E_CHU_TA said:and usually when the hot wheels guys creep to the star wars section its to buy figures to sell to us for more later on.
bigdog6374 said:I would love to collect the bigger size cars but I just don't have the space to display and it makes no sense to buy them just to stick them in a closet or a box.
bigdog6374 said:Myself I gave up on TH's long ago and pick up whatever catches my eye regardless of how many are hanging aka Pegwarmers or how rare it is.
macross7 said:Any good Hotwheels site to ID old cars (70s-80s)? I recently found all my old HW, Matchbox, other cars and would love to get rid of them. I have no idea what they are named.
You are a hot wheels guy, aren't you?bigdog6374 said:Depends which casting it is. If it's the newest TH out then shove them of Ebay. The key thing to TH's is to have the newest release out and turn it around quick before the next one is released because TH's don't hold their value very well anymore. Outside of 1995 which was the first year they started doing TH's.
The Super Hunt if it's the newest one out should get you between $40-$60 on ebay right now maybe more if you get 2 guys bidding that just have to have it now. The regular one will fetch probably $10-$15 tops as they aren't viewed as TH's by most collectors they look at the regular ones as glorified basic cars.
So, what are you doing on a Star Wars site?bigdog6374 said:Nope used to back in the 80's when I was a kid. Only SW figure I have now is the Holographic Yoda I got from Amazon.com
bigdog6374 said:Ok and to me a Star Wars fan you have to collect the figures?? lol
You make no sense at all.