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PostSubject: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Sat May 12, 2012 2:50 pm

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PROJECT ''OUTSIDE THE BOX''
BOXED VEHICLES, RIGS, PLAYSETS & CREATURES RESOURCE THREAD


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TABLE OF CONTENTS





VEHICLES





MINI RIGS & BODY RIGS





ACCESORIES





PLAYSETS





CREATURES





PROJECT "OUTSIDE THE BOX"

The goal of this project is to present a comprehensive overview of boxed items from the 3 ¾’’ Star Wars vintage line. The project was inspired by the 'Star Wars Toy Contents' thread made by collector SydSwans in 2008 on the Rebelscum forum. TIG would now like to expand where this great thread left off and we can only do this with your help!



How to send your pictures...

Please contact via PM: Artoo_Detour for details of how to send your pictures.


We are looking for pictures of:

  • The complete toy
  • Please also include a pic of the country of origin / datestamp of the toy
  • Boxes: front, back, 4 sides
  • Instructions
  • Inserts #
  • Figures in baggies (that came with some playsets and special offers) #
  • Parts in original baggies #
  • Decal sheets #
  • Catalog booklets #


#: Due to the rarity of some boxed items, we realise that it is not always possible to cover all contents of the box. Don't worry, just send us what you have. We can always add pics from other members at a later point in time to make the entry complete.



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Ackbar100, Apollo, Artoo_Detour, Aussiejames, Cantina_Patron, Capetown, Chris.75, Commander Clint, Crealkilla, DarthStanley, Dr Dengar, Gonzalo Diaz-Faes, Hans Park, Jawa.57, Lars König, Marc Caraway, Matt Lake, Michael Chomyn, Michael Gohlke, Mike-skywalker, MikeStrange, Mike_Z, RetroRewindToys, Rich Lawlor, Ron Salvatore, Stéphane Faucourt, SydSwans, Thundershot, ToxicToyz, Walkie, Whiskeyinajar, Wookyang, Yeah-sus,




HELPFUL LINKS & THREADS

  • http://theswca.com/images-toys/figuretoys/checklist.html
  • http://12back.com/
  • http://web.ncf.ca/cn333/toys.htm#kenner
  • http://trilogo.info/boxed-toy-guide/vehicles
  • Walkie's Instructions Limelight
  • Star Wars Toy Contents Guide


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PostSubject: Cloud City Playset   Sat May 12, 2012 2:58 pm


CLOUD CITY PLAYSET (SEARS EXCLUSIVE)



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KENNER US VERSION

Pictures made by Dr Dengar.






Remark: All heat sealed ESB-d baggies.





KENNER CANADA VERSION


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Please send us your pics if you have the Canada version in your collection.

Also let us know if there are versions out there which we have missed so far (just by posting in this thread).

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PostSubject: Vintage X-Wing Fighter Variations   Mon May 14, 2012 8:39 am



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THE X-WING FIGHTER




Written and compiled by Artoo_Detour. Special thanks to Michifromhell, The Guilty One and Chiquetaba.


The X-Wing Fighter was one of the first three vehicles released by Kenner in 1978 for their 3 3/4 inch action figure line. It quickly became an iconic and must-have toy for Star Wars kids in the 1970s and 80s, and featured throughout all of the major toy line changes - SW, ESB, ROTJ, Bilogo and Trilogo, and the Brazilian POTF.

There are five main vehicle variants: the Kenner white electronic, the Kenner grey electronic, the European (often referred to as Palitoy) white non-electronic, the European/Palitoy grey non-electronic, and the Glasslite silver/grey electronic sound only.

You may be surprised to learn that there are at least twenty-five (25) different box releases for this cool ship so far! Add to this the five main vehicle variants and their decal changes - this makes the X-Wing Fighter arguably the vintage vehicle with the most variations!

The following guide will work through the ten different licenses that produced the X-Wing Fighter, beginning with Star Wars releases, Empire Strikes Back and beyond.



note: research is still ongoing. if you have any info to share please get in touch!




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#1. USA. Kenner 1st issue. SW. X-Wing Fighter. 1978.

Box details: Red background. Double racetrack. LP logo. Kenner logo. Luke FB figure is pictured inside the cockpit.
Toy details: electronic light and sound. Nose light. Clear cockpit canopy. Moulded rear engine.


         

         

     






#2. USA. Kenner 2nd issue. SW. X-Wing Fighter. 1978. Special Offer issue.


Box details: The box is the same as the 1st issue but with a yellow sticker added showing Han Solo and Luke FB figures.
Toy details: Same as 1st issue. Kenner includes two baggied action figures inside the box.

 





#3. USA. Kenner 3rd issue. SW. X-Wing Fighter. 1979.

Box details: Same as 1st issue but Kenner removes the LP logo.
Toy details: Same as 1st issue.







#4. USA. Kenner 4th issue. ESB. X-Wing Fighter. 1980.

Box details: For its first ESB release Kenner keeps the red background image but changes the double racetrack to single.
The figure in the cockpit changes from Luke FB to Luke X-Wing Pilot.
Toy details: Same as 1st issue.







#5. USA. Kenner 5th issue. ESB. X-Wing Fighter. 1981.

Box details: Gone are the red backgrounds, Kenner introduces a new 'Dagobah' inspired scene for the box front design. This is to be the first of three different 'Dagobah' designs which we will see later. This one I will call Dagobah 1.
Toy details: The same as the previous issues.


 





#6. USA. Kenner 6th issue. ESB. 'Battle Damaged' X-Wing Fighter. 1982.

Box details: Kenner changes the Dagobah 1 photo to a new Dagobah inspired photo (Dagobah 2).
Title changes to include the new 'Battle Damaged' features.
Toy Details: Here we see the first major change in the actual Kenner produced vehicle design - the X-Wing Fighter now switches from a white colour to grey with black front engine ports. The cockpit canopy becomes tinted and a 'battle damaged' decal sheet is included. The vehicle remains electronic.

 





#7. USA. Kenner 7th issue. ROTJ. 'Battle Damaged' X-Wing Fighter Vehicle. 1983.

Box details: The 7th and final Kenner issue sees the new ROTJ logo making its debut.
The box design remains the same as the previous ESB issue.
A small title change is made with the addition of the word 'vehicle'.
Toy details: The vehicle remains the same as the previous ESB issue.







#8. UK. Palitoy. 1st issue. SW. X-Wing Fighter. 1978.

Box details: Palitoy chooses a unique 'planet and space' inspired photo for its box front.
There is a double racetrack and the large Palitoy logo in the lower right. No figure is pictured inside the cockpit.
Toy details: Here we see a major design change from its Kenner counterpart. The Palitoy version comes with no electronics, battery compartment or nose light. The rear engine has also been changed from moulded to a black sticker. In addition to this there is also an alternative R2D2 head sculpt change.

           

   





#9. UK. Palitoy. 2nd issue. ESB. X-Wing Fighter. 1980.

Box details: For its ESB release Palitoy changes the planet inspired background to Kenner's Dagobah 1 photo.
The double racetrack has also been changed to single. Luke X-Wing Pilot figure can be seen in the cockpit.
Toy details: Same as Palitoy 1st release.







#10. UK. Palitoy. 3rd issue. ESB. 'Battle Damaged' X-Wing Fighter. 1980.

Box details: Another Palitoy ESB version is issued, this time the box front changes to the Dagobah 2 photo and the large Palitoy logo changes to a smaller version. A title change sees 'Battle Damaged' added.

**Note: The box front shows a grey variant vehicle that is non-electronic (see the absence of nose light and electronic button compared to the Kenner grey versions). This is the same variant as the Euro Bilogo versions (see later entry).

Toy details: Same as previous Palitoy issues but with 'Battle Damaged' decal sheet included.

**note: the X-Wing pictured is the grey, non-electronic version with the 'dummy' battery compartment that contains no internal wiring and no red nose light. It comes with a 'dummy' blue electronic button that is not pictured on the box.

**Note: The four black engine ports and the tinted cockpit canopy.

**Note: This package has also shown up containing the white non-electronic Euro/Palitoy fighter.

         

         

   
 




#11. France. Meccano. 1st issue. SW/La Guerre Des Etoiles. Chasseur X. 1978.

Box details: Meccano issues the same planet and space photo as Palitoy for its box front along with a double racetrack and the Original Meccano logo. No figure is pictured inside the cockpit.
Toy details: The vehicle is the same non-electronic version as the Palitoy white.







#12. France. Meccano. 2nd issue. SW/La Guerre Des Etoiles. Le Chasseur X. 1979.

Box details: Meccano switches to the red style background box fronts and a double racetrack as used by early kenner versions. The box states that this is an electronic light and sound version. It keeps the original Meccano logo.
Luke FB is pictured inside the cockpit. A small title change is made from 'Chasseur X' to 'LE Chasseur X'.
Toy details: White, electronic light and sound version.







#13. France. Miro-Meccano. 3rd issue. SW/La Guerre Des Etoiles. Le Chasseur X. 1981.

Box details: Same as the 2nd issue but the logo changes from 'Meccano' to the new 'Miro-Meccano' design. The box states that this version is the electronic light and sound version. Luke FB can be seen inside the cockpit.
Toy details: white, electronic sound and light version.

         





#14. Canada. Kenner Canada. Ist issue. SW/La Guerre Des Etoiles. X-Wing Fighter. 1978.

Box details: Red background, double racetrack. Bi-lingual language French/English.
Kenner logo and LP logo. Luke FB is pictured inside the cockpit.
Toy details: White, electronic light and sound.







#15. Canada. Kenner Canada. 2nd issue. ESB. X-Wing Fighter. 1980.

Box details: The ESB version changes to the Dagobah 2 background with a single racetrack.
Bi-lingual language French/English. Luke X-Wing Pilot figure can be seen inside the cockpit.
Toy details: White, electronic light and sound version.






#15b. Canada. Kenner Canada. 2nd issue. ESB. X-Wing Fighter. 1980. Canadian Sears Exclusive issue.

In 1980 Sears Canada issued an exclusive Kenner Canada 2nd issue that was packaged with a Luke X-Wing Pilot figure.

No Available Photo Yet. Please send us your pics if you have this rare box or any further information.





#15c. Canada. Kenner Canada. 2nd issue. ESB X-Wing Fighter. 1980. with Miro-Meccano sticker. ESB. X-Wing Fighter. 1980.

This rare version of the Kenner Canada 2nd issue comes with a Miro-Meccano import sticker.

   





#16. Canada. Kenner Canada. 3rd issue. ROTJ. Vehicule X Aux Avaries De Combat. 1983.

Box details: For the Kenner Canada ROTJ version the photo changes to Dagobah 2 and includes a single racetrack.
Bi-lingual language French/English. Luke X-Wing Pilot figure can be seen in the cockpit.
The vehicle depicted on the box is now the Battle Damaged grey electronic version.
Toy details: Grey, electronic light and sound version with Battle Damaged decal sheet.

Cut front box:







#17. European Trilogo. Only issue. ROTJ. X-Wing Fighter Vehicle. 1984.

Box details: This extremely rare made in Spain Trilogo release sees the iconic trilogo graphics against yet another 'Dagobah' style background photo (Dagobah 3). The vehicle depicted is the white Palitoy non-electronic with alternative R2D2 head sculpt and a black sticker for the non-moulded rear engine.
Toy details: White, non-electronic Euro/Palitoy version.







#18. European Bilogo. 1st issue. ROTJ. X-Wing Fighter Vehicle. 1983.

Box details: Dagobah 2 background photo with single racetrack. Bilingual language French/English alternate box fronts. This #18 Bilogo box front depicts the Kenner electronic grey version.

**note: the #19 Bilogo box front depicts the Palitoy version. In addition to this, one of the side panels of the #18 Bilogo shows Luke XW Pilot sat in the cockpit with four Hoth figures standing outside the vehicle. The #19 Bilogo box panel depicts just the X-Wing vehicle and no figures (see comparison pictures).

Toy details: According to Stéphane's Meccano to Trilogo book, the vehicle issued with this Bilogo version is the white, non-electronic Euro/Palitoy. Includes Battle Damaged decals sheet.




Comparison pictures showing the box variations between #18 (top) and #19 (bottom) Bilogo boxes.

**note: the #19 Bilogo has a white sticker that covers the printed COO "Fabrique en Angleterre" and reads "Made in France".

 





#19. European Bilogo. 2nd issue. ROTJ. X-Wing Fighter Vehicle. 1983.

Box details: The box design remains exactly the same as the previous issue, with the recognised French/English bilingual logo on both sides of the box fronts. However, the vehicle now shown is the non-electronic grey, Euro/Palitoy version and the details of one of the side panels have changed to include action figures (see #18 entry for comparison).

**Note: the absence of the rear blue electronic button and red nose light.

Toy details: This package has shown up containing either the white or grey non-electronic Euro/Palitoy versions.

         

   


The following #19 is a 'Made In Spain' version.




The following #19 is a 'Made in France' stickered version with an additional orange Swedish import sticker stating: "Dolls / Figures not included."

 





#20. European Bilogo. 3rd issue. Spain. ROTJ. El Retorno Del Jedi. X-Wing Fighter Vehicle. 1983.

Box details: This very rare Spanish version is the same as the issue #2 Bilogo but the French/English bilingual logos on either side of the box fronts have now been changed to a Spanish/French combination. The language of the yellow and red information 'sticker' on the top right has now been changed from English to Spanish. The fighter on the box is a grey non-electronic Euro/Palitoy version.
Toy details: It's possible this version came with the grey or white non-electronic Euro/Palitoy versions.

     





#21. Italy. Harbert. Only issue. SW. Guerre Stellari. Caccia Ala-A. 1978.

Box details: Stylised red backgound painting depicting an electronic white vehicle.
Double racetrack with twin Harbert logos to the top left and right.
Toy details: The vehicle depicted in our picture here appears to be the white, non-electronic Euro/Palitoy version.

   





#22. Spain. PBP/Poch. Only issue. ESB. El Imperio Contraacta. La Nave Supersonica De Luke. 1980.

Box details: This attractively titled Spanish X-Wing Fighter comes in a Dagobah 1 designed ESB box with a single racetrack.
Toy details: White, non-electronic Euro/Palitoy version. The usual brown cardboard insert is replaced here with white inserts like the Glasslite version.

       





#23. Brazil. Glasslite. Only issue. POTF. O Poder Da Forcer. Caca Estelar Asa-X. 1988.

Box design: This unique Brazilian Power Of The Force version comes with a Dagobah 2 background and photo stills of Luke, R2-D2 and C-3PO, along with a single racetrack. The box tray is made from strong cardboard and includes a white cardboard insert to protect the toy (note: my example in the pictures lacks an insert).
Toy details: The Glasslite X-Wing is a truly wonderful variation with its silver/grey body colour and alternative decals. The vehicle is sound-motorized but lacks the wiring for light - the red nose light is in fact a "dummy" light that simply sits in the nose recess.
Another unique feature of this cool ship is the addition of a "thumb lever" on the lid of the battery compartment. The cockpit canopy has a dark tint to it, though not as dark as some of the Euro/Palitoy non-electronic versions. The laser cannons have a slightly lighter colour and more 'waxy' texture than their Kenner counterparts.  


       

         

         





#24. Japan. Takara. Only issue. SW. X-Wing. Transforming X-Wing. 1979.

Box details: Photo of X-Wing in space with five photos of the transforming X-Wing.
Double racetrack. Takara and ST logo.
Toy details: Not strictly a genuine figure vehicle as it comes with its own unarticulated Luke figure. This cool X-Wing actually transforms into different guises and features rocket firing missiles!

       

             

 






X-Wing Variations (Loose Vehicles)


 





'Battle Damaged' Stickers Variations


 






Original Decals







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Please send us your pics if you think you can contribute to this resource.

Also let us know if there are versions out there which we may have missed so far (just by posting in this thread).

For more info about this project you can click here: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX

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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Mon May 14, 2012 8:58 am

Please feel free to send in your additional pics of the X-Wing Fighter. The article I made in the above post covers the box fronts and basic vehicle variations. I have not covered inserts/instructions etc.

I'd love to see the Glasslite, Harbert and Takara versions!

Also, if anyone can confirm the release date of the Kenner ESB Battle Damaged version (it's #6 on the guide) could you let me know please?

My best guess is 1982.

**edit: yes it's 1982

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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Wed May 16, 2012 1:17 pm

Now we have a thread for boxed items, I might as well use it to share something with you. Very Happy

About a year ago I bought a boxed Ledy INT-4, but it wasn't until a few weeks ago that I discovered it seems to have something unique, compared to the Kenner version.
In the pics below, a comparison is made between the Ledy INT-4 and a Kenner version from my childhood having the same COO (LFL 1981, made in Macao). Left is Kenner, right is Ledy.

Well not surprisingly the used moulds are the same (as they share the same COO!). Also the decals seem to be identical. But something is different...

Kenner (left), Lili Ledy (right). Both INT-4 rigs share the same Made in Macao COO.


Kenner (left), Lili Ledy (right). Both INT-4 rigs share the same Made in Macao COO.


Kenner


Lili Ledy


Kenner (left), Lili Ledy (right).


Kenner (left), Lili Ledy (right).


....look at the guns. The Kenner gun has a ball joint whereas the Ledy gun has a totally different mould which came with a screw thread!!!

  • Is this an authentic Ledy gun, or does it belong to another toy line. I have to say it fits remarkably well in both INT-4 rigs. Just plug and play, you don't have to really screw it. (pls don't take this out of its context Very Happy )
  • If it is a Ledy gun, why would Liili Ledy going into the trouble of making a totally new steel mould? scratch
  • Or was this gun also produced by Kenner, but it came with a different COO INT-4?
  • Or was it a prototype mould which was never used by Kenner, and was given to Lili Ledy for production purposes?
  • Or another explanation.....
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Let the discussion begin, what are your ideas?

EDIT: The gun turns out to be from the MultiMac toyline.

http://www.imperialgunneryforum.com/t4316-who-can-help-identifying-this-toy-part



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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Wed May 16, 2012 2:10 pm

I'll see if I can find it, but I am sure I read somewhere else that the Ledy INT-4 has a canon with a screw thread as opposed to the Kenner ball & socket fitting.
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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Wed May 16, 2012 2:37 pm

@cantina_patron wrote:
I'll see if I can find it, but I am sure I read somewhere else that the Ledy INT-4 has a canon with a screw thread as opposed to the Kenner ball & socket fitting.


Found it!

http://www.starwarsforum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=11193&start=15

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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Wed May 16, 2012 2:41 pm

Embarassed How embarrissing! Next time I'll double check my sources before posting.
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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Thu May 17, 2012 6:30 am

Wow, amazing thread guys. I'll add my 'what's in the box' pics later. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Thu May 17, 2012 6:55 am

@Capetown wrote:
Wow, amazing thread guys. I'll add my 'what's in the box' pics later. Smile

That's like Hendrix saying he'll play guitar for us a little later

Can't wait to see it all!!!


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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Thu May 17, 2012 7:06 am

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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Thu May 17, 2012 10:05 am


Bring it on, Emiel!!! Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Fri May 18, 2012 8:43 am

These are the ones I have. They are your number 1, 5, 6, 8, 10 and 19 respectively, Paul.

Note that the instructions for the first issue Palitoy are unique in that they are on the decal sheet. They are missing more often than not.



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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Fri May 18, 2012 8:48 am

Did the Palitoy come with a Luke X-Wing or did you not put your toys away right? LOL

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Hehe, Hawkeye.
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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Fri May 18, 2012 9:17 am

@Capetown wrote:
These are the ones I have. They are your number 1, 5, 6, 8, 10 and 19 respectively, Paul.


:clap: Emiel thanks for adding those beauties! +1 added.


I never knew the Palitoy 1st issue instructions came on the decal sheet! What a nightmare to hunt those down Lol!


Your third picture, number 6 on my guide, the Kenner ESB 2nd issue, is the one I've been trying to pin a date to cheers

can you confirm the date on the box when you get a chance please?

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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Sat May 19, 2012 1:21 pm

X-Wing entry updated with Emiel's new pics


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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Sun May 20, 2012 8:02 am



Thank you Emiel for contributing pictures to this project!! Very Happy

This project can only be a success if members help us.

+ on your way.


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PostSubject: Jabba The Hutt Dungeon Playset   Sun May 20, 2012 11:45 am


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THE JABBA THE HUTT DUNGEON ACTION PLAYSET (SEARS EXCLUSIVE)
2nd VERSION WITH POTF FIGURES




picture: Ralph McQuarrie





TABLE OF CONTENTS



KENNER US VERSION

Pictures made by Msz124 (Mike) unless otherwise stated.









Please let us know if there are versions out there which we have missed sofar (just by posting in this thread).

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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Sun May 20, 2012 12:21 pm

Mike that's a great addition for the POTB! Quality photos, many thanks and a deserved +1 on its way Smile

We'll give that a little tweak soon so that it matches our format and also add some hyperlinks.


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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Sun May 20, 2012 1:17 pm

I have a lot of contributing I plan to do with this project. I will photograph and email all of the other pictures when I get some time. Please use any of the pictures I send however TIG sees fit.
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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Sun May 20, 2012 1:33 pm

Oooh lovely Mike. Do you have a limelight?
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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Sun May 20, 2012 2:06 pm

What a Fantastic Thread and a Great Idea Cool Well done TIG Smile
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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Sun May 20, 2012 2:41 pm

Fantastic contribution, Mike!!! Very Happy

We are looking forward to see your other pics soon.

I think that there only exists one version of the Sears Jabba Dungeon II.

Also at SWCA, I don't see any references to other versions (e.g. Canadian).

http://theswca.com/images-toys/figuretoys/jabbadungeon-potf.html


BTW: My set came with the same set of baggie types, so thanks for confirming, now we know for sure that they belong to this set! (a bit difficult to see on this old pic, but I just checked them).



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PostSubject: Re: PROJECT OUTSIDE THE BOX - Star Wars Vehicles, Playsets, Mini Rigs & other boxed products    Sun May 20, 2012 5:11 pm

Wow guys ... what an amaxing project! I'm really looking forward to seeing the all entires to this one.

Marco - when you said that you guys had a couple of great ideas to get back folk to TIG ... I wasn't expecting that!


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