A $20,000 Transformers collection for sale on Pawn Star!

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  1. Predaking

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    YouTube - Transformers on Pawn Stars


    He's got 2 Complete Fort Max with Boxes and multiples of many expensive toys like Scorponok. I'd love to visit his house and look at the collection in person.



    BTW I want to show the video in my post and not a url link. Can anyone show me how to do it?
     
  2. and2ng

    and2ng Examples, Stupid!

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    That is super old news. Most of the TFWers were talking about it many months ago when the episode first aired.
     
  3. Pikatron

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    Holy crap, what a collection! I'm so glad he decided not to part with them for the amount he was offering. I'm guessing that guy has a hectic schedule, but he should consider selling them off himself on forums or ebay. Any idea if that guy's a member on these boards?
     
  4. Inikalord

    Inikalord Legal Binding Contracts

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  5. Predaking

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    Oopss... I caught the rerun for Pawn Star and thought it was a recent episode. My bad.
     
  6. robowarrior

    robowarrior Arcee's BF

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    :jawdropper:  No comment...
     
  7. FrankyWest

    FrankyWest As far as it goes

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    so? your lame, I didn't know
     
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    Yeah I'm so glad that dude wasnt selling out of necessity
     
  9. Ecmagee1984

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  11. Aaron

    Aaron Master of Crystalocution Moderator Content Contributor

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    No one claiming to be him has stepped forward to my knowledge.
     
  12. mac&cheese

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    5000k for all that? you can sell a few to make that much. but as a business side. If I was to offer someone money for them all to sell for a profit. Then 5000k sounds like a sure profit, after the time spent on selling one by one. Even at 5k it might sell as a lot somewhere. So to buy it and guarantee profit after all the supplies, time spent to sell, list on auctions, pay for labor costs, fees, etc, then 5000k sounds right on. But to collect then 5k is way too little to get for all that.
     

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