Post by The SITH OverLORD on Apr 4, 2005 5:40:54 GMT 8
Wish I could have more time in hand to Edit all the pics that I have taken so far, but this will have to do for the time being..
The picture above are from Kenner's 2nd Wave of Vintage THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK Vehicles, Playsets and Action Figures that were released waaay back in 1981. Apart from the Dagobah Playset and Turret & Probot Playset, I acquired them through eBay from 2000 with the last piece in September 2004 (SaberMaster you would know which boxed playset that I'm referring to! ).
The same goes for the 10 Loose & Complete C9 2nd Wave of TESB figures on the front row, where only the Red Haired Princess Leia (Hoth Outfit), upgraded Red Insignia AT-AT Driver and Lobot (from the Cloud City Playset) were acquired from eBay. ;D
More to be posted after all the current Star Wars Episode III related hype has died down...
Fuhyoooohhhhhh...........i really really noticed that the edges of the boxes are damn perfect ( only a slight creases) . Vintage Sifu, your collections are really a sight to behold.
No way you can get this toys in this conditions here.Vintage Sifu : one question for you, how do u store the boxes? Do u put em back and store them in original condition or do u ever shrink wrapped them?
...and the first 3 Mini Rig Vehicles that KENNER released under its Vintage Star Wars line :
2) MLC-3 (Mobile Laser Cannon)
3) MTV-7 (Multi Terrain Vehicle)
4) PDT-8 (Personnel Deployment Transport)
Please excuse the grainy pics as these were scanned in pictures of photos taken in the days before I acquired my digital camera. ;D
Wow..thanks for sharing the pics, O'Lord Talk about flashback memories.. I actually remember playing with the MLC & MTV toys!! Of course those toys are long gone now, remember I used to hate playing the MTV, coz you had to sort of press it down in order to activate its "terrain" function, kan? Then it'll spring back up again.. *boing!* ;D
Good times, good times..
It is sometimes a mistake to climb; it is always a mistake never even to make the attempt. If you do not climb, you will not fall. This is true. But is it that bad to fail, that hard to fall? -DREAM, from Neil Gaiman's Sandman