Lunar Models War of the Worlds War Machine SF 012

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 03,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction

This is vintage garage resin kit from Lunar Models number SF 012. It is MINT_IN_BOX, never assembled, never cut, never messed with. It is the War of the Worlds War Machine from the 1950's movie version, the saucer version. The instructions and ALL parts are present. An addendum with the instructions notes that this kit kit has a split mast for the electrifying the eye stalk and one six legged Martian and a second lens. It does not. The stalk is split so you can electrify it, no second eye stalk lens was ever in this edition and it comes with, and has instructions, for two Martians with two legs. This kit is over 20 years old. The body is precut vacuform plastic as are the clear lenses. Three leg lenses, front, both sides, and eye stalk lenses are included. An optional eye camera is included but you need to get copper wire or some other material for the tentacle. All other parts are resin and still sealed in bags. It is in brand new *perfect* condition.

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