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Retaliation HISS and Cobra Commander by KansasBrawler
Crimson HISS and Crimson Horseman (2011) by KansasBrawler
Cobra Pogo (1987) by KansasBrawler
GI Joe Stamp and Sticker Set by Jeremy
Monkeywrech (1986) by KansasBrawler
Buzz Boar (1987) by KansasBrawler
Mail-Away Lifeline (1991) by KansasBrawler
Major Bludd (1983) by KansasBrawler
Darklon and Evader (1989) by KansasBrawler
Forward Observer Unit (1985) by KansasBrawler
Mortar Defense Unit (1984) by KansasBrawler
Mortal Kombat Liu Kang 1994 by Acer
Welly 1/18 Scale Die Cast 1970 El Camino by twitziller
Steel with Waverunner (2013 True Heroes) by twitziller
Mako (2013 True Heroes Sentinel 1) by twitziller
Thunder (1984) by Flag Points’ Dave
Ammo Dump (1985) by KansasBrawler
Dice (2012) by NFCJD
Gatilho (2011) by NFCJD
Mr. Joe by Jeremy
Chinese Major Bludd by NFCJD
Missile Defense Unit (1984) by KansasBrawler
Action Marine (1994) by Acer
Machine Gun Defense Unit (1984) by KansasBrawler
International Action Force (1993) by Acer
Cobra Rifle Range Unit (1985) by KansasBrawler
1985 GI Joe Mural Puzzle Set by @DanUthman
A.W.E. Striker and Night Fox by NFCJD
Ninja Combat Cruiser (2012 Retaliation) by NFCJD
Steel Brigade by NFCJD
APC by Lt. Clutch
Raider by Lt. Clutch
Battle Armor S.N.A.K.E. by Flag Points’ Dave
I never had the SN.A.K.E. as a kid but it was included with a pal’s collection that he sent out to me around ten years ago. But I was lacking the all-important Nostalgia Factor and the stuff I got was long sold off. That is a great idea for a Sideshow exclusive, however. Let’s see if some bright customizer out there reads this and gives Sideshow a source of inspiration.
I LOVED the SNAKE right off the bat, one of my fav aspects was the fact that you could have it together without having to have a pilot with the rubber insides, sure it wasn’t too stable but at the same time it made the appearence be more troops than you had, which was great for battles. I always had these the precurser to the BAT, but they were easily converted from Robot to armor (got that from MASS Device mini series which made the armor appear to be robots). Anyway loved it right from the get go.
I never had the S.N.A.K.E.!
I’d buy one!
The Raider looks like a really cool vehicle. Hope to find one with Hot Seat at a convention someday!
Nice vehicle, the Raider!
The Raider is one vehicle that’s managed to elude me during my relatively recent return to vintage collecting. Hoping to snag it someday, especially since I do own Hot Seat.
I’m also a fan of the APC, but it is truly a cold war relic. I can’t see Hasbro ever digging it up to re-release. That being said, how sweet would it have been to get the APC redone with the Action Force ATC top & interior for the 2012 Convention Oktober Guard set (instead of the WWII era Indy truck)?
What’s the custom Night Fox made up of? Does it use the actual figure’s head, vest and weapon?
Night Fox isn’t new, he appeared with the Pursuit of Cobra Awe-Striker. He another one of those characters made up of reused parts.
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