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Old 08-16-2014, 05:05 AM   #1
ShadowTD
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Full Throttle Cardboard Standee

Hi everybody.

Yes, I've just registered to ask this question but I am an honest fan of LucasArts (I've still got my Indy 3 VGA edition 5 1/4" kicking around the loft somewhere). A recent parental move has unearthed the follow item:

Front of FT standee by ShadowTD, on Flickr
Bike & main body of standee by ShadowTD, on Flickr
Rear of standee by ShadowTD, on Flickr

I remember picking this up from a computer shop in Warrington just after it was released, so it's been in my possession for some 19 years. As you can see, it's not in A1 condition (I haven't tried to reattach the bike) so I'm trying to get an honest opinion as to what it's worth. If it's less that 20 then I'll keep it in the collection but I've recently acquired one of these 'children' things and all additional pennies are exceptionally useful.

Note that I'm not trying to sell this on here (I presume that would be against the rules) - I'm just asking for the opinion of an informed collective.

Cheers all!
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