WTT: My Star Saber & Victory Leo MISB for Loose Complete

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  1. xZAOx

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    I snagged Victory Leo and Star Saber, both MISB, recently. Now, I'm not a MISB guy, so before I cut the tape and apply stickers, I thought there might be somebody out there that might be interested in an upgrade.

    The following things must be met:
    -No damage
    -No yellowing
    -Complete
    -If stickers are applied, they must be done so at least reasonably nice

    The following things would be nice:
    -Instructions
    -Catalogue
    -Box and foam

    So, if anyone has a nice set of these and would prefer to have MISB, shoot me a PM or email me at xZAO99x@gmail.com with the description of your toys and how much cash you'd be willing to put with it. I'd also be willing to entertain other figures in lieu of cash, but the figure you're looking to get MISB with it must be included (unless you're just making some crazy trade option where it's stacked so that I'm getting way too good a deal to pass up hehe).

    Note: these are NOT for sale.

    Haven't had a chance to take pictures yet, but there are no rips or damage that I can see on the boxes, just the usual little scrunches at the corners.

    Thanks!
     
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    Bump for that monday morning crowd :) 
     
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    Man!! Open that up and put some stickers on it :) 

    You also can as soem of the bigger tf ebay stores like angilo and KBCollector.

    They may do that swap.
     
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    Hehe, I'm getting close to doing that. Me and a guy from Canada are currently seeing if we can work a deal. But shipping and customs may kill it. If we lived next door to each other, it'd be done.
     
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    Heh - tell me about it. I'm trying to ship an entire Marvel Legends collection to Singapore - the dude might as well live in ATLANTIS...
     
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    Yeah - I shipped some incomplete pretenders to a dude in Malaysia - the shipping was more than double the toys themselves.

    The problem with going across borders in this case is two-fold - you usually want to insure items this expensive, and that's only like $8-10. But then you have to mark it's value what it's insured at, which is going to make for a hefty customs fee.

    Or you just risk it, forget about insurance, declare the value at $20. That's not my call though hehe. I don't know what luck people have had trying to claim insurance anyways. I hear they make it a serious PITA for damaged postal goods (which really ticks me off, since they don't mind letting you pay for it), and that's just in the US.
     

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