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Working Replica Of Movie Optimus Prime On Ebay

By Ender on Thursday, July 30, 2009

Got a few dozen grand burning a hole in your wallet? Then have I got a collectible for you! Currently going for $32,000 a "1997 Peterbilt. 379 Optimus Prime Movie Truck Replica". Already 19 bids at the time of this post. Most of us don't have they toy budget to pick this Prime up, but it'll be fun to see how much some one is gonna pay to truly "Roll Out".

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3:27 am

The one that got away.... 
Lord Atmo
2:51 am

Fully working? It doesn't transform. So no it isn't. Just because the technology doesn't exist doesn't mean they don't have to count it when they say the truck is still fully functional. I don't have the money anyway. 
12:47 am

I just wanna get this and drive it to school  
12:34 am

Looks to me like the Autobot symbol is there above the grill to own this 
10:44 pm

dame that would be so cool to have that you would think you are Optimus himself 
Hip-Hoptimus Rime
5:16 pm

This is a re-listing. IIRC it failed to meet the reserve at 41k previously. It's also missing the toolboxes (?) just ahead of the rear wheels, behind the fuel tanks. Freakin' gorgeous rig tho. 
1:52 pm

To quote the auction: "Bumblebee not included!!!" How can a 12 year old truck have 0 miles on it? 
1:31 pm

Isn't this like the 3 or so one to be sold in the last 3 years? 
12:57 pm

Can someone buy that for me? I'll be their best friend  
gorko: the man frog
11:17 am

Does Bumblebee come with it?  
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