Yes. It and the Rogue Shadow were hard to find. I never found either one, so getting the MC for 4.99 is awesome. If they have extras, I'd be happy to pay you for one.Taking a look at ebay, was the titanium Mon Cal Cruiser (Liberty) hard to find, or rare? In the package people want $100+. I just found it at a local collectible shop, loose, for $4.99.
I figured as much. Was it in the same wave as the Outrider? I know that one is hard to find. Looking back, spending $17 on it was a good deal lol.Yes. It and the Rogue Shadow were hard to find. I never found either one, so getting the MC for 4.99 is awesome. If they have extras, I'd be happy to pay you for one.
Great find, DarkArtist! The Strike Force line has intrigued me for a long time. Especially the Klingon Bird of Prey with Kruge.picked up the Star Trek Strike Force NCC-1701D USS Enterprise at a flea market over the weekend. the ship is close to the scale of the Star Wars Action Fleet lines. comes with mini figures of Captain Picard and Commander Riker.
That is a thing of beauty, Sergiu. I only own the slightly-larger-than-Titanium wind-up and release Starspeeder 1000 that I had picked up in 2012.Not really an Action Fleet ship, but very, very close. And for me Action Fleet line remains very close to my heart, even these days when my collecting focus has changed dramatically, and thus I'm always looking for Action Fleet like collectibles.
Disney Starspeeder 3000 arrived las week from an EU seller, and it was at a very good price.
Thanks for the cool story. I think these Starspeeder ships can be found on ebay both in US and Europe. The prices are not too high, but the ship itself fits perfectly with Action Fleet.That is a thing of beauty, Sergiu. I only own the slightly-larger-than-Titanium wind-up and release Starspeeder 1000 that I had picked up in 2012.
I clearly remember my first ride aboard the Starspeeder 3000, on a rainy day in Eurodisney, as it was called back in 1994, when I was 7 years old. Back then I hadn't seen a single SW film and I've never been on a simulated ride before either. When the Speeder barely made it out of the dock through that big porthole and you're suddenly confronted with the vastness of space, I clearly remember getting scared, turning to my mom and asking if we've really left Earth. And on top of that, the ship went into Lightspeed. Imagine not only seeing stars distorting in that iconic way for the first time, but being in a moving ship while it happens. It was pure magic.
In case you know if the seller had any spare ones, please PM me, Sergiu.