Vintage 6 ft. Inflatable Godzilla 1985 Imperial blow up

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 06,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Vintage 6 foot Inflatable Godzilla!!!!

This auction is for an original 6ft. Inflatable Godzilla from the Imperial Toy corporation. This is a very rare, vintage item and these do not show up on ebay very often.

It is in awesome, inflatable shape. It was mine when I was a kid and has been in storage in it's original box for the last 15 to 20 years. I inflated it two days ago to take pictures of it for this auction. It looks just as cool now as I remembered it. It has no holes and is in awesome shape. There are two inflation valves, one for the body and one for the silver spine on back. Both pieces inflate fine with no holes. I will deflate again before I ship it.

Great addition for a Godzilla collector, for an 80's toy collector, or anyone that wants an interesting, fun conversation piece in their house or for their next party.

It will ship with it's original box. The box is not mint and has several surface scratches, bends, and tiny tears (see pictures for specific condition) but will still display very nicely. Colors are vibrant. Item also ships with the original repair kit (unopened) which contains a circuluar green patch, instruction sheet, and glue (you can see the repair kit in the picture of the back of the box). It looks like the glue may have leaked a little bit inside the kit and stained the instruction sheet. However the kit is still sealed and no glue has gotten outside. It did not get on Godzilla.

This is the ORIGINAL 1985 version from Imperial...do not confuse it with the newer, easier to get, smaller, 1992 version. See picture that shows the trademark information on the foot. No Reserve!

US shipping only. Please email with questions.

Thanks for looking....

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