Help identifying G1's

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  1. Ibrahim70

    Ibrahim70 Well-Known Member

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    I was in OXFAM Charity Shop in Slough this morning and saw 4 G1's.

    One was Brainstorm (£60) but i cant really remember the others.......unless someone can help me.

    I remember a website which showed all the toys and you were able to select through various screens to get to your Transformers (for example, car, blue, autobot....), can anyone link me to that site?

    Thanks Guys!! :thumbs2: 
     
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    grimlock_king25 Hail to the king, baby

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    Ibrahim70 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks!!

    Ok I think one of them bots was.........Galvatron!!!

    But I left him there, DOH!!

    There was also a white car but cant remember anymore.

    And a DinoBot, white.

    Sorry my mind isnt what it used to be lol, but thats OXFAM in SLOUGH and there were 4 of them, all G1, and prices between £19.99 and £59.99.
     
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    You might try this advanced search: Shmax.com: Advanced Search

    Here are all white dinosaurs, for example:
    http://http://shmax.com/search/?for...ors_p[]=1024&Submit=Search&r=1&num_results=40

    and all white cars:
    http://www.shmax.com/search/?form_i...id=6&colors_p[]=1024&r=1&Submit=Search&page=1

    Those descriptions are very broad of course, so you get a huge result set, but you can refine the results by providing more information to the search form, such as a range of year of release, more specific forms (ie. "T-Rex" instead of dinosaur), more specific colors, and so on.

    I hope that helps!
     

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