So, collecting in Georgia can be very difficult, since we tend to get all the releases a month late, or scalpers completely screw us. So you can imagine how hard collecting the RTS figures must have been. I've been checking my local TJMaxx every other day, managing to score nearly each of the poorly distributed RTS figures, including Grappel. Well the other day, I finally found (just 1) RTS Lugnut in stock. You can only imagine how relieved I was to not have to buy one from evilbay. Except one this....this Lugnut figure was returned, the box completely frigged to hell and taped back up sloppily. You could see one of the chest/cockpit pieces detaches to the bottom of the box, as well as one of the internal leg pieces. Most collectors would go "OH hell no!" and not even bother, but I decided to take a risk with it. After getting home, I tore the box open, gathered the loose pieces, and took a good long look over the figure. I was able to snap back on his loose chest piece no problem, but the real issue was a defective screw in his left leg, unable to keep it attached to his body. It looked like the previous owner tried to fix it, only to fail miserably. So after taking a good 30 minutes to try and UNDO the "fix" the previous owner tried, I proceeded to remove the faulty screw, and replace it with one of my own back-ups. Now the figure is as good as new, and I finally have a G1 Lugnut on my shelf. Glorious.