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    Tarzan knife

    I recently purchased a T2 Tarzan. Clothes, head and body are all original. The knife was claimed to be original but I don't remember the knife being so incredibly flexible. Wasn't the original knife made from hard plastic?

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    No, it's thin, black vinyl and stamped "HK."
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    T2 Tarzan? Nice find.
    Looking for Green Arrow accessories, Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver, and Japanese Popy Megos (Battle Fever J, Battle of the Planets, Kamen Rider, Ultraman)

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    Thank you. That was what I needed to know. I appreciate you taking a moment to answer my question

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    Found him on Ebay. I'm always extra cautious when purchasing from there

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeartofGlass View Post
    Found him on Ebay. I'm always extra cautious when purchasing from there
    It’s always good to check the seller’s feedback rating plus you can click on the feedback number and read what others are saying about this particular seller, if they have 100% feedback your usually fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrekStar View Post
    It’s always good to check the seller’s feedback rating plus you can click on the feedback number and read what others are saying about this particular seller, if they have 100% feedback your usually fine.
    Thank you for the advice. There are so many variations and reproductions out there. I am cautious not for the idea of being scammed so much as a possible seller that believes what they have is truly vintage only to find out the truth later.

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