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 Post subject: M.A.S.K.
PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2006 12:59 pm 
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yay I can finally post about one of my favorite old toy lines! :lol: So anyone else have M.A.S.K. as a kid or even collect them still?

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2006 9:43 pm 
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I had Matt Trakker's flying car (forgot the name).

You know, what I've always wondered about this line is its scale. When I was younger, I was always disappointed that the figures of the characters were too small to look good next to my G.I. Joe's. Now I'm guessing that their size was probably pretty proportionate to the vehicles (a surprising and welcome rarity among toy lines).

Anybody know what scale they were supposed to be?


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 10, 2006 7:59 am 
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I bought them for my son. They were one of the first toys connected to a Saturday morning cartoon I think. I remember a couple of cars and, I think, a tow truck.


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i had a few m.a.s.k. figures but i was getting older and they really didnt apeal to me.


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I had a few. Still have the biker looking guy with the black mustache. Really liked the ones I had. High playability factor.

M.A.S.K. toys do pretty well on eBAY.


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I bought one fo the figures at a flea market and repainetd him to be the Atom. Back when there were no Atoms.

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I've pretty much got the whole collection, a few of the rarer last wave Split Seconds vehicles still elude me though.

Unfortunately due to space restrictions, they are all stuck in a very big box in my closet. :(

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 9:28 am 
Loved the show and loved the toys. I did not have any as I was in junior high school and growing out of toys. My cousin had Switchblade and my best friend's brother had Condor among others.

I thought the toys worked really well and they transformed with ease and looked great in either vehicle mode.

I loved the idea of each character having the mask with different powers. I always thought Bruce Sato's Lifter mask would be cool to have in real life.

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MASK!

Is a mighty power that will save the day!

MaMaMaMASK!

Always ridin' hot on VENOM's trail!

MaMaMaMASK!

I had a bunch of them and LOVED them. I agree, the consistency between size of vehicles and size of figs was nice. AND rare. Great line.


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I have a DVD of MASK don't know if it is legit or not..
Bought it of Amazon, it rocks!! :)


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 10:09 am 
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I have a DVD of MASK as well its a Jetix one I think.....

anyhoo last Feb on Ebay I stumbled across a guy auctioning off his MASK collection and man I watched bidded,lurked,connived and done all kinds of espionage for 4 days including getting up at 4am and getting off work early..... but after the dust had settled

I had won

Switchblade
Thunderhawk
Rhino
Jackhammer
Pirahna
Condor
Stinger
Vampire
Bulldog
Goliath
Firecracker
Hurricane
Iguana
Firefly
Volcano
Outlaw
Gator
Boulder Hill
Raven

all with Drivers and masks,all complete and everything in excellent condition.even shipping was low because the guiy was from the UK just across the water form Ireland!!!!! :D

anyway I love this line and lawyas will


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 10:37 am 
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wow! What a great pickup!! :D

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The Superfly wrote:
wow! What a great pickup!! :D


it was unreal Superfly.every year after Christmas(the years my christmas gathering arent vintage :wink: )I get a jonesng for Vintage goodies last year it was MASK and Thundercats...so I dropped a few random searches and seen that this fellow was going to off his whole collection so I threw him what I was looking for and he offred to sell me the lot...I reckoned though if I waited thru auctioning I would get it for far less.......and I did worked out at about 85 Euro(120 dollars cheaper)

I was actually the only one that bid on several items....the only serious opposition I got was for the Rhino and Switchblade...the rest were easy. :wink:


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very cool...it's times like that that make it all worth it. I'm still trying to pick up the later vehicles, but with all the other newer collectibles out there's not much cash left over to hunt down these guys. :?

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 12:54 pm 
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some of the later ones can be hard....you mean like the Split seconds and such?

I still need the Manta with Vanessa warfield and Stiletto with Gloria Baker-those 2 are damn hard to win


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