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Dragonball Z Capsule Corp. 991 Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:28498  
Name:Dragonball Z Capsule Corp. 991
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Dragonball Z
Creator:mmdiego  
Date Added:March 31, 2011
Base Figure:Capsule Corp.
Height:6.00 inches
Capsule corp. 991 . We found this capsule corp. vechile in rough shape and decided to redo it. it has had touch ups done to all its paint and had a bit of costume paint added. We also replaced the two lights that it had with new bright white leds and then added 6 more leds on to it. we added a switch on the bottom to turn the lights on and off and there is a button on the top that makes sound effect. the wheels on the bottom fold in and out and the front door opens and closes but the plastic looks a bit foggy due to wear that we could not repair also there are a few sratch marks on the back thrusters that are only visible with the lights on. it runs on 2 AA batteries that are easily replaceable. Very awesome definatly a must have for a dragon ball fan.


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User Comments
issaim98 - Monday, April 4, 2011
Cool how you not only fix it up but added more LED lights.
mmdiego - Thursday, March 31, 2011
Hey thanks a lot future trunks and red rebel customs, I tried your trick about using the buffer for the nails and it worked great but it still looks a little foggy/minor scrapes but it looks a lot better thanks for your advice. plan on using it later on other plastics
RedRebelCustoms - Thursday, March 31, 2011
Great mods! If you are still interested in taking out scratches and don't want to use headlight polish- they usually have a plastic based sanding film made fornmodel trains in hobby shops or use one of those foam blocks with different sides used for buffing fingernails! Those always work great even on really thin delicate and sun rotted plastics.
Unknown User - Thursday, March 31, 2011
Wow, this is really cool.I didn't even know they made vehicles like this.
mmdiego - Thursday, March 31, 2011
I tried to fix it with nail polish removal but that didn't do the trick either. So I don't want to screw up the plastic. but thanks for the advice
flawpunk - Thursday, March 31, 2011
Nice fix up. For the lens scratches try using the stuff to clear headlights. Typically have it at auto stores and walmart
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