6Stelab9

6Stelab9's collection

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Li'l GooGoo the Space Warrior, I never knew the name thanks for posting that pic. As for the Star Robots, the yellow version looks like a knock-off seem to be made cheaper and lighter.  I always figured the purple-leg robot I received yesterday was not a Star Robot, a fair bit different.

 

 

Love your mix, many scarce plastics in there.

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Thanx Morbius and Kobiashi Maru.

At the back of my L'il GooGoo there is written  "1979 C&D Ind.Ltd. HK N°1042 Made in Hong Kong" whereas on the yellow there is written "N°1129 Made in Hong Kong" under its feet and there isn't any manufacturer name on the card. I guess the Star robot have been produced a bit later.

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Great collection! 

Your new pick ups are super - the Mortoy Robbie is a personal favorite.

Congrats! 

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Congrats 

very nice display of robots

 

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Thank you!

An other good day for my collection: I've received two odd robots.

You already know  the armless Venus de Milo I guess...but did you know the two left arms Venus robot? A piece of art!

The other one is a Ideal Robot Bolts with its two tools. Ii was delivered with three other tools that don't belong to it. it's a bigger robot then I thought.

 

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new additions:

Bandai flippers robots

 

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French version of Math genius robot (tiger electronics 1984)

 

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And a beautiful Mars Gun. My first space gun! (well... not exactly, I've got a Zapp Brannigan atomic raygun :-))

 

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An other bunch of robots has been released from the cardboards. Humm...I think there is an intruder :biggrin:.

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Great line up and I see we have a B9 looking thru!

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Thank you Roboto,

It's the trendmasters version. I must confessed i have never seen the TV program which wasn't aired on french television in the 60's (and later when I was a kid). It's a cool robot. I would like to have a Remco and a AHI version.

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