Discussion in 'Transformers Sightings' started by feral prime, Jul 9, 2003.
Target on Charlotte pike in Nashville here 5 T-Wrex. Does anybody know if either target in Franklin has SS86 Wreck Gar?
I did the same. Finally opened him. WOW. I like him far more than expected. I already loved Hot Rod SS so much that I expected to like Roddy, but not this much.
It's amazing how big the figure is compared to the compact car mode. He's also maybe just a touch fiddly to Transform, but not like RID 2000 Car Brothers or anything. The extra work to change him is worth it. He's great.
Sorry I'm a bit late but unfortunately no I hate to say this but it looks like only on Target in Middle Tennessee is getting product and that is the Coolsprings Target and so far I haven't seen him the only thing I've seen there is the Kingdom Ark and Kingdom Rodimus unfortunately only or twice, I tried going there again today but no luck at this point buying him online is your best bet that's all I've really been doing with my figures since no one really has anything right now
Thanks for checking. I checked the target on Columbia ave. and they don’t have it either. There were six T-wrecks if anybody is looking for him.
Has anyone seen the vintage offworld jawa recently?
Ollie's has a ton of Rungs and Slitherfangs
Two MPM Optimus' and two Rodimus at Cool Springs Target as of 15 minutes ago
Been wanting a tattoo for years and I finally came up with a concept and artist that I like and took the leap on my first tattoo today!
I would totally get a TF-themed tattoo if I weren't such a pussy! Haha. Awesome colors!
Bargain Hunt is funny like that. I would really like to know what source(s) they use for their pricing.
Random eBay scalper prices?
Has gotta be. It's just insane.
They probably have it confused with the MP version since they look similar. That's all I could think of.
So, Bargain Hunt is a clearing house for Amazon returns, among other things. That's why on occasion you'll find really out of place things (like LG Super Ginrai which I found at one of my nearby locations a few years ago) that don't otherwise make sense for how they got their hands on them. Most likely, when an item comes to them, someone scans the UPC to bring up the Amazon page which they pull a current price from for the "compare" and to figure out the discount price. Right this minute, Netflix Bumblebee is listed starting at $114.99, but one of the other marketplace sellers that comes up is at $155.99. Good chance whatever day this one got labelled, that was the primary seller that came up on the listing and some have priced trending down since.
Because Amazon has product pages for virtually everything in existence, and an API that can be called on to translate UPCs to ASIN numbers and automatically return product data, that is probably their first stop for item pricing. Only then going to other marketplaces or ebay in the odd case where they can't get Amazon data for something.
Columbia Ave Target. Fixed shoulders
Found a G2 Megs at Clinton Hwy Gamestop they still have a X-men Crossover figure
That green is glorious. Megs went camo to be a smartass.
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