GW-200K Dolphin & Whale Froggie

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    GW-200K Dolphin & Whale Froggie

    Just some quick shots I took today in between raindrops:



















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    Re: GW-200K Dolphin & Whale Froggie

    The condition looks excellent. Good catch.
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    Re: GW-200K Dolphin & Whale Froggie

    Awesome piece!!! I almost had one but the seller backed out so I got the GW-200S-8JF instead!! I still have it on my list it's just a little lower now!!

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    Re: GW-200K Dolphin & Whale Froggie

    Good one. Congratulations. I have had my eyes on that model.

    Are these painted? It seems like it has rubbed off a bit around the "F" in Frogman. I always took Gs for being solid color.

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    Re: GW-200K Dolphin & Whale Froggie

    Solid colours are solid, metallic or other special finishes are coatings, letters are painted.
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    Re: GW-200K Dolphin & Whale Froggie

    Nice Frog. This one has a lot going for it, but you don't see it too often.

    Does the band have a metallic sparkly coating? It looks like it might have something else than plain blue resin going on.

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