rhyfelyser wrote:I've got this one available if you mean left side if you look from behind the AT-AT. It's not perfect as the last 2cm lies at an angle as you can clearly see from the first photo. I try to straighten it but it keeps ending up at that angle.
I was given a vintage AT-AT from my cousin last year for my wedding present but i've replaced both cheek guns, the other cheek gun has the last 2cm broken off.
Let me know if you want it.
rhyfelyser wrote:It was wrapped in gift paper as well! It was my cousins childhood AT-AT which i remember playing with. I had to take the head apart to get the small motor that moves the chin guns working again, find a battery cover, bulb for the chin gun lights, dare i say replacement stickers as a few key ones were missing and i'm waiting for chin guns to arrive from the states and i gave it a bloody good clean in the sink. Amazing how much dirt and grime there was inside the head. It's a testament to the quality of these old toys that the small little motor in my AT-AT still works perfectly after they came out of the factory 37 years ago.
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