QUESTION Max Rebo

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Does anyone have a Max Rebo in their collection that the limbs match the body exactly? Most of the ones I have been seeing have anywhere from a slight difference, to a major difference in color. Just curious?
 
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I sold a sealed baggie one a couple of years back and it’s limbs all matched the body. It was mainly stored in its Trilogo box with little exposure to light.
 
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Color changing is common on these figures. It happens with age.
 
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Unfortunately, just wondering if it's the norm on everybody figures or random cases.
 
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Mine has the dark blue tank top. Hardly ever see them one tone. Almost like finding a white wampa.
 
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That's what I was wondering. How many others are like this?
Mine is a consistent color. Was purchased in the box in the early 90’s and has been in temperature control and stored in a light proof box ever since. Same with my Wampa. I think the UV is the culprit.

It’s a Catch-22. Store them in a box and don’t enjoy or display and live with the results.
 
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Nice to hear there's still some nice examples out there. Is it the minority or majority?
 
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Good old Blue Elephant. He definetly helped my make the transition from a toddler obsessed with farm & zoo animals, to a little boy obsessed with Star Wars. Him, and tauntauns.
 
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