Modern-Day Warrior wrote:
Yes, crazy that, i thought the same and asked the old owner before buying it, if he knew if the puzzle was hollow or had the internal parts and pieces and he did not know the answer, he told me that was superglued and was useless
so i paied to see and when i start to unassembly it, i realise that was not only a drop here and there, but the guy did used a lot of superglue
Nice job on the restoration, but... Between this and the Dogic-in-the-fan incident, there needs to be some kind of Dogic Rights Protection group.
sure, as soon as i have posted in here today, it reminds me this "dogic-in-fan incident"
that is something we might do when we were young and did not think before doing things...
Tony Fisher wrote:
Thanks for sharing. Dogic parts are pretty strong so I can't imagine how it got that way. Even if you drop kicked it I would be surprised if anything other than the core would break.
Tony the parts and pieces including screws, springs, the core, tiles, everything were all superglued at an extreme level...
i guess that the guy who did that was desperated
Yes, you are right, it had a broken core, i could check that because there were some tries for fixing it before superglueing
so this "core fixing" did not worked and pieces kept falling apart so some old owner decided in a "out of mind state" superglue all stuff
sounds like something we might do when we had no experience and no patience like when you are young as i said above, in my opinion
thanks for your kind words from you all