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    I had the original He-Man & Battlecat 2-pack - opened it christmas day 1982 - I'm still kicking myself

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    While ago I opened this one

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    Probly the soceress I got her and opened her and have no regrets.
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    I opened a bunch of MOC stuff when I first got into collecting... it's hilarious to think that it was over 10 years ago, but it was still vintage at the time! I opened vintage sealed Hordak, Ninjor, Land Shark, Blasterhawk, Spydor, a Jet Sled, that red three-wheeled vehicle that pops up into a tripod when you push a button on it, probably even more stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hadley View Post
    I opened a bunch of MOC stuff when I first got into collecting... it's hilarious to think that it was over 10 years ago, but it was still vintage at the time! I opened vintage sealed Hordak, Ninjor, Land Shark, Blasterhawk, Spydor, a Jet Sled, that red three-wheeled vehicle that pops up into a tripod when you push a button on it, probably even more stuff.
    Same here, I had a decent collection of carded figures (probably around 15 to 20 figs) when I first started collecting again, and I opened them all, I just couldn't stand it any more. Among them was Mosquitor and a couple other rarities.

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    Nope it's not gonna ever happen.. but i would like to take this time to thank all of you vintage openers as long as you open your MOC's the value of others only go up

    opening Vintage figures.... i think i need to go sit down for a minute to catch my... i feel winded
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    Top Ten MOTUC wants Sagitar, Lizard Man, Tung Lashor, Mermista, Sssqueeze, Ninjor, Great Black Wizard, Fang-or, Dragstor, Peekablue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lulu-Berlu Reg View Post
    lol! Don't hate me... I gave that figure to our friend Mern-Ra a few years ago...
    And I still have it, and will NEVER sell that one! He's one of 4 figures I keep in an acrylic display case at all times! (Well, 1 of 6, if you count the Classics He-Man & Teela wedding figures that oulala customized for our wedding cake!) I still remember the day that LP He-Man showed up in the mail!!!

    Wow, what a great thread! I can't believe I never read it before!

    Lulu-Berlu Reg has hooked me up with QUITE a few rare ones over the years, so here are the MOC figures I've opened:

    Mosquitor
    Clamp Champ
    Ninjor
    Buzz Saw Hordak
    Fright Fighter
    Blaster Hawk
    Multi-Bot

    And Eternia!

    I know most of those are nothing compared to many of the others mentioned in this thread, though. I don't follow the Leo figures too much--how much was that Skeletor one worth?!
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    I had a large collection of moc vintage figures. As soon as my son turned 3 he decided to take it upon himself to start opening them. DOH!!!! ah well...it was worth seeing him happy and into motu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mern-Ra View Post
    And I still have it, and will NEVER sell that one! He's one of 4 figures I keep in an acrylic display case at all times! (Well, 1 of 6, if you count the Classics He-Man & Teela wedding figures that oulala customized for our wedding cake!) I still remember the day that LP He-Man showed up in the mail!!!

    Wow, what a great thread! I can't believe I never read it before!

    Lulu-Berlu Reg has hooked me up with QUITE a few rare ones over the years, so here are the MOC figures I've opened:

    Mosquitor
    Clamp Champ
    Ninjor
    Buzz Saw Hordak
    Fright Fighter
    Blaster Hawk
    Multi-Bot

    And Eternia!

    I know most of those are nothing compared to many of the others mentioned in this thread, though. I don't follow the Leo figures too much--how much was that Skeletor one worth?!
    It was around $600 I wanted it for my loose collection so I did what I had to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz Saw Hordak View Post
    It was around $600 I wanted it for my loose collection so I did what I had to do.
    I completely understand and commend you!
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    Laser Light Skeletor. I would also like to mention Hook'em Brakk and Too-Tall Hoove, but this is the wrong forum.
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