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    Not Mego This sure is a beauty

    I've been on a lunchbox kick and an unused 1966 Tarzan is a sight for sore eyes.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/37419443290...mis&media=COPY

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    WOW that is a beautful lunch box.
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    I saw one in person this past weekend on a trip to Sieverville/Pigeon Forge TN area. It is indeed gorgeous. We saw TONS of vintage lunchboxes there, but most of the prices were prohibitive. We did score a nice Disney World lunchbox with the Haunted Mansion featured on one side.
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    I love all things Tarzan and especially this, since itís in near perfect condition and it came out the same year I was born.

    To bad they couldnít get a likeness of Ron Ely since the show came out that same year too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earth 2 Chris View Post
    I saw one in person this past weekend on a trip to Sieverville/Pigeon Forge TN area. It is indeed gorgeous. We saw TONS of vintage lunchboxes there, but most of the prices were prohibitive. We did score a nice Disney World lunchbox with the Haunted Mansion featured on one side.
    Lunchboxes take up a lot of space and collect rust if kept in a cold place. So I probably won't have more than a half dozen of them. I already have my favorites Hulk, Superman, and Buck Rogers. There are some good ones out there but it would be tough to narrow it down to only three more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earth 2 Chris View Post
    I saw one in person this past weekend on a trip to Sieverville/Pigeon Forge TN area. It is indeed gorgeous. We saw TONS of vintage lunchboxes there, but most of the prices were prohibitive. We did score a nice Disney World lunchbox with the Haunted Mansion featured on one side.
    My mom lives near that area, so every year when I go to visit her, I hit all the antique malls on Highway 66. There's about 6 of them. You're right about some of the prices being high because I see the same stuff year after year. I seldom buy anything because I know I can get it cheaper on ebay. Once in a while, I'll find that "needle in a haystack!" though. It's the thrill of the hunt I guess.

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    I not really into lunch boxes but that is a very cool one.

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