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What would you keep?

Postby loismustdye » Mon Feb 27, 2017 7:21 pm

I've been thinking about this more and more lately, what would you keep from if you decided to stop collecting?
I'm at that point where buying a new toy (although exciting) is starting to get knocked down the priority list quite a bit.
With kids, needing to fix a few more things around the house before we sell to get a bigger home, and a general lack of enthusiasm about the hobby, I've been thinking more and more recently about quitting a heap of stuff, or what I would offload if I had to due to space, time or money constraints.

For me, I would be keeping my
- MPs, both official and third party
- the bulk of my mosc modern era Gi joe stuff
- WSTF boxed and loose (to keep the G1 vibe lol)
- my single BT smokescreen that got me interested in collecting TFs back in the day
- my favourite few chugs, targetmaster/titans/tfcc
- tf and Gi joe tab
- uss Flagg if I ever managed to get lol

In looking at that list I realise that I would probably be keeping more than 70% of what I currently have (D)

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Re: What would you keep?

Postby omegaprime » Mon Feb 27, 2017 8:38 pm

I made a list, stick to it mostly once completed ill stop and teeter around on mps, while watching what ever new shows come out with my son

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Re: What would you keep?

Postby Mr_Ash » Wed Mar 01, 2017 10:56 am

If I went down to a single figure, it'd be my childhood G1 Scorponok.
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