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I have so many official Transformers and other old and new transforming figures and I'm selling them all. I can send all kinds of pictures and you can call me directly with any questions or e-mail me. I prefer cash at pick up but I'm willing to ship if you pay with Paypal or check or money order. I'm trying to put a site together where I can show them all but for know I'll just put up what I can and send pictures as requested.

 

E-mail me at inthesand@live.com

 

Here are some:

 

G1

Optimus Prime: 1 complete, 2 near, 1 figure and trailer

Megatron: 1 complete 1 near 1 gun only

Ultra Magnus: 1 complete 1 figure and trailer(both rubber tire vers.)

Computron: 1 99.9% complete(missing 1 big orange gun for the motorcycle) 1 includes all figures both feet a fist and some weapons

Superion: Four of five figures(just need sling shot figure) with two fists and another part or two, maybe the head

Sludge dinobot: 99% complete needs one missile.

Ironhide pre-rub: has missiles and weapon and weapon holder

Ramjet: has missiles full wings and landing gear

Trailbreaker: 1 complete, 1 missing one fist and I think 1 missile

Sunstreaker pre-rub: 1 complete 1 near complete 1 no accessories

Mirage pre-rub: 1 complete 1 includes spoiler and two missiles

Hound: no accessories

Metroplex: some accessories

MANY MANY MORE!

 

Pre G1

King Dam 02 Head-Torso and Arm-wing sections

King Dam 06 full wing set, missile launchers, landing gear and one vertical stabilizer

 

Super Gobots

Destroyer mint in decent original box

Cy-Kill mint in rough original box

Defendor Mint unapplied stickers sheet included very nice box

 

Gobots

So many and a lot of rare ones! Just ask by Mr number if you know it or a good description like red fiero, blue mustang, blue dune buggy, white jet etc....

 

Machine Wars

Megatron mint in sealed package

Optimus Prime: 1 complete 1 spare trailer

Many deluxe fires some in sealed package

 

Armada

Unicron complete

Super Optimus Prime 99.9% in original box

Most deluxe figures with minicons and weapons many with instructions

Most Minicons and minicon teams including combiners

 

Energon

Omega Supreme: 1 complete, 1 with head missing missiles and one small piece (no breaks, still works in both transformations) 2 missing head and some accessories.

Mirage Mint complete in box

Scorponok complete

most scouts complete

a bunch of scout and deluxe figures mint in sealed packages

 

Beast Wars

Many mint in sealed packages

 

SO MANY IT WOULD TAKE DAYS TO LIST! I have them from 100% Complete in original sealed box to huge lots of parts. I have 1000's so send me want lists and I'll see what I have. The more you get the bigger the deals I can give because I'm getting rid of them all.

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Dude,

 

Great job man, great job. I used the Nemesis one for my Ultrarama.

 

What paper did you use to print it out for your Ultrarama? I printed it out on regular 8x11" paper and it's not tall enough to cover the whole background. Or did you just tape a couple of pieces together?

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First of all, thanks guys for the positive replies.

Secondly, sorry for missing the last few posts, for some reason my subscription to this thread doesn't always work and I don't get emails to posts.

 

 

Gret job Rex, it is possiible to do some instructions to assemble, and put a space (border) to glue the pieces to one another.

 

 

Regards

 

Actually, there are instructions on the high-res artwork. :) Simply download it and you'll see. I apologize if they're confusing, but they're the best I could manage.

 

I didn't make tabs because there are multiple ways to construct it and assemble it—but although I've only built one full-scale once, I didn't actually need or use any tabs. You'll have a higher quality construction if you don't even use them.

 

I constructed it leaving the bottom open for access, and then used tape and hot-glue on the backsides (or inside, I guess), after spray-mounting the artwork onto black card stock and black foam core. I made the two sides from foam core, and the folding parts were all card stock (because the heavy foam-core is good for stability, but the fold parts need to be thinner so you can fold them, obviously). You could use tape to hold it together, but I feel that hot glue works best to hold the seams together. All of this is going to be on the inside, so it won't matter.

 

Watch out if using a hot-glue gun though... It can burn fingers, melt the foam core (if it gets on the foam part) and it also melts laser-printer ink, since laser-printers use heat to apply the ink.

 

Hope everyone enjoys the Teletraan. I'm still trying to get back around to the Nemesis, but 2009 was a rough year, and I've not had much spare time due to my new job. It's been a long time in the making, but hopefully I can get back around to finishing it up. :)

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First of all, thanks guys for the positive replies.

Secondly, sorry for missing the last few posts, for some reason my subscription to this thread doesn't always work and I don't get emails to posts.

 

 

Gret job Rex, it is possiible to do some instructions to assemble, and put a space (border) to glue the pieces to one another.

 

 

Regards

 

Actually, there are instructions on the high-res artwork. :) Simply download it and you'll see. I apologize if they're confusing, but they're the best I could manage.

 

I didn't make tabs because there are multiple ways to construct it and assemble it—but although I've only built one full-scale once, I didn't actually need or use any tabs. You'll have a higher quality construction if you don't even use them.

 

I constructed it leaving the bottom open for access, and then used tape and hot-glue on the backsides (or inside, I guess), after spray-mounting the artwork onto black card stock and black foam core. I made the two sides from foam core, and the folding parts were all card stock (because the heavy foam-core is good for stability, but the fold parts need to be thinner so you can fold them, obviously). You could use tape to hold it together, but I feel that hot glue works best to hold the seams together. All of this is going to be on the inside, so it won't matter.

 

Watch out if using a hot-glue gun though... It can burn fingers, melt the foam core (if it gets on the foam part) and it also melts laser-printer ink, since laser-printers use heat to apply the ink.

 

Hope everyone enjoys the Teletraan. I'm still trying to get back around to the Nemesis, but 2009 was a rough year, and I've not had much spare time due to my new job. It's been a long time in the making, but hopefully I can get back around to finishing it up. :)

 

Glad to hear you scored a new gig. Hopefully this one works out better. I look forward to making the Nemesis computer once you get it ready.

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Just wanted to drop in and say Thanks for making these. Got the link from someone on TFW and joined up here so I could see the progression and stuff. I'm considering re-arranging my entire TF setup with these in mind. Glad you got a new job too! Thanks again!

-G

 

Not a problem guys! If everyone can do me a favor, and post pics when you get your displays set up, that'd rock!

 

I'm glad to help everyone out by providing the files for them :)

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So I've been diligently working on this and came up with a question this AM. What's the best way to connect the Center Console to the main unit? I don't really want to glue it for fear that I'll mess up the surrounding area. I thought about cutting it out with some surrounding white space and making tabs with matching slits in the mainframe but that might not work real well either. I don't really want it to just sit on the top unless that's the best way. Any advice would be great!

 

I'll definitely put up pics when I get it completed. I ended up shrinking the original to 45% which from the looks of things is gonna fit perfect with Classics and Universe figures.

-G

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So I've been diligently working on this and came up with a question this AM. What's the best way to connect the Center Console to the main unit? I don't really want to glue it for fear that I'll mess up the surrounding area. I thought about cutting it out with some surrounding white space and making tabs with matching slits in the mainframe but that might not work real well either. I don't really want it to just sit on the top unless that's the best way. Any advice would be great!

 

I'll definitely put up pics when I get it completed. I ended up shrinking the original to 45% which from the looks of things is gonna fit perfect with Classics and Universe figures.

-G

 

Could always try Velcro. :lol

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