I'd like to see Chuck Woolery interview Richard Gere and a Gerbil after their date.
If the responses can't get back on topic and stay appropriate, this thread will have to be closed. :meanie: Seriously.
'It is always nice to see you, says the Besalisk at the counter... And instead I pour blue milk...' From "Dex's Diner" by Su-San Vega
i do alot of flea markets... the oddest was when my friend that i go with, he collects 8 tracks, bought a old 8 track case and it had an 2r and c3po in it, he bought the case for a buck, the r2 was very minty. the other score would be a droids c3po for $1.
and We're back in 3..2.. ..
[FONT=Arial]"The streets will flow with the blood of the nonbelivers!" Corn Julio[/FONT]
"Same as it Ever was.." repeat as neccessary..
Does inside Slick's mom count?
You'll be sorry, Pee-Wee Herman!
I can't recall any Star Wars toy finds in unusual places. However several years ago when I was just getting back into vintage Star Wars collecting I had this stupid idea to go to a junkyard and look under backseat cushions of cars for vintage weapons, etc. I actually did this once for about 20 mins and did find a MOTU Skeletor sword in perfect shape. Other than that all I found were pennies and food remnants.
I think there's an older thread about this topic, unless it's from the Old Forums (quite appropriate in this Vintage section if it was). I'll look... :merge:
Merging complete... but my statement was "I shall merge them... we can make beans, into peas! " And so I have.
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I have also found some nice scores at Flea Markets. Once got a very nice Yoda for 50 cents. It had the coat and belt.
Have picked up cases with figures for very decent prices too. Got first 3 of the original Star Wars comics for $5 last year. That was the last score I had at a flea market.