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/eva/ Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)21:16 UTC+1 No.4230619 Report

How much would a full set of these be worth? It's this one and other five (6 EVA-units total). NIB.
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Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)21:25 UTC+1 No.4230630 Report

>>4230619
Probably not much. Toy technology has progressed by leaps and bounds since then, those are positively primitive now. Add that to the fact that EVERYONE is making Eva figures and kits nowadays, and the market is fucking saturated to boot.

Just checked, the last one of those that sold was opened and it sold for like $13. There are also a few opened Evas from that series selling for about $10 apiece currently.
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Anonymous 06/15/14(Sun)21:53 UTC+1 No.4230655 Report

>>4230619
ah, that was my first eva as a babby. Im not sure if the revoltechs were even around, but the same store did sell them eventually
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)00:05 UTC+1 No.4230811 Report

>>4230619
I got a full set of them for $60. Decent figures, lots of accessories, fun to play with. I'm quite happy with them.
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)04:55 UTC+1 No.4231201 Report

>>4230619
amazing for display, but not really that great for unlimited posability...

I remember paying something like 15 bucks for mine back in the day, bought half the line and my friend bought the other half - I'd probably pay a solid 20 spot to have one NIB again.
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)12:49 UTC+1 No.4231682 Report

I think these look better than the ones today to be honest.
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)17:04 UTC+1 No.4231850 Report

How tall are these, and can you get one without that metallic finish?

I need a figure of Unit 01, but I don't want to pay at least $60 for one (and of the Rebuild version at that, when I just like the TV series).
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)18:38 UTC+1 No.4231977 Report

>>4231850
the japanese release were matte finish

here's a side by side of the RD (on the right)

Eva 01's arms only had interchangable hands and non swivel elbos, so poses were limited to rifle firing or some kind of kungfu stance
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)19:01 UTC+1 No.4231999 Report

>>4231977
Hmm, bigger. I like that. I looked for it online and the only place I found it was ebay, for $65 at the lowest.
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)22:04 UTC+1 No.4232238 Report

does anyone have the two different 05s they released? One of them has insanely great accessories and weapons, and the winged one has beautifully sculpted wings

If I could get the name of those I've always want to buy them but didn't remember until this thread.
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)22:33 UTC+1 No.4232270 Report

When I first bought them, they were about $20 a piece, on the original fuckhuge blister-cards... If you get the original releases, I think shipping will be a bitch, might be more than the figures themselves.
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Anonymous 06/16/14(Mon)22:57 UTC+1 No.4232315 Report

>>4231850
There were three series of the main units on those huge blistercards. Matte finish, metallic finish and translucent-all three were Japanese releases. The "launch tube" series in OP's pic were re-releases of the main units for overseas markets and only came in metallic.

Kaiyodo also released a bunch of other stand-alones including Rei and Asuka, Unit 01 in Hard Core Mode and a pretty cool-looking Sachiel. Lots of great stuff by Kaiyodo from back in the day.

>>4232238
Do you mean the two on the left of this pic?
>>4225450
Search for Kaiyodo Evangelion, Xebec and End of Evangelion. They should turn up.
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Anonymous 06/17/14(Tue)01:38 UTC+1 No.4232554 Report

>>4232270
I doubt you'll find new ones for as low as $20 a piece in 2014, so the shipping will probably not be that bad compared to the purchase.
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