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#1 Dabeavis

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    Mainly have Kinnikuman/MUSCLE stuff, but I also have some GI Joes and a custom painted MOBAT I found at a model show.

Posted 08 April 2019 - 10:29 AM

Since I've lost interest in toy collecting, I'm selling off the rest of my collection.

 

Free USPS First Class shipping (US only), PayPal Only.

Buy 2 get $1.50 off total, 3 or more get $3 off.

 

Kinnikuman
 
Micro Action Series - All figures are pre-owned and complete w/boxes except for one of the stands is missing most of it's pieces. You can take this incomplete stand with any of the figures for $2 off its price.
 
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(incomplete stand shown here)

 

MK-01 Kinnikuman : $15

 

MK-02 Ramenman : $10

Right hip joint is loose.

 

MK-03 Warsman : $15
 
MK-05 Terryman : $10
Hip pieces are somewhat yellowed-looking, right thigh joint has a noticeable gap.
 
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Muscle Power Grip Ramenman : $10

Been opened but was mostly kept in the packaging, plastic shell has a large crack in it.

 

G.I. Joe

 

1985 Alpine (Incomplete w/ filecard): $5
Both leg/hip joints are loose, only comes with filecard, backpack, pickaxe and grappling gun with a broken line (missing SMG and hooks).
 

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1986 Walkie Talkie, Random acessories and generic figure : $6

 

A roughly-working (at least on it's own) walkie talkie with missing/broken off antenna tip and volume knob. A plastic suitcase and table (shown disassembled) in 3 3/4" figure scale, various guns (mostly non GI Joe except for a 2002 Shipwreck SMG) and an unknown straight-arm style figure (presumably a re-paint, closest I can find to its' design is a Bronze Bomber figure called Sure Fire).

 

I'm also considering selling a custom-painted MOBAT that I got from a model show, but I don't have an adequately-sized box to put it in. It'd also have to be shipped by either FedEx or USPS Priority Mail since the tank itself's almost two pounds.


Edited by Dabeavis, 11 October 2019 - 05:13 PM.

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Watching old anime as if it's in style, since whatever is trending nowadays just wouldn't suit me at all.






#2 Dabeavis

Dabeavis

    Serious Collector

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  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Missouri, USA
  • Interests:Classic Anime
    Pinball
    Video games - PC, I use emulators as well.

    Mainly have Kinnikuman/MUSCLE stuff, but I also have some GI Joes and a custom painted MOBAT I found at a model show.

Posted 11 October 2019 - 05:14 PM

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Watching old anime as if it's in style, since whatever is trending nowadays just wouldn't suit me at all.







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