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AT-AT walker

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The AT-AT is really one of those that I wish I would have been really "into" collecting soon enough to pick one up.  I'd like to get one someday, if I could find a decent deal on ebay or something (or if they re-release it or something), although I don't know where exactly I'd be able to put it right now.  I'd sit it on the floor if I had to though, sounds like it is a fun piece.

The At-At was one of the toys I really wanted in the vintage line, but never got when I was a kid, so I was really estatic when the POTF2 version came out. Truth be told though, I was disapointed with the electronics bacause I wanted to put my INT-4 in there.

Durring TRU clearance, I picked up 4 for $10 each. I don't know why, but I couldn't pass it up. Finaly, a few years ago, I bought a vintage one from e-bay for $60 shipped. Aside from a creased decal, it was in exceelnt shape with working electronics. It's one of the prides of my collection and has my INT-4 sitting inside. :)


--- Quote from: Matt_Fury on April 28, 2005, 05:34 PM ---Yes, there is a little display inside that has a display and some buttons that make the display light up and some recorded phrases from ESB play when you press them.  It takes a good chunk of the troop carrying capability out of the "hold" but it's still a pretty cool feature.
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--- Quote from: Darth_Anton on June 18, 2005, 05:00 PM ---I was disapointed with the electronics bacause I wanted to put my INT-4 in there.
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Since I don't have one of these bad boys, I didn't realize that the electronics impacted on the size of the cargo hold.  Besides this addition, is the POTF2 AT-AT the same mold as the vintage one?  Any other differences?

The chin guns and the side guns are completely different molds and in my opinion larger and bulkier, but other than that, the body is identical.

Thanks for the info.   8)


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