Transparent Hasegawa F-86

I have a opportunity to aqquire a 1/32 Hasegawa F-86. The fuselage
and wings are molded in clear plastic. The kit is in a white Hasegawa
box with green printing but devoid of the usual artwork. The kit is
complete and the owner has wrapped the clear pieces in saran wrap to
protect them from scratches, etc., so it appears well preserved. Does
anyone have any experience or information on this release? What would
be a reasonable price to pay? Any info appreciated.
Reply to
D. Wishart
Loading thread data ...
See:
formatting link
Selling price was around 70$
Reply to
rfranklin
Thanks.
Reply to
D. Wishart
Bummer! I just sold one last month for $20.
Reply to
Ol' 45
OOP kits are worth what the market will pay. That 70$ was their retail when they last had one to sell whenever that was. Second hand resale value is just a crap shoot. I've got some little obscure mecha anime models from Japan that I paid 7$ for years ago. Theoretically I could sell them for 40-45$. Or not. Depends on the day. All I know is my collection is -not- my retirement fund. ;)
Reply to
rfranklin
On 11/14/2011 4:01 PM, snipped-for-privacy@ripnet.com wrote:>
Yeah, I bought a Revell/Takara Japanese bomber kit for $45 but I can't frickin' give it away on ebay. I've been told it is now worth about $10-15.
Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr.
Reply to
Mad Modeller

PolyTech Forum website is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here. All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.