Bruce Lee - Volume X

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  1. rrjrstatueman Custom Daredevil

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    Otto wrote 2 hours earlier »
    Trying to contact you Raf im having trouble ,please let me know if you have recived anything thanks.

    Have not received anything buddy
    Odelb@aol.com
     
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  2. Stephen Charter Lounger

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    Do we have a biter Otto?
     
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  3. bioman Demands Audiences

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    Good luck Otto
    Hope you will get it
    Very rare piece!
     
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  4. Stephen Charter Lounger

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    Raf do you know the edition number?
     
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  5. Otto Verbal Diarrhoea

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    Stephen wrote 4 hours earlier »
    Do we have a biter Otto?

    Maybe lol , keep sending emails but not having any luck ,ill try the one with the e . I sent emails to Raf before never had a problem.
     
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  6. rrjrstatueman Custom Daredevil

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    Sent your email to the person. Otto and will be contacting you shortly , you are first in line as there is another guy interested , I do not know the edition size Steve , he has it packed up and was going to look into it and send me pics but I'm assuming now that he will be in touch with Otto , it will all be done directly with them .
     
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  7. Otto Verbal Diarrhoea

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    rrjrstatueman wrote 10 hours earlier »
    Sent your email to the person. Otto and will be contacting you shortly , you are first in line as there is another guy interested , I do not know the edition size Steve , he has it packed up and was going to look into it and send me pics but I'm assuming now that he will be in touch with Otto , it will all be done directly with them .

    Thanks Raf. :top:
     
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  8. Enzucho Opionated

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    Good luck! Rare piece indeed. God is the way to go on the cm brucie
     
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  9. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    Enzucho wrote 10 hours earlier  » 
    Good luck! Rare piece indeed. God is the way to go on the cm brucie

    I do not agree Enz...the cinemaquette sculpture was clearly not designed to have the tight GOD outfit imo...it looks as if that outfit was an afterthought.I have to agree with Raf on this one...way too small in the loin area.
     
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  10. Otto Verbal Diarrhoea

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    philippe wrote 1 hour earlier »
    Enzucho wrote 10 hours earlier  » 
    Good luck! Rare piece indeed. God is the way to go on the cm brucie


    I do not agree Enz...the cinemaquette sculpture was clearly not designed to have the tight GOD outfit imo...it looks as if that outfit was an afterthought.I have to agree with Raf on this one...way too small in the loin area.

    Philippe Enz didn't mention the CM I think he meant Game of Death yellow jump suit is the way to go with anything Bruce eg Blitzway.
    I don't know why personally I love the CM GOD Bruce loved from when I first seen it in pics at comic con ,I hope to make a deal to buy this fingers crossed.
     
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    philippe wrote 1 hour earlier »
    Enzucho wrote 10 hours earlier  » 
    Good luck! Rare piece indeed. God is the way to go on the cm brucie


    I do not agree Enz...the cinemaquette sculpture was clearly not designed to have the tight GOD outfit imo...it looks as if that outfit was an afterthought.I have to agree with Raf on this one...way too small in the loin area.

    Unlike other renditions of the character which are as common as a tin of baked beans, this version has extreme rarity in its favour. In five years this is the first time one has come up for sale like this. Whether the waist is exactly the right thickness is irrelevant to me in this context
    Like Otto said, when this was first shown in 2009 I knew one day that I had to have one. I sacrificed a lot to get one.
     
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  12. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    Stephen wrote 8 minutes earlier »
    philippe wrote 1 hour earlier »
    Enzucho wrote 10 hours earlier  » 
    Good luck! Rare piece indeed. God is the way to go on the cm brucie


    I do not agree Enz...the cinemaquette sculpture was clearly not designed to have the tight GOD outfit imo...it looks as if that outfit was an afterthought.I have to agree with Raf on this one...way too small in the loin area.

    Unlike other renditions of the character which are as common as a tin of baked beans, this version has extreme rarity in its favour. In five years this is the first time one has come up for sale like this. Whether the waist is exactly the right thickness is irrelevant to me in this context
    Like Otto said, when this was first shown in 2009 I knew one day that I had to have one. I sacrificed a lot to get one.

    Seems that rarity or small ES is everything in this case...right body proportions,good fitting outfit,great likeness & haircut are all irrelevant as long as it's rare.
    :baffled:
     
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  13. Otto Verbal Diarrhoea

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    philippe wrote 5 minutes earlier »
    Stephen wrote 8 minutes earlier »
    philippe wrote 1 hour earlier »
    Enzucho wrote 10 hours earlier  » 
    Good luck! Rare piece indeed. God is the way to go on the cm brucie


    I do not agree Enz...the cinemaquette sculpture was clearly not designed to have the tight GOD outfit imo...it looks as if that outfit was an afterthought.I have to agree with Raf on this one...way too small in the loin area.

    Unlike other renditions of the character which are as common as a tin of baked beans, this version has extreme rarity in its favour. In five years this is the first time one has come up for sale like this. Whether the waist is exactly the right thickness is irrelevant to me in this context
    Like Otto said, when this was first shown in 2009 I knew one day that I had to have one. I sacrificed a lot to get one.

    Seems that rarity or small ES is everything in this case...right body proportions,good fitting outfit,great likeness & haircut are all irrelevant as long as it's rare.
    :baffled:

    Philippe its all in the eye of the beholder lol.
     
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  14. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    :yes:
    I'm just saying that the cinemaquette was not sculpted with the intention to have a tight outfit.With the original clothing it looks perfect.
     
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  15. Otto Verbal Diarrhoea

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    philippe wrote 34 minutes earlier »
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    I'm just saying that the cinemaquette was not sculpted with the intention to have a tight outfit.With the original clothing it looks perfect.

    Yes I know what your saying Philippe and you are right, i don't know why but i reckon it looks cool and for me its not the rarity its the stance the suit that i remember when i first seen the movie that's the Bruce i remember ,i think ive said it before this is how CM should of released it, would of been in my collection long time ago.
     
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    philippe wrote 2 hours earlier  » 
    I'm just saying that the cinemaquette was not sculpted with the intention to have a tight outfit.


    Hmmm not sure about that. As far I know the yellow suit was the original vision. It looks good in person and that's the main thing.
     
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  17. Lars Keymaster Staff Member

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    I hope you get it, Otto. :luck:
    Beautiful piece and the touch of color would tie any CM collection together. :lee:
     
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  18. bioman Demands Audiences

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    They could change the pose for the AP version...
    Just sculpt another body...not big deal for CM
    I love both version but with same pose at that price...(statue+ shipping cost+ custom fees..) i prefer keep my regular :p
     
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  19. Otto Verbal Diarrhoea

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    Lars wrote 8 hours earlier »
    I hope you get it, Otto. :luck:
    Beautiful piece and the touch of color would tie any CM collection together. :lee:

    Thanks buddy.
     
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  20. Otto Verbal Diarrhoea

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    Deal has been made ,hopefully it makes the trip safely . :party:
     
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