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Old 20th November 2011, 10:47 AM
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Default Beast wars and energons at antique store in Maylands.

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At a place called Trading Treasures. They have a small selection of Tf's and other toys from the 90's and early 2000's, most are still sealed. I just picked up a huge energon Omega Supreme (train type) still in sealed box for 70 bucks. I know they still have a couple of optimus primals and some energons plus Visionaries/spiderman/ultraman/power ranger etc.
They're at the old Rosses Salvage near tenth ave and railway parade. Worth a look if your in the area.
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Old 20th November 2011, 11:02 AM
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Any more details about the BW toys? Which Optimus Primal?
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Old 20th November 2011, 11:24 AM
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I think there were 3 types a small one on a card maybe blueish, a big grey one in box with electronics and i think one in between is the universe one.
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http://fairplaythings.com/blog/wp-co...shmax-bbts.jpg This was the big one, if not it's very similar I just don't remember it being called Air attack , But BW isn't really my area.
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http://www.google.com.au/imgres?q=op...1t:429,r:0,s:0

This is the medium one.
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http://cdn1.iofferphoto.com/img/item...misb-4cdae.jpg

This wasn't the big one by any chance?
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Don't know if anyone is interested.
At a place called Trading Treasures. They have a small selection of Tf's and other toys from the 90's and early 2000's, most are still sealed. I just picked up a huge energon Omega Supreme (train type) still in sealed box for 70 bucks. I know they still have a couple of optimus primals and some energons plus Visionaries/spiderman/ultraman/power ranger etc.
They're at the old Rosses Salvage near tenth ave and railway parade. Worth a look if your in the area.
Wow, who would have thought we'd see transformers in an antiques store!
I'm heading down south over Christmas, and if it has something worth detouring for I'll do it.

Just to clarify, when you say Tf's from the 90's, do you mean generation 2 (early nineties) or is it only beast wars onward
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Wow, who would have thought we'd see transformers in an antiques store!
I'm heading down south over Christmas, and if it has something worth detouring for I'll do it.

Just to clarify, when you say Tf's from the 90's, do you mean generation 2 (early nineties) or is it only beast wars onward
Yeah. Haven't seen any g2 Just mainly late 90's Energon etc. Her collection isn't mainly Tf's though . But there is some amongst her stuff. I been chatting with the lady a bit, Apparently she bought someones collection a few years ago and now she is selling some off (I think she collects older stuff)
From memory this is the Tf stuff that is down there:
Metroplex (cybertron)
Longarm i think. (Red energon fire truck)
2 sword things in tf boxes energon i think.)
3 optimus primals all different.
possibly some Bwars and Bmachines
I've already bought a Primus,Omega supreme and energon tidalwave not to mention a few other mecha oddities
She said there is more out back (or at home) but it's hard to get to?? i'm trying to find out what it is.
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Old 20th November 2011, 03:31 PM
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Oooh, tempting, even the energon stuff.
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I think this is the exact location, for anyone interested.
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