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#61 Jay K

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Posted 14 July 2013 - 12:12 PM

Fantastic looking over this thread, so many memories of being a kid again. To me and my bunch of friends at junior school, these were like our version of pogs/trading cards - we were swapping ships all the time! Still got a ton of loose ones around somewhere, as well as the Bronze Enterprises, runabout and shuttle, still in it's box (near-mint condition as well). Would love to see them made again using today's modern standards. :)

#62 Gi Jeff

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Posted 18 July 2013 - 04:17 AM

Man I wish I would have kept these.
I had all the micros and I managed to score them at retail.
I even had multiples of some of the harder ships.
Didnt think they would be so hard to get later.
I sold or traded them all years ago.
I do somewhere have a defiant, voyager, and all the enterprises but E somewhere but I havnt found them as of yet.
I did find my aliens micro drop ship.

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Posted 15 August 2013 - 05:01 PM

Holy crap... I'm too much of a hoarder to sell any of them, but I have a little plastic utility box that's probably worth it's weight in Gold-Pressed-Latinum if these are the prices that single, loose, Galoob MicroMachines are going for!

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Posted 02 August 2017 - 02:10 PM

The not-often-seen Franco-Germanic packaging. Some spirited bidding drove this example up to $14.22 excluding shipping from Yurrp. And that, as we all know, is a bargain when it comes to Star Trek Micro Machines, which are worth more than sterling silver per ounce still, in 2017.




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Posted 09 August 2017 - 09:29 PM

Set XI, aka the one with that blasted HMS Bounty, Farragut and Spacedock Shuttle sold for $28.51 w/out shipping from the UK recently.


Very well bought all things considered, because unopened sets with that Bounty are worth their weight in... certainly sterling silver if not gold. (Even I don't have a Bounty).



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