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1976 GI JOE Eagle Eye Land Commander Sealed in Package

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  • 1976 GI JOE Eagle Eye Land Commander Sealed in Package

    I am trying to do research on a 1976 12" GI Joe that was recently discovered. I've talked to some who own toy shops and they have said in their 30-35 years of collecting, they have never seen this Land Commander variation. It is a Eagle Eye Land Commander in an orange air adventurer jumpsuit. I can't find anything. Is this possibly the only known variation in existence? Is their a market for an item like this? Thank you in advance for your help!
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    Very cool and I haven't seen one like that myself.
    Danny(Drquest)
    Captain Action HQ
    Custom Shirts

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    • #3

      Are the arms still attached? Most if not all carded versions of MB's are in pieces. If the head and arms are still attached I would lean toward someone opening it, repairing and redressing and the resealing it. But if they are loose then it could be a unique variation.
      - Scott
      PH and Proud
      Bulletmann - Hyatta
      See photos of my collection on my Pinterest Page https://www.pinterest.com/scottbeckmann/gi-joe/

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      • #4

        Contact Vintage3D Joes right away.

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        • #5

          Well that is pretty cool

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          • #6

            Given all the weird substitutions Hasbro made in the line (e.g. putting Russian uniforms on AT talking commanders or dressing ‘69 adventurers in French outfits), it’s certainly not beyond belief that they’d make other ad hoc substitutions closer to the end of the line. Or it could simply be a mistake, akin to a miscard. Interesting in any event.

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