Wasp LAM

The Wasp LAM is a version of the Wasp mech that can change forms between a mech, an aerospace fighter, and an airmech. The original art was based on the VF-1S from Robotech, and is now considered "unseen". For TRO 3085, a "reseen" version of this unit was presented, with a set of minis produced in 2014. The following Wasp LAM minis were produced:

Mech Picture Reseen casting (airmech mode)
This miniature is a reseen Wasp LAM. Painted in a Wolf's Dragoons Epsilon scheme. It's part of a set of the Wasp LAM in all three modes.

STATUS: Completed 06/2016.


Mech Picture Reseen casting (aero mode)
This miniature is a reseen Wasp LAM. Painted in a Wolf's Dragoons Epsilon scheme. It's part of a set of the Wasp LAM in all three modes.

STATUS: Completed 06/2016.


Mech Picture Reseen casting (mech mode)
This miniature is a reseen Wasp LAM. Painted in a Wolf's Dragoons Epsilon scheme. It's part of a set of the Wasp LAM in all three modes.

STATUS: Completed 06/2016.


Wasp LAM Unseen casting
This Wasp LAM is painted in the classic 3025-era Team Banzai mercenary scheme.

STATUS: Completed 8/2005.


Wasp LAM Unseen casting
Before their discontinuation by FASA, the LAM was the most effective recon platform. This Wasp LAM has an airbrushed scrubland camoflauge scheme and hand-painted unit insignia. For a small mech, this mini exhibits a high level of detail, including numbered decals, formation lights, and intake warning labels.

STATUS: This mech was sold in 1999.


Wasp LAM Unseen casting
This part of a matching set comes with the Wasp in both mech and LAM forms. Both mechs have a two-tone gray camo scheme, and hand-painted markings reminiscent of the Robotech Macross series. The mech also features seated antennae, which are often left off this particular mini.

STATUS: SOLD, 03/1999.


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