plastic models by introducing kits with the ultimate proportions and possibility.
Designed for high-end users, the kits are moulded in a large 1/60 scale and feature more than 600 parts. However, the easy-to-follow instruction manual allows even beginners to assemble these high-quality kits with ease

Gundam Master Grade 1/100 (MG) - MavzolHobby

Master Grade (MG) models were first introduced in the summer of 1995, designed and made to higher standards than most other models. These kits take much longer to construct and are often much more expensive than their lower-grade counterparts. More recent Master Grade plastic models typically feature a movable inner frame system which enables extensive movement and bending of joints. As well including standing and seating miniature figures of the pilots of each gundam model. The popularity of this line was so great that a lot of old and new kits from non-graded series were cast as Master Grade models.

Gundam Real Grade 1/144 (RG) or (HG) - MavzolHobby

In 2010, Real Grade (RG) surpassed High Grade as the top-end series of the 1:144 Gunpla line. These kits feature extensive detail and articulation, as well as a poseable skeletal frame comparable to the 1:100 Master Grade kits. The first RG kit was the 1:144 RX-78-2 Gundam, followed by the 1:144 MS-06S Char's Zaku II, GAT-X105 Aile Strike, MS-06F Zaku II (Green), ZGMF-X10A Freedom.