Deborah J wrote:A lot of the people on here would be able to just do that themselves. Then again, the 1st and 7th doctors tardises are pretty rare now, aren't they? Maybe not as rare as that though, idk.
It’s goes 4,7,1 from rarest to not-as-rarest. 4th can fetch a few hundred now. You’ll probably just about crack a hundred with 1
Really? That's surprising, I'd have said out of the three the 4th Doctor's one was the least interesting visually. When these were still on sale there were still quite a few of these left in my nearest forbidden planet more than a year after the other two had disappeared from shelves. I guess it's hard to tell what will become popular later. If I had had the money back then I'd have gotten them in the opposite order, the first doctor one was the one I thought was nicest, and came with a figure I didn't have, the 7th doctor one was close second and came with a figure that I could currently make up from swappable parts that I have, but couldn't at the time, the 4th doctor's one was nice, for sure, and I've bought two variations on it in the last year, but the flat roof is less fun to me, and also it came with a figure that everyone had at least one of already. But yeah, shows what I know. Still hopeful that B&M might do their versions of that hartnell tardis at some point, maybe they'd do the weathering slightly different, do cloak and hat figure with the open jacket base just to make it a little different, I'd buy that in a heartbeat.