Monday, July 9th 2007

Man Selling Transformers on eBay

Any fan of the hit Transformers series that wants to own more than action figures and matchbox cars had better check out some of the auctions on eBay. Certain people have somehow managed to acquire props from the movie Transformers, and feel like sharing via eBay. For what's just over $14,000 now, you can own "Bumblebee", the cute yellow car that turns into a robot. $14,000 does not cover the robot part of the Transformer, unfortunately.

All proceeds of this auction will be donated to Fisher House™ Foundation.

Source: eBay
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17 Comments on Man Selling Transformers on eBay

#1
ex_reven
Did we mention it comes with a free frogurt!?
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#3
Hugh_Mann
This film is going to be good but $14,000 that is just stupid money.
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ex_reven
by: Hugh_Mann
This film is going to be good but $14,000 that is just stupid money.
What about the amounts spent on banksy's artworks ;)?
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Hugh_Mann
by: ex_reven
What about the amounts spent on banksy's artworks ?
Point taken but if you do not wish to pay for his artwork you can go here - http://www.banksy.co.uk/shop/index.html and print it off for yourself.

But i guess each to there own im just trying to afford a house and cant understand people spending large amounts of money on these types of items.
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#6
ex_reven
by: Hugh_Mann
Point taken but if you do not wish to pay for his artwork you can go here - http://www.banksy.co.uk/shop/index.html and print it off for yourself.

But i guess each to there own im just trying to afford a house and cant understand people spending large amounts of money these types of items.
:toast:
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#7
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Ive been an avid transformers fan since I can remember. The movie is extremely awesome, I highly recommend yall go and see it. However, I wouldnt pay $14000 for any movie prop, Im sorry.
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#8
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
lol the star trek props went for upwards of $100K $14K seems like nothing for a working? car the star trek stuff was scale models :roll:
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#9
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
by: WarEagleAU
Ive been an avid transformers fan since I can remember. The movie is extremely awesome, I highly recommend yall go and see it. However, I wouldnt pay $14000 for any movie prop, Im sorry.
but if it was a running old school camaro and the artwoprk...w0oT
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#10
Pinchy
by: Hugh_Mann
But i guess each to there own im just trying to afford a house and cant understand people spending large amounts of money on these types of items.
Yeah man, the world is wrecked. Some people have so much they dont know what to do with it, and some have nothing...
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#12
ex_reven
by: Pinchy
Yeah man, the world is wrecked. Some people have so much they dont know what to do with it, and some have nothing...
Think of it as an investment? You know how you have that art style of throwing paint onto a canvas? The guy that invented that was the first person to do that (anyone who copies is just unoriginal). His art was incredibly controversial, and the Australian government got slammed when we bought the original artwork around 30-40 years ago for 7 million dollars.

Everyone was like "thats a piece of shit, its not art, a kid could have done that" etc.
But he was the first person to use the idea, it was an original concept and today that artwork is worth upwards of $100 Million. It was a good investment :)
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#13
Dippyskoodlez
by: Hugh_Mann
Point taken but if you do not wish to pay for his artwork you can go here - http://www.banksy.co.uk/shop/index.html and print it off for yourself.

But i guess each to there own im just trying to afford a house and cant understand people spending large amounts of money on these types of items.
A lot of tims when the money gets really high, its often a business buying them.
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#14
Pinchy
by: ex_reven
Think of it as an investment? You know how you have that art style of throwing paint onto a canvas? The guy that invented that was the first person to do that (anyone who copies is just unoriginal). His art was incredibly controversial, and the Australian government got slammed when we bought the original artwork around 30-40 years ago for 7 million dollars.

Everyone was like "thats a piece of shit, its not art, a kid could have done that" etc.
But he was the first person to use the idea, it was an original concept and today that artwork is worth upwards of $100 Million. It was a good investment :)
Lol, but the world is still wrecked :p.
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#15
DrunkenMafia
I wonder if it comes with that sweet as shit motor under the bonnet that the chick sees when she tries to fix it..... That was a nice engine!!!


More to the point does the chick come with it??? Now that would be worth the 15k!! :roll:
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#16
-=SNIPER=-
i dont know,, smells fishy :wtf:

" Here it is, the penultimate Transformers item! This is the real 1977 Yellow Chevy Camaro that appears onscreen as the central character “Bumblebee” throughout the movie! This is Sam Witwicky’s (Shia LaBeouf) first car and is one of the important hero items in the film. "

it only mentioned its an item,, not real car,,,, if its a real car, he would taken some real pictures while on real street or somewhere else,

not that only.....

Shipping and handling:US $14.98 ????

my friend shipped PSU in the USA for $ 15 ....
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#17
Pinchy
by: -=SNIPER=-
Shipping and handling:US $14.98 ????

my friend shipped PSU in the USA for $ 15 ....
:laugh: $14.95 worth of petrol money
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