Non-TF: Custom Painted Star Wars Darth Vader Figure Case

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  1. char_leigh

    char_leigh Well-Known Member

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    After seeing the documentary "Plastic Galaxy: The Story of Star Wars Toys," I was pretty stoked on my old, vintage, Star Wars figures. When I came across this old, used, Darth Vader Figure Case, I just had to have it. So, I cleaned it up and repainted it with new details and a gloss finish. Thanks for checking this out. ~Lou
     

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  2. WheelWave140

    WheelWave140 Hate's not cool, dudes!

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    The sweet, sweet taste of sacrilege.
     
  3. psiwire

    psiwire Well-Known Member

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    Good work. I had one when they were new, 30-some years ago. You're lucky to have found one of these in such good shape.
     
  4. lerath666

    lerath666 Autocon Vs Deceptibot

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    looks good, but if you're gonna paint it, why not do a screen accurate paintjob of his mask?
     
  5. KnightStrike

    KnightStrike Well-Known Member

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    That looks awesome! I remember having one of these way back when.