Transformers Classics Released In Sweden

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Super_Megatron, Dec 3, 2006.

  1. Super_Megatron

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    cool, how long until norway gets?
     
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    It's all thanks to me. Since I recently bought them all for fairly high import prices, they were certain to be officially released...
     
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    Well, its murphys law I guess. ;) 
     
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    Always nice to see the international fans get some TF love.
     
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    YESSS. =) I hope I get to see them this way north where I live.
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    sweet, second EU country to get Classics

    but rather expensive I think
     
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    That depends on what you compare the prices to. Deluxes are usually around 199 SEK in Sweden, and Megas/Voyagers between 379-399 SEK. Compared to that the prices are actually quite good.

    I can add that Norway has also got the Classics now. A sighting was reported on the NTFA Forums yesterday, but the person didn't say in which city or what the prices were...
     

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