anyone know what these are?

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  1. Lumpy

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    ive got no clue... they kinda look gundamish, they're diecast, and have clip on armor...
     

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    Orguss toys. Not sure exactly which ones, as I'm not terribly familiar with the show.
     
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    Orguroid and Nickick toys or models from Super Dimension Century Orguss - there were a number of different toy variations made. Those don't look transformable (are they?), so they may have been the smaller scale one-form-only toys.

    EDIT: It looks like they're specifically from the "System Mecha" part of the line. Non transformable figures which had skeletons upon which you would hang the external armor parts.

    http://www.toyboxdx.com/datafiles/data/takatoku2/orguss2.html
     
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    awesome guys! thanks!
     
  5. Carl

    Carl Length and/or Girth

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    I used to have a plastic model kit of the first one (on the left) - think it was marketed as some sort of Robotech mech by Testors?
     
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    Yes. There were a number of model kits that were incorporated under the "Robotech" model kit line, including kits from Orguss, Macross, and others.
     
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    i have the 10 inch transformering version which is pretty sick, although mine is fairly beat up. ive been trying to watch this show for a while but can you imagine...gasp...i cant find anyone with a VCR player O_O
     

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