Transformers: Identification and Price Guide by Mark Bellomo

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  1. lazerface

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    Does anyone have one of these in like-new or really good condition that they would sell me for a good price? Thanks.
     
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  4. gen1fan

    gen1fan G1 PRIME FROM VA TFW2005 Supporter

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    He is working a new one, but in the meantime you can use tfu.info or transformersland.com to identify parts or what parts your missing. To be honest best place to check on prices is ebay
     
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    DethPike Master of Sinanju

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    Ebay:
    Don't they still sell the old one in the collectibles section of Barnes & Noble, etc? I didn't think this book was too hard to find.
     

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