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    Columbus OH

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  1. I have a few Gobots, never near as many as Transformers but they were still okay. I have them on the shelf with Rock Lords, Votoms and a Dougram. One of them is a Burger King toy I believe.
  2. Finally got the Red Fist to Vehicle Voltron (Dairugger XV), just need to upgrade the head to a better condition one. Also purchased and framed a Starcom animation cel for the wall.
  3. I bought the clear stands from smalljoes.com to make sure they stood up, I knew if I had to restand them too many times I would pull my hair out.
  4. I used workmat foam and cut individual strips each one inch larger than the one above it. Cheap and easy since you can't see it with the figures in front. Have to go back and trim the edges at some point.
  5. I got inspiration from a fellow collector to finally display all the ARAH figures on risers, never knew quite how many I had until I pulled them all out.
  6. I can see the dilemma...my Vehicle Voltron has one fist to go and is then complete. I slowed down on the Transformers as it's too easy to fall into the rabbit hole.
  7. Thanks, I figure by the time the smaller toy lines of the 80s become relevant again I will be ahead of the curve.
  8. Thanks, the extra benefit is now I can avoid rebuying a bunch of things now that I can see everything. Basement also keeps out the heat and sunlight.
  9. I've been collecting since I was a child in the 1980s; much of what I have reflects what I kept as a kid (G.I. Joe, Transformers, Voltron, Star Wars) but I have thinned it down to what I can show off to reduce a bunch of bins in storage. It is quite diverse with a lot of smaller toy lines represented; some of my favorites including Starcom, Captain Power, ExoSquad and COPS to name a few. The packaged Ninja Turtles were found in my grandparents attic when we cleaned out their house (fresh with a 1988 Kmart receipt). Cabinets are the Billy cases from IKEA with the optional doors a
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