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Moc Firefly For Over 2,000 Dollars?


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since I open my figures, this is way way way to much. I also collect comics but not graded comics. Its like find a comic for 5 bucks but since its graded it worth 1000. Just a way of people taking advantage of collectors.

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That is crazy. Do you realize how much joe stuff you could get with 2k. I open all of my stuff anyway. Some people just have to much cash, man that must be nice.

I agree, and then people yell about spending money on the Convention, and seing that i went to the last 2, and loved every minute, The conventions are worth it. This on the other hand, um not worth it.

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That is crazy. Do you realize how much joe stuff you could get with 2k. I open all of my stuff anyway. Some people just have to much cash, man that must be nice.

I agree, and then people yell about spending money on the Convention, and seing that i went to the last 2, and loved every minute, The conventions are worth it. This on the other hand, um not worth it.

Well...it may not be worth it $$$ wise but may fill someone's intrinsic need to own an MOC Firefly in that condition. Personally, I would not do it but for someone out there, this may fill a big hole in thier life.

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I'd buy it no problem.....but I would max out around 1600.

Look, he's top 3 in the most sought after RAH MOC's, and regardless of personal AFA feelings, he's a 9.5 which does make this distinctive. Now 1500.00 for a 8.5 quick kick is outrageous, but a 9.5 firefly is a rare sight indeed.

Who knows 10 years from now, we could be kicking ourselves for passing up such a great deal!!!

I wish I had a delorean that could take me back to 1984!!!!!

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I just took a look at this and the current bid is now up to $2,125.00. IMO this is definitly not worth it. I rather have a loose Firefly then have a carded one anyway. I don't know why people like to spend this much on money. They probably have too much and just want to get rid of it.

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The best part of this? In a few years when that band breaks, he'll have a MOC Firefly and the figure will be in a little pile of parts at the bottom of the bubble - and friends will say "You paid $2000 for a broken Firefly?!?!?!" @loll@

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AFA graded items always go for the big bucks.

That's because people are stupid. Why do they need a grading service to tell them condition, then drop ten times the book value on it?

 

 

 

 

Stupid.

well think of it this way. you have a sealed firefly that you want to sell. would you rather A. a sell it for a couple hundred. or B. pay 15-20 bucks, wait two or three weeks. and sell that same firefly for a couple thousands. now if i had that choice, i would defenetly go with choice B.

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Man...didn't you guys notice that this thing is unpunched? @smilepunch@ @lol@

 

I'm with the rest of you guys...I can't see spending that much on a small piece of plastic that is stuck to a piece of cardboard, no matter how much nostalagia it held.

 

BWT - I'm with you Marty...If I could go back in time, the first thing I would do is clear every Joe and TF off of every shelf in my area. @lol@

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Hasbro should take notes and capitalize on the RAH reissue goldmine, as this auction can attest to. Look at G1 TF's.

Im a fan of Tformers, but if hasbro decides to rerelease the vintage 3 3/4 figures they would sell way better than tf reissues. Im that sure that Id bet an arm an a leg @smilepunch@

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