Cliffjumper Instruction Booklet

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  1. litoyshow

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    Hello,

    I got this Cliffjumper Instruction Booklet in a collection. It is flat paper stock and says 1985 on it. Does anyone know where this came from and what it may be worth? Thank you.
     

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    Really? You don't know where it came from?
    Sigh. It's from G1 and probably worth like 2 bucks.
     
  3. Auto Morph

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    Dude, G1 minibots didn't have instruction booklets. The transformation instructions were always on the back of the card. That's what would seem to make this a rare item. Happy to be corrected if wrong.
     
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  5. Feralstorm

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    Were there any mail-away promotions for Cliffjumper/any minibots? I remember some G1 toys were available as such, without the normal packaging of the in-store toys.

    Seems this instruction sheet could be part of something like that, or maybe it's just a little photocopy project made by someone who wanted ALL their TFs to have the folding instruction sheets.

    EDIT: checking Tfwiki, it seems there was a Cliffjumper available for sending in robot points.
     
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  6. whoamidri

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    not sure what it's from but I like it. Please to be selling it to me
     
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    Snake_eyes1975 Peace through Tyranny!!

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    Going from memory, I believe that is how I got my cliffjumper.
     
  8. litoyshow

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    There were mail ins for the mini bots. This may be one of the original mail in instruction sheets that came with them.
     
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    I'm guessing mailaway, because that's how you could get it in Canada too with instructions:

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    Can't remember if the Listen N Fun Cliffjumpers came with instructions...

    All the best
    Maz
     
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  11. Autobreadticon

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    Thanks for the information folks, unfortunately Wheeljack on eBay has a incorrect listing relating to this.

    These were U.S mail away minibot toys (I think 3 toys like in Japan), its a pity no one has a photo of them unused
     

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