The main reason for this custom is that most people feel Stinkor’s forearms were switched at the design phase at Mattel. So I fixed many of them for people. This is my last one. Notice the forearms are corrected.
To make this one special, I wanted to do one for the mint on card collectors. I thought about how to get the clamshell off and back on without causing damage.
My son came up with a cool idea to make this work. To use 2 Stinkor boxes, cut clamshell away from the card about 1 inch all the way around, then cut the other one as close to the card as you can to create one box that can be re-closed with an overlap.
This will give the illusion that it’s still mint in the box unopened, but really you can open and close it at will.
Take a close look at the pictures and you can see where the overlap is.