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Offline Redmao

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Re: James Bond 007-Aston Martin.
« Reply #30 on: November 27, 2021, 22:51:59 »
Here's a few shots from the set


The car sports some hidden machine guns and battering ram in the front


Oil dispenser in the back to fend off pursuers


Extending rotating blades to tear off enemy tires


Bullet proof screen and rotating license plates


Detailed interior with a red ejector seat button


A clear plastic part pushes the roof away so the ejector seat can function properly




James Bond


James Bond and Rex Dasher, similar yet different tuxedos


Goldfinger


The henchman


Oddjob who sadly can't hold his hat in his hands





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Re: James Bond 007-Aston Martin.
« Reply #31 on: November 27, 2021, 23:08:39 »
Definitely a must have set

That car is gorgeous
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Re: James Bond 007-Aston Martin.
« Reply #32 on: November 28, 2021, 04:33:30 »
Don't like the printed collar on Oddjob but otherwise a wonderful set. Nice detail with Rex having the lower button of his jacket undone suggesting he's a bit more carefree.

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Re: James Bond 007-Aston Martin.
« Reply #33 on: November 28, 2021, 10:14:56 »
I have a few Oddjob klickies. The black piece on the head is removable and it does fit on other klickies┬┤ heads.
But the head from Oddjob is smaller (less high) then normal heads, about 2/3 I would say.

The 'hairpiece' from Oddjob does fit on regular heads, but to create a 'clean' bald-looking effect (but with a hat on top) one should use an old klicky (from the 70s or 80s) that comes without the side-provisions to hold beards, witch-noses, glasses and such. (Of course unless  beards, noses or glasses are desired).

With some 'regular' hairs, Oddjob looks quite weird because of his small/low head.


Thank you Hadoque, that's very helpful information!
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Re: James Bond 007-Aston Martin.
« Reply #34 on: November 28, 2021, 19:10:23 »
I have a few Oddjob klickies. The black piece on the head is removable and it does fit on other klickies┬┤ heads.
But the head from Oddjob is smaller (less high) then normal heads, about 2/3 I would say.

Here's a few shots from the set

Thank you :)