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  1. Here go again, trying to reduce my collection to a more manageable level. If you see something you like, please feel free to make an offer. We're doing this through pay-pal, and I will require you to pay shipping. Also, we're giving this 2 weeks on here, and then posting them on ebay in lots, so if you miss them here, you can always go there! These figures have no box unless otherwise stated. Alternators: Decepticharge- complete. Ravage Version 1 and 2, both complete. Swerve, complete. Swindle, complete. Deadend, complete. Rumble, complete. Tracks, complete. Cyberton: Scourge, complete. Excellion(Hot Shot repaint), complete. Megatron T-Rex version, complete. Clocker, complete. Downshift, complete. Shortround, complete. Evac, complete. Unicron(tank), complete. Energon: Scorponok, complete. Alpha Quintesson, complete. Movieverse: Wreckage, complete. Animated: Bulkeahd Leader-class, complete. Bulkhead Voyager class, complete. Blurr, complete. Jetfire and Jetstorm, complete. Sentinel Prime, complete. Starscream, complete Ratchet, complete. Lugnut, complete. Cybertron-mode Megatron Voyager-class, complete. Megatron Leader-class, complete. Black Arachnia, complete. Swindle, complete. Shockwave, complete. Oilslick, complete. Ultra Magnus, complete. Cybertron-mode Ratchet, complete. Lockdown, complete. Prowl with Samurai Armor, complete. RiD: X-Brawn, complete. Scourge. Slight sticker discoloration. Comes with 1 gun, 1 rifle, 1 sword, 1 foam tipped missile with bent but intact tip, 1 missile launcher, 8 missiles, 5 disks for disk launcher, trailer base with working foam missile launcher. No instructions. Ultra Magnus, complete. Robot Masters: Starscream RM-12, complete with box. Beast Convoy RM-11 (Optimus Primal), complete with box. Beast Megatron RM-02, complete with box. Gigant Bomb RM-14, complete with box Rijie(Mirage) RM-03, complete with box. Beast Wars: BigMos (Transquito BWII Japanese version, with box) Quickstrike, D-45 Japanese version with box and card. Stampy(seriously?), C-31 Japanese version with box. Optimus Primal vs Megatron two-pack, with comic and packaging. (Bat and Alligator) Titanium Series Die-cast: Starscream 3-in. unopened. 6-in. Megatron, complete. Generations: Scourge, complete. Starscream, complete, but he came with two left-sided missile launchers. Astrotrain, complete. Tracks, complete. Jetfire, complete. Prowl, complete. War for Cybertron: Soundwave, complete. SPECIAL: All six of the Beast Wars 10th Anniversary figures, with boxes and DVDs, and the Transmutate figure! This will go as a set, so please don't ask for just Transmutate. Only reasonable offers will be considered. The boxes do have some minor crushing, but are otherwise in excellent shape. I'll be posting more figures periodically, so please check back often, and I'll let you know which figures are on ebay as well. Thanks for looking!
  2. Hey guys! Shortly, I'll be posting a list of other tfs in less than stellar condition that some kitbashers might get some use out of, but for now it's just MP Megatron. He's complete, but has a broken tab on one of the red flaps on his leg. I figured someone could use him for parts, or if they're handy enough, fix him up. He also has some tarnish on his feet, but that cleans easily. When I got him, he had the orange cap in his barrel, but it came out easily. I'll have to put it back in for shipping, but you shouldn't have any trouble pulling it back out. I have no idea what would be a reasonable price for him, so I'll just take the best offer. Thanks for your interest, guys!
  3. Sited in Missouri, eh? Gettin' closer to me! I swear, if BBTS doesn't break me, these re-releases will! :tflaugh
  4. I scored big time at the OTHER Walmart in town. This time, I picked up Crosswise, Brimstone, and Thunderblast. Crosswise: I originally thought he looked pretty goofy, but he's got an extremely beefy look to him. Definitely not a wimp, this one. I like the green, and the car mode is unique without being overly alien in nature. A really sweet piece. Except for the Mickey Mouse look, a very cool figure. Brimstone: This guy screams "Terrorsaur" at me. If he was red, he'd definitely qualify for the name. If I manage to pick up a second, there's a repaint going to happen. His arms/feet are a little weird, but it'd be awesome to see those giant claws rend a TF from top right to left bottom. Thunderblast: As Shell-Formers go, she's not bad. She's got an interesting transformation scheme, and being a fem-bot has already earned her a permanent place in my collection, right beside Energon Arcee. Her gun is sweet, and I really like her boat mode. She's definitely something you should consider picking up if you were on the fence. Not the greatest, but who doesn't like a chick with an enormous gun? I also grabbed LOC Starscream and two movies, The Core and Johnny Mneumonic. All in all, I spent a LOT of money. :( But I'm very happy, and I have four new bots to add to the collection! :thumb
  5. Whew! It's been a great week for this TransFan! From the Cybertron line, I picked up Evac. From the Alternators line, I picked up Battle Ravage. In the Alternators, that means I'm missing Tracks, and that's IT! Well, then there's the new releases, but I haven't seen hide nor hair of them yet. I also picked up some GoBots as Christmas presents for my little second cousin. He's only one, but demonstrates a remarkable intelligence for his age. I figure he can handle something that's rated for three and up. I was ecstatic to pick up Evac though. I've been looking for him ever since I heard of him, and he's everything I expected and more! He really does look like a Megaman character, and that's a good thing in my book!
  6. For 300 dollars? I wouldn't care if God himself painstakingly painted each and every little crevasse to be movie accurate, I'm not laying down 300 dollars for a statue. It's not going to happen. And the guy has molds, how much work are we really talking about here? You can't charge people 300 bucks for paint aps.
  7. Nope, sorry. $100, maybe. $150, hells no. There's no way I'd be willing to spend that much money on a figure, sight unseen, that doesn't do anything but sit there. 20th OP was over 70 when I was able to pick him up. He's bigger, heavier, and he does a hell of a lot more. Sure, he's got a massive company backing him, but we're talking about pre-made molds here. How much work really has to go into that? How much is sculpy really? If you can't justify the cost, I'm not spending my money. In this case, I'm not spending my money anyway.
  8. Hey, I was wondering if you could help me out with something. I have an idea for a Soundwave made from a portable CD player. I have most of his trasnformation worked out in my head and the parts I'm going to use, including having the circular piece that holds the CD were his abs are. What I wanted to include in that was a CD that transforms into Lazerbeak. For Soundwave, I don't see any problems. I'll just cut up a CD player, use the appropriate parts from other transformers, do some gluing, some painting, and he's done. But with Lazerbeak, I'm going to have to build the whole thing from scratch, down to cutting out the pieces I'll need. See, I plan on layering him with three sheets, one with the joints, and the other two sandwiching the joint sheet. I already have Lazerbeak's transformation worked out, but no clue how to go about it. See, I don't know how to go about making the joints. They're all hinge joints, and I don't know how to make that on my own. Worse, they have to be thin, since I'm going for accuracy where size is concerned(can't have the CD too thick). Have you got any ideas, or tips, suggestions, or anything else you could offer me?
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