walkie wrote:Nice update. The PBP iggys are cool and deserve more love, in hand they are so different to the HK parent, surprisingly they also feel heavier due to the different plastic used (but I've never weighed one to check).
walkie wrote:As for the Luke Hoth photos, outstanding work!! He has to be one of the hardest coo's to photograph, I'd challenge anyone reading this to give it a go.
Tarkin's nosehair wrote:Great update & easy to understand as always, thank you
poncho wrote:awesome luke hoth update thanks for sharing your findings buddy that mec no coo is thing of beauty
Tarkin's nosehair wrote:Great update Plantainman, Didn't know about the 2 versions of 4 LOM PBP armour thought I was lucky to get just one PBP (damn you )
plantainman wrote:The difference in colour between the two PBP Scarred No Coo armour is definitely nothing to do with the degeneration of the plastic. These armour were made in two different tones, and both V1 and V2 armour mould variants can be found in both colours, Technically meaning there are four individual PBP 4Lom variants to collect
Tarkin's nosehair wrote:what about the coat linings white, greenish beige and darker redish beige? Thanks for all your hard work
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