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  1. What are the exact names of the English version books? I might need to score it on amazon or find someone stateside to pick it up for me.
  2. You need to file a claim with USPS for a refund on your money. I hope you had it insured or it was covered with the shipping option. Then they will track it due to the claim. Also, if the BUYER did not flat out say never receiving it, he may have gotten it and is playing off the fact that you have no further tracking to hold payment. I mean seriously, how hard is it for someone to email or come onto the forum to screaming at you for not sending them their stuff? Sounds fishy all over to me...
  3. Selling for a friend. Framed and approximately 12" x 16" - need to double check this - could be 14" x 18" original hand drawn Lynn Minmay and autographed artwork from 1999. This is NOT an autographed print! It is a real hand drawn artwork from Hal - Haruhiko Mikimoto - for a local person who had an inside track to all things anime back in the late 90s. Ink appears to be acrylic due to age and is pristine as it was stored in darkness. I was given an opportunity to hold and look at this upfront but not allowed to remove the art from the glass frame for further inspection to prevent any damage. You can still see the ink residue at the end of the pen strokes. Due to various reasons, it is up for sale now: Correction : $2000 USD asking price. If you want to make an offer, you can, but no low balling. All those will be ignored. Rules: Since this is for a friend locally in Hong Kong, and not my personal item, there are requirements to facilitate this deal: 1) I can inspect the item on your behalf. Discretion up to the seller to allow amount of handling. More than likely will not allow me to remove item from picture frame until payment has been transfered. 2) I can proxy between you and the seller since you do not know him 3) Payment MUST be by Western Union since the owner does not have paypal. Also I don't want to hassle with exchange rates through my personal paypal account and get stuck with fees or shipping responsibility. 4) Item will be insured for full value at shipping of your choice via Hong Kong Postal Service - SEA, AIR or EMS. If you choose to devalue the item to mitigate customs charges, you take the risk should ANYTHING happen to it and accept whatever it was insured for. Do not EVEN think about disputing this. Protect yourself and eat the custom charges for full insured value. 5) If you are local, you can pickup or deal with the owner yourself. I am offering it to fellow MW'ers only. 6) NO DIBS, HOLDS or CALLS. First paid, first shipped.
  4. It is still available. PM me to discuss further.
  5. Mike, Put me on the list. Can't have enough Monsters!
  6. I have the recast 1/48 YF-21 kit... in fact... it is sitting in box along with the 1/48 YF-19... If you want it, PM. I have no more time to model.
  7. Posting for a friend. See the pictures for details. Was MISB but had to open the brown shipper to check it is real. The tape around the foam has not been removed for inspection so still factory sealed. 650 USD - The last one I saw locally sold for 850 USD +. Price is firm. You are welcomed to offer more. Since this is for a friend locally in Hong Kong, and not my personal item, there are requirements to facilitate this deal: 1) I can inspect the item on your behalf. Discretion up to the seller to remove tape. Most likely not going to happen. 2) I can proxy between you and the seller since you do not know him 3) Payment MUST be by Western Union since the owner does not have paypal. Also I don't want to hassle with exchange rates through my personal paypal account and get stuck with fees or shipping responsibility. 4) Item will be insured for full value at shipping of your choice via Hong Kong Postal Service - SEA, AIR or EMS. If you choose to devalue the item to mitigate customs charges, you take the risk should ANYTHING happen to it and accept whatever it was insured for. Do not EVEN think about disputing this. Protect yourself and eat the custom charges for full insured value. 5) If you are local, you can pickup or deal with the owner yourself. I am offering it to fellow MW'ers only. 6) NO DIBS, HOLDS or CALLS. First paid, first shipped.
  8. Incredible collection and thanks for the info. I have a "healthy" 1/6 collection and can't stand all the Amazonian females I have in the group so was looking at replacing or modding the bodies. I do have a few obitsus for testing...
  9. Curious which obitsu body you use to replace your Anime dolls and if you have any pictures of your other figures?
  10. If you're worried about the rubber sleeve tearing further, try to bend the ball joints all the way open to expose it as much as possible. You are trying to get to the point where the sleeve does not cover the joint. Then dab a small bit of polish. When it dries, turn it the other way around 180 or as far as possible, and dab a small bit on the OTHER side of the joint where the joint is exposed and the sleeve has pulled away from it. This way, you are putting friction back on the naked joints where the sleeve doesn't touch. This is a hit or miss depending on how the rubber sleeve bunches up. You just want to tight up the joint spots where the sleeve has slipped. Or if you have balls, just take the whole joint apart and replace the sleeve with thicker or fresh rubber sheet like how Yamato shows owners how to fix their 1/24 Patlabor torso ball joints. I have a 1st issue 1/60 VF-0A with broken elbow and totally cracked, almost breaking knee joint still here from a swap I did for fellow MW a long time ago. Yamato didn't take it back and I had to eat that cost! Grr.... But maybe I can develop stronger joints off it and offer to Zero owners. Will need to take it apart and see what is possible.
  11. I believe the version 2.0 Zeros still have slightly loose joints. Just don't force it and use the clear nail polish on the ball joints trick to help tighten them up. Nothing you can do about it without replacing or remaking the joints. I don't pose my zero's much for this reason and leave them in static poses most of the time. I definately pose my 1/48 VF-1's more than the 1/60s or 1/100 VB-6! RE: VE-1 and VF-1Ds. I would not worry too much about the pricing and availability if you can wait it out. Unless Yamato specifically says those were limited editions, there is always a good chance for a re-issue, especially when prices are going so high for them now. Same for Bandai.
  12. ... per forum rules. Thanks for the update Exo.
  13. That is not bad actually. The SV-51 can be had for between 100-120 USD in Hong Kong plus ~ 25-30 USD shipping to the states, so that is about correct. Previiously the SV-51 was ~ 150 USD before shipping.
  14. I will post a picture when I get home later today. It is ~ 1/3 to less than 1/2 page of A4 (8.5"x11") but will know when I get home. All single sided on 1 sheet. Picture of my sets attached. Note there are no decals for the Fast Packs. These are ORIGINALS from Yamato Japan and not fan made reproductions
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