Phoenix Hawk LAM

The Phoenix Hawk LAM (Land-Air Mech) is an "unseen" mech modeled after the Guardian mode of the VF-1S veritech Super Valkyrie from Robotech / Macross. The airmech mode of unseen version was released in 3 castings:
Note that sometimes the jump jets were not included in the packages of some of the early models. In addition, a revised "reseen" version of this mech appears in TRO 3085 with minis of all three modes produced in 2014.

Mech Picture Reseen casting (airmech mode) This miniature is painted in a classic Crescent Hawks scheme.

STATUS: Completed 01/2017.


Mech Picture Reseen casting (fighter mode) This miniature is painted in a classic Crescent Hawks scheme.

STATUS: Completed 01/2017.


Mech Picture Reseen casting (mech mode)
This miniature is painted in a classic Crescent Hawks scheme.

STATUS: Completed 01/2017.


Mech Picture "Crescent Hawks Inception"
CH Casting
At last, here it is: the rare "Infocom Special" Crescent Hawks promotional Phoenix Hawk LAM. This is the second casting of the P-Hawk LAM, and shares the arms and legs of the third casting. However, the LAM wings have the Crescent Hawks logo cast onto them. Also, this is the only variant of this LAM to come with a special hex base with a slot for plugging the legs into, but you can't see that once the terrain is in place.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 1/2001.


Mech Picture "Sky King"
3rd Casting
This is a 3rd casting Phoenix Hawk LAM. It's painted in a traditional forest camo 3-tone scheme with blue and yellow checkers. The Crescent Hawks logo on the leg is painted in the CH colors.

STATUS: Sold, spring 2001.


Mech Picture "Sandpiper"
1st Casting
This Phoenix Hawk LAM is the original casting. The arms are a single piece mounted to the legs, unlike the Crescent Hawks version. This one is painted in an airbrushed white/brown scheme with Kurita markings.

STATUS: This mech has found a new home, Jan 2001.


Mech Picture "Skull Leader"
3rd Casting
Here is another third casting version of the Phoenix Hawk LAM. This one has a paint job inspired by the Skull Squadron veritechs of Robotech / Macross fame. The Crescent Hawks logo on the leg is highlighted as well.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 06/2000.


Mech Picture "Blue Stirling"
3rd Casting
Blue Stirling was painted in 1993 with a blue and green scheme inspired a little by the Robotech character Max Stirling.

STATUS: Completed, 1993. Stripped, 1999.


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