This is figure that was nominated by E on her list of wants. She is quite fond of Skullcruncher, because he transforms into a crocodile.
When I was young, my brother had Skullcruncher as a toy. It was the only Decepticon Headmaster we had. These were just very expensive to buy.
Glad I got it as part of a huge lot from fellow OZ Former member jgon.
Box = C9
Toy = C9.5
Accessories = complete
Bubble = included
Paperworks = sealed and unused
The contents, very beautiful!
Close up of Grax
Close up of paperworks
06 July 2010
Decepticon Headmaster Swamp Warrior: Skullcruncher MIB
Posted by Heroic Decepticon at 16:40
Label: 1987 Transformers, Generation One, Toys, Transformers
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