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Transformers Masterforce: Grand Maximus Parts

Released in 1988 as part of the Supergod Masterforce portion of the Generation 1 toy line, Grand Maximus was only available in Japan, and is easily one of the sought after figures in the Transformers franchise. This is your chance to pick up some of those hard to find pieces to complete your figure, or pick up a good starter body as a project or to upgrade your yellowed/broken figure at a good price. Body: In good shape slightly yellowed, most parts have been removed.…

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Microchange: MC-12 Gun Robo Walther P-38 (Black “Diaclone” Megatron)

Pre-Japanese Megatron. This toy did not include any gun attachments, but had a gun, sword, and plastic pellets. It came with blue inner arms and legs, and was either black with a brown grip, or grey with a black grip in gun mode. The grey version was used for all vintage Japanese Megatrons (The Goodbye Megatron set came with the U.N.C.L.E. scope). The toy’s grey deco was used for the e-HOBBY Megaplex figure. -TFWiki Released in 1983 by Takara in the Microchange toy line, this…

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Transformers Masterforce: Aquastar MIB

Aquastar is a blue and light-blue redeco of the Powermaster Nebulan Hotwire. He was sold in a small box in Japan as part of the Super-God Masterforce series, along with the other separate Godmaster engines Bullet and Zetca. -TFWiki Just like the Japanese exclusive Headmasters, there were also Japanese exclusive PowerMasters/GodMasters. Released in 1988, Aquastar was only available in Japan as part of the Super-God Masterforce portion of the Generation 1 toy line. The figure comes complete in the box, the box shows some signs…

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Microman: Rocket Base (Black G1 Countdown Repaint) MISB

Takara released L-26 Micro Rocket Base on October 29th, 2000 as part of the new Shining Tector series. Micro Rocket Base vehicle/playset is a repaint of old Transformers toy Autobot Rocket Base named Countdown. Transformer Countdown was released back in 1989 during Micromaster series as a play-set for the small Transformers figures which were the main theme of the line at the time. These small Transformers were the same concept as the earlier Mini-Car. Rocket Base was a mobile rocket launch pad that can transform…

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Bandai Metal Joe: MJ-02 Dial Lock (Lock Bot)

In the Mid-80’s Bandai released a small line of transforming locks call the “Metal Joe Series”, this is the second figure in that line MJ-02 Dial Lock. The figure comes complete in the box, with instructions and other paperwork. The box does show some signs of wear from storage/age, but the figure is in great shape. Price: SOLD

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Transformers Armada: Unpainted Destruction Mini-Con Team MISB

As part of the “Golden Week” holiday, Japanese “TF Station” affiliate stores gave out solid-white versions of the Destruction Team at a limit of one per customer. These pieces were made with the intent of being “paint your own” versions. -TFWiki Released in 2003 as part of a Golden Week holiday promotion, these were given out at a TF Station affiliate stores as all white “Paint Your Own” versions of these figures (just like the ultra rare white versions of the Japanese exclusive Headmasters). Here…

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Transformers Victory: Landcross Reissue

Released in 2003, this is a reissue of the original Landcross figures from the Victory portion of the Generation 1 continuity. All six figures are complete and in good shape. Waver (the boat/hip) can be a bit fidgety in the combined mode, but that has been the case with every version of this figure I’ve owned, it’s more of an engineering thing than wear & tear on the figure. Each of these figures can combine with each other to form 3 small combiners, or one…

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Transformers eHobby Gold Chrome Jazz/Meister MISB

Released in 2002 this figure utilizes the Generation 1 Jazz/Meister mold but done completely in gold chrome. The figure was available exclusively in Japan though the eHobby store. The figure comes sealed in the box, never opened, with the tape still in tacked. There is a small ding in the corner of the box from storage (see pics), but the figure is still completely fine. Price: SOLD

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Transformers: Grand Maximus Box

Probably one of the hardest parts to find to complete your Grand Max figure is the box. Here is a vintage Grand Max box, perfect for those of you that enjoy MIB collecting, and waiting to be reunited with Grand Max to displayed along side your other “Mint In Box” figures. The box is not in the greatest of shape, but is still fully displayable as it is. The box has some small rips, and the bottom has been taped. These boxes are hard to…

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Transformers: Grand Maximus

Probably one of the holiest of “Holy Grails” for collectors this guy doesn’t really need much explaining, but for those of you who may be less familiar with him, here’s the nitty-gritty. Released in 1988, Grand Max is a redeco of Fort Max that was only available in Japanese markets. With completed figures going for upwards of $2,000, this is a great opportunity to add this legendary figure to your collection. This figure is NOT complete, but has enough parts that it is perfectly displayable…

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Transformers: G1 Japanese D-98 Sixshot (Boxed)

Released in 1987 this is the Japanese Generation 1 release of Sixshot. The box and foam try are a bit rough, but still displays very well. The figure is in good condition, and comes complete with both guns. The instructions are not included however. This would make a great addition to any collection. Price: SOLD

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Transformers Animated: Takara Earth Mode Optimus Prime (Family Mart Exclusive)

Japanese Animated Earth Mode Optimus Prime was part of a store campaign at Japan’s Family Mart Convenience store campaign. Included is an all new matte version of Animated Earth Mode Optimus Prime, only available through this campaign and in exclusive packaging as shown. -TFSource Released in 2010 this figure was exclusive to the Family Mart chain of stores in Japan, and was “Prize B” in a special “Lottery Style” give-away held through the chain of stores. The figure comes complete sealed in the box, and…

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Transformers Animated: Clear EZ Optimus Prime, Starscream, Bumblebee, Prowl (Boxed)

The set was given away at Family Mart stores in Japan as part of their raffle token promotion. Unlike Optimus Prime Clear Red Version, this version of Optimus is painted to resemble his normal coloration, only clear. The “EZ Collection Limited Clear Version” set was prize D, and included four different translucent EZ Collection figures, the other three being Bumblebee, Prowl, and Starscream. -TFWiki Released in 2010 these figures were “Prize D” in a special “Lottery Style” give-away at the Family Mart chain of stores…

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Transformers Animated: EZ Collection Starscream (Limited Clear Version)

The “EZ Collection Limited Clear Version” set included a redeco of Legends Starscream in mostly translucent purple with opaque purple parts, such as his wings. The set was given away at Family Mart stores in Japan as part of their raffle token promotion. Unlike Starscream Clear Purple Version, this version of Starscream is painted to resemble his normal coloration, only clear. The “EZ Collection Limited Clear Version” set was prize D, and included four different translucent EZ Collection figures, the other three being Bumblebee, Optimus…

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Transformers: “Stealth” Tackle (Landcross Chase Figure)

In 2004 the entire Landcross team from the Victory portion of G1 was reissued. They were only sold individually in numbered “Blind Boxes”; the boxes were numbered so that you knew which figure you were purchasing, but each figure had a secret “Black Chase” version that was randomly distributed two per case of twelve. If you were lucky enough to have randomly picked the “Chase” version of all six Multiforce members, you could build an entirely black version of the Landcross combiner. This listing is…

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Transformers Animated: Optimus Prime & Bumblebee Phone Straps (Family Mart Exclusives)

Exclusive to the Family Mart Prize campaign in Japan, Prize F is a Cell Phone Straps with small Optimus Prime/Bumblebee and Autobot Insignia on them. A great way to show off your Transformers pride every day while taking out your mobile phone! -TFSource A specialty item for sure, these were “Prize F” in a Family Mart “Lottery Style” give-away. All four cell phone straps are still sealed, and includes both the painted and un-painted versions of Optimus Prime & Bumblebee. Price: SOLD

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