I doubt the guy who posted will be able to find the replies if the thread is merged with this one. He'll probably not check all new threads and will just think his thread been deleted.
It is complete, but don't think it works, I tried some battery's in it and nothing happened, if it's motorised I'm sure it will be able to be fixed.
I've looked online and one sold in the US for over $400 recently
I don't know much about it to be honest, I had a lot of transformers toys as a child, but stupidly broke or lost them, I know that I have Optimus primes trailer but it's got a few things missing from it, also a triple tramsformer that goes from a tank to a jet fighter to robot, but the tank turret it missing, it's in purple and beige if anyone knows what it is.
Thanks for your replies
He's one of those figures that doesn't seem to be worth as much as he should be. As bigbazza said, sold ones on ebay have gone from anywhere from £20-£120 with no rhyme or reason.
Personally I'd hold out for £100, but you'd probably want to be sure it's working first as you can reliably get incomplete ones for around £30-40.
I see you've already listed it for £200, good luck with that! If I were you I'd make sure you have all the red clips in the picture, as they're missing from the box contents pic you have at the moment.
Thats probably part of it, reissue Omega Supremes will have affected prices. Before those Omegatron was the only Omega to be found in the UK and were going for a good amount. Plus pretransformers generally are expensive, even if they aren't actually pretransformers but concurrenttransformers.
I thought the Convertors foam had holes from the clips, am I imagining things or are there different versions?
Does anyone know if anyone who would be interested in buying it in the north east England ? I'm moving house so any sort of £ that I got would come in handy
Personally, I think your best best is to put it on ebay as a 'buy it now' with 'best offer'. That's how I sold my e-hobby Omega (yes I finally sold it guys, for less than I wanted, but it went!!). That way if the price is too high (which I think it is) you can at least gauge what people are willing to pay.
I couldn't see any sold versions on ebay US for $400. The only one that sold boxed was for $200 (and the seller not mentioning if it works!). There is one listed for $400, but as I repeatedly attempt to tell my dad, there's a big difference on ebay between what people try to charge and what they're willing to pay!
I feel like you could get £100 for it if you hold out, I'd stick it as a Buy it Now for say, £130 and wait for someone to make a lower offer of around £100. You'd need to make sure all the red clips are there in the photograph though!
Also well worth solidly testing it to work out if it definitely works or if the electronics are totally bust, that's going to make a big difference in price!
I remember getting very nervous when Paul Wright brought one of those into The Moon Under Water once
I can understand why. There are some thing's one probably shouldn't be waving around in a pub in a major city in the UK...
(I have just discovered that the Browning 1910 has a claim to infamy which makes its choice for a Decepticon alt-mode strangely, if grimly, apt. It appears that a model 1910 was the weapon used to assassinate Archdule Franz Ferdinand of Austria in 1914... Like I said, grim but appropriate somehow.