Possibly macross toy id?

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  1. autobotguy

    autobotguy Well-Known Member

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    Hey there folks. I know that this is a TF forum, but I'm betting that there are a few of you out there are Macross nuts. :) 

    Anyways, I was digging through one of my sealed rubbermaid containers of TFs and I found a Macross VF-1S toy that I bought from JustBeToys (now called JustBeComplex) back in 2001. I no longer have the box and I'm wondering what exactly this toy is and what it may be worth. I beleive its from some Masterpiece line, had a ton of missile pods, a few non-posable interchangable hands and the legs are mostly all die-cast. The transformation requires you to completely detach the leg parts from the jet mode and plug them into a small opening that you make by pulling out a small plug in the nose of the cockpit. Under the wings its marked "1984 BIG WEST".
    Here are some pics of this bugger...

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    Any help with the identification of this toy would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!!! :) 
     
  2. OptionZero

    OptionZero Well-Known Member

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    made by Yamato

    original Macross series

    1/60 scale Valkyrie VF-1S version 1.0

    good for its time, far outdated now
     
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    Now that this question has been answered, how about moving this thread to the ToyArk where it belongs?
     
  4. autobotguy

    autobotguy Well-Known Member

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    Sure.....if a mod would be so nice as to do so I would appreciate it. :) 
     

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