Got my hands on a G1 Trypticon, sans Blunt and Full-Tilt and ramps etc.

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Rod Forrester, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. Rod Forrester

    Rod Forrester The Abandoner

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    After some searching I have found that it is expensive to obtain parts for G1 Tryps. Should I use the one I have for display in another mode and just bite the bullet and buy one that is complete? Your thoughts. GO.
     
  2. brr-icy

    brr-icy G1 Collector

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    Bite the bullet, he's way too expensive to complete
     
  3. beanman

    beanman Not a Decepticon

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    It will be easier (and potentially cheaper) to simply buy a complete Trypty. On the other hand, if you're patient (and lucky) enough, parts do become available at good prices.

    I've been in the same boat before with G1 figures...
     
  4. alldarker

    alldarker M.A.S.K. Crusader

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    If you're missing Full-Tilt's gun, then you're probably better off finding a complete one (and if necessary, mix 'n' matching the best parts together). The rest of Trypticon's parts can indeed sometimes be available at reasonable prices... But that gun is always mega-expensive.
     
  5. Gingerchris

    Gingerchris Telly-headed Tyrant

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    Buy a complete one and then sell your other one to make back some cash.
     

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