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There was a VF-1 model I wanted 20+ years ago but never got it. (to expenise for mum to buy)

All that I can remember, think I remember, is that it was about a foot tall.

May have been dicast but not sure.

The only real distinguishing thing I can remember about it was its shoulder joints.

The shoulder joints had clear windows and you could see little gears inside them.

I look for this thing every couple of years and try to find a picture showing the shoulder joints so I can identfy the model.

Just Googled again with out luck.

Figured there might be an expert around here that knows what I am talking about.

Thanks for any help.

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Thanks for all the replys.

I have checked all the links but still cant see the one I am looing for.

The ones with the clear plastic parts wasnt it.

Best I can remember it was only right on the shoulder joints that had the clear plastic window to see, i think it was 3 small gears.

Maybe I should give up.

I could just buy anything thats a foot tall and stick it in a display case.

But that wont fill the hole I still feel after missing out on it 20 years ago.

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Thats just a random picture.

Its like that (red stripes) but the little Black sticker on the shoulder with little Yellow dimond was a clear window to see gears.

I had other little VF-1 toys at the time.

But this thing blew them all away for detail.

I doubt that being in Australia would have made much difference at the time in relation to it being boot leg.


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Guest davidwhangchoi

The pics are from Toybox DX more stuff there you may not have seen before....http://www.toyboxdx.com/datafiles/data/ohsato/

I own samples of the bottom 2 toys/kits .....but the top 2 have eluded me so far..... ;) ....If anyone has them and would like to sell them, let me know....

wow, everytime i look at your wanted/sales list, i learn sometime new of old macross books/toys.

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