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Author Topic: [WTS Maybe?] Robotech/Macross Robots (Takatoku & Bandai)  (Read 1376 times)
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August 24, 2011, 05:43:02 PM
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Would there be a market for these?  They're just sitting on my shelf collecting dust and I'm curious to know if anybody collects them.  These are original Takatoku Toys robots (which later gave way to Bandai, who made them for Hasbro, who released some of these under the Transformers line).  These are the real deal OG robots though.

VT-1 Super Ostrich 1/55th scale, Bandai


VE-1 Elint Seeker 1/55th scale, Bandai


1/144th scale Destroids, Takatoku Toys


1/55th scale Battroid Valkyrie "Miriya" type, Takatoku Toys


I dunno, make me an offer.

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August 24, 2011, 10:07:03 PM
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I'd probably pay 5 Btc for them.  I would assume you could get much more from a collector if you could find one, but I think I could use them as a gift for a friend of mine.  Can't really pay more, though, and I won't be offended if you tell me to piss off.  Smiley
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No worries! Yeah you're probably right, I'd be better off posting this on a toy-enthusiast forum.  I was just testing the waters to see if there were any collectors here.

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