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So far, our collector interviews have been extremely toy and collection focused. And rightfully so, there are members of the Transformers collecting community who have poured their souls and fortunes into amassing the most unbelievable collection of pre-Transformers, sealed vintage items, prototypes, variants and rarities. They deserve recognition for their achievements and contributions to the furthering of the hobby and its collective knowledge. This month, however, we are shining the spotlight on a collector who has dedicated himself to creating a remarkable South American Transfan community and giving back as much to the fandom and his fellow community members as anyone I have ever met. This kind of selfless drive is rare in our community and those achievements should be celebrated. David has no shortage of toys either…
Awesome, maybe one day his collection will be as vast as mine. All joking aside... I thought I was a Transformers Hoarder, lol. But to think that there are more KOllectors out there, smh. This can't be, can it?
Motto:"Take the foolish path, it's much more fun."
Weapon: Sawed-Off C02 Shotgun
Transformers Hoarder wrote:Awesome, maybe one day his collection will be as vast as mine. All joking aside... I thought I was a Transformers Hoarder, lol. But to think that there are more KOllectors out there, smh. This can't be, can it?
I'm not a fan of 3rd party or KO's, but if we use say, Henkei Wildrider as an example, would anybody pay $500 for an original or $50 for a KO? To some people having it be 100% HasTak isn't an issue