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    Quote Originally Posted by Megospidey View Post
    I am making around 7 sets of these. 1 for the auction, 1 for my card maker and the other 5 sets to take with me to Mego Meet.

    I will probably sell 2 or 3 sets together and break the others up and sell them individiually.

    Any sets or figures that don't sell at the meet I will offer here first before I go to ebay.
    Totally awesome Derek. Very nice as mentioned previously. Especially nice of you for the donation.

    What do you mean though any figures that don't sell? Are you kidding me? These should be an easy sell out IMO.
    Enjoy what you like, and let others enjoy what they like. (C) Azrak 2009

    Too much space. Need more toys!



    Check out the ever growing Mego like sized vehicles data base.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samurainoir View Post
    Great news. The addition of a professional auctioneer really added to the experience, and the entertainment value as well. One of my favourite moments was how he completely won over the reluctant wife of a MM member bidding.. to the point where She started placing bids as well!
    Thanks! We had a great time, and I'm glad to hear you enjoyed it too. We're definitely looking forward to seeing everyone again at this year's meet.
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    A little something I'll be donating - Brick Tracy and his ride:








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    Last edited by EMCE Hammer; May 8, '12 at 1:01 PM.

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    Hey, that's super neat !!!!!!!
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    Very cool!!!

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    Those Monster cereal figures are fantastic. Great job.
    Brick Tracy is a natural fit, love it.

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    And from Jim Hampton.........Mark I Iron Man done in gold and with packaging crate:

    Last edited by EMCE Hammer; Jun 6, '12 at 1:11 AM.

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    That Ironman is Awesome!!!! I will try to make something cool too!!! I will let you guys know soon

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    I'm going to try and have a dozen or so custom Eisner Spirit figures done by the Meet
    An old Irish Blessing - "May those who love us, love us; and if they do not love us, may God turn their hearts; and if He does not turn their hearts, may He turn their ankles, that we may know them by their limping"

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    Are you donating all twelve to the customs auction Derek? :-)

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