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    Good models those ones

    IMG_4192 by starpoint73, on Flickr
    1984 Katana 7/11 - done at last! https://www.suzuki-katana.net/member...0-My-First-Kat

    1982 GS450E - not quite stock

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    Tamiya's plastic model seems to be popular, do you guys know this one?

    https://aucfree.com/items/p700422627

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    I get a "403 Forbidden" error on that one, do you have to be a member?
    1984 Katana 7/11 - done at last! https://www.suzuki-katana.net/member...0-My-First-Kat

    1982 GS450E - not quite stock

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    Maybe that model has an Anime Chick draped over it? Meiko from Prison School?
    Badgezz, we don need nor stinkin' badgezz!

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    Excuse me. It may not be displayed on your side. There are:Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	7993These manufacturers are nitto (日東).

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    Ah I haven't come across Nitto ones before! I've got an Aoshima GS400 model I'm (incredibly slowly) putting together.
    1984 Katana 7/11 - done at last! https://www.suzuki-katana.net/member...0-My-First-Kat

    1982 GS450E - not quite stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by peteGSX View Post
    Ah I haven't come across Nitto ones before! I've got an Aoshima GS400 model I'm (incredibly slowly) putting together.
    In addition to Tamiya, it seems that Japanese plastic models are distributed in Australia.

    By the way, I wonder why Tamiya 1:12 scale kit Suzuki GSX 1100S Katana Custom Tuned is in demand at gumtree even if it is $ 45. Can people no longer buy it normally in stores? People can still buy it at stores in Japan for 1,482 yen.
    I think $ 45 is expensive even considering transportation costs and tariffs. Or is the price reasonable?

    By the way, it's the same coloring as your real Katana. I have done the same thing by my car.

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    Pretty sure that's the price I paid for mine, seems to be about the normal price for those kits. We're used to having dearer prices to elsewhere, commonly known as the "Australia tax"

    I chose not to follow the instructions with that kit and did my best to make it as close to my Kat as I could, I think it turned out ok.
    1984 Katana 7/11 - done at last! https://www.suzuki-katana.net/member...0-My-First-Kat

    1982 GS450E - not quite stock

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    Pretty sure that's the price I paid for mine, seems to be about the normal price for those kits. We're used to having dearer prices to elsewhere, commonly known as the "Australia tax"
    Thank you for answering in detail. I was ignorant of them.

    I chose not to follow the instructions with that kit and did my best to make it as close to my Kat as I could, I think it turned out ok.
    It's a good work that everyone can tell at a glance that it's your Katana.

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