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Re: where next!

Postby Chopper » 29 Mar 2010 23:31

VAM seems the obvious choice, Eddie. I have my future roughly plotted, I've almost got my VAM's sorted and AF is very near completion, 7 to go I think. Then it'll be Battlestar, Dukes, SW vintage and Bock Rogers. Similar to bill I guess.

I have a nice new MOC figure I bought on the weekend, I'll have to take a pic for you. You'll love it ;-)

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Re: where next!

Postby Thundershot » 30 Mar 2010 07:10

How about GOBOTS?
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Re: where next!

Postby Shaunyboy » 30 Mar 2010 08:21

I've got a Terrahawk figure and a Black Hole figure for trade if anyone is interested? Eddie...? Annie...? I'll have to find them mind you I haven't seen them in a while.

The Black Hole figure is Captain Dan Holland, Terrahawks figure is Lieutenant Hawkeye (loose with no weapons).

I can post pictures if anyone shows interest I'd give you first dibbs Annie for mentioning it first.
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Re: where next!

Postby gung-hoeddie » 30 Mar 2010 12:08

i'll leave that one for Annie.
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Re: where next!

Postby The Baron » 30 Mar 2010 12:40

Transformers?

No... wait... I have some Lego Star Wars figures for sale if you're interested?
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Re: where next!

Postby SteveD » 30 Mar 2010 14:37

I reckon you should collect rare Star Wars Lego Ed. Problem is it's soooo bloody hard to get hold of. Now if only anyone were selling some in a one off batch that would go a good way towards addressing all your lego needs.....
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Re: where next!

Postby skyline » 30 Mar 2010 15:48

ODB wrote:
SteveD wrote:
AnnieM wrote:I'd like to see dome other movie/tv figures like Black Hole, Tron and Terrahawks. I do like the carded Ewoks cartoon figures, too.

Take it from me - terrahawks is difficult. Not that expensive , but tricky to track down. Be it loose or moc. Black hole is possibly easier, but only a small range. I love them both though - nice, obscure 80s nostalgia!
Flash Gordon? Battlestar gallactica? Both similar vein to above.

Or, series 2 moc?


Modellers Loft had a near complete set of the vehicles at their Caterham shop before it was closed. Wasn't cheap though. I thought Black Hole stuff goes for serious money?



Since when did this shop close?
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Re: where next!

Postby AnnieM » 30 Mar 2010 16:00

gung-hoeddie wrote:i'll leave that one for Annie.


I'm not doing a collection! I've got too much stuff already. And I categorically HAVE NOT started collecting Care Bears and anyone that says I have is lying. I just bought a few. That's not collecting, ok?

And I certainly didn't buy a My Little Pony the other weekend. Nosirree!
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Re: where next!

Postby gung-hoeddie » 30 Mar 2010 16:08

SteveD wrote:I reckon you should collect rare Star Wars Lego Ed. Problem is it's soooo bloody hard to get hold of. Now if only anyone were selling some in a one off batch that would go a good way towards addressing all your lego needs.....


you might be right Steve...now where should i begin looking.
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Re: where next!

Postby The Baron » 30 Mar 2010 16:09

Bricklink.

If I were to launch a new collection it would either be vintage Transformers (or those nice replicas anyway) or replacing my 'lost' childhood collections - Vintage Space Lego and Playmo Space.

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