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post May 17 2007, 01:23 AM
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I remembered I have an old Star wars toy collection in the basement, and realized this might make for a good conversation here.

I've got the original Luke Skywalker action figure, dressed in his Tatooine garb, with a missing light-saber, half the paint on his face gone. I also have the original Darth Vader, his light-saber also gone, and his plastic head came off at some point and I glued it back on. I have a few vehicles like the X-wing fighter and (my all-time favorite) the Millenium Falcon. sw-falcon.gif I keep all my figures in a carrying-case that is in the shape of Vader's head. I also have a chewy teddybear that is flat from me sleeping on it when I was a kid.

I had a friend who had just about every Star wars toy there ever was. I imagine he could've played out the entire 3 movies. I was envious that he had the AT-
AT. sw-atat.gif Although, in retrospect, I can see why my parents didn't buy it: it was bigger than me and took up a lot of space.

I wonder, just out of curiosity, how much, if anything, this stuff is worth now?

Anyways, I'm sure if my wife and I have kids someday, our kids will have fun playing with some of it. I sure did. smile.gif
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post Jan 17 2014, 08:14 AM
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I don't have any old collection since I'm not that old to have any tounge.gif all I have are Star Wars Blu-Rays, DVDs, CDs, games for PS2 and PS3, books etc. But one thing I have is pretty vintage. I'm talking about Star Wars Portfolio, released in December 1, 1977. And in good condition too. I don't have many things I'm proud of, but this thing is pretty neat, especially for where I live. It is hard to get old things like that.


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