Today's trip to #Savers was an absolute goldmine of vintage goodness. So much so I had to put stuff back on the shelf for fear of spending too much! Split up in a variety of bags and places I found... a variety of The 'Real' Ghostbusters toys from the 80's. I had Egon as a kid and am pretty pleased to have him again. The ECTO-3 go-kart I only remember from ads and amongst the selection of ghosts the orange one is supposed to go with the ECTO-1 toy car.
Another Ghostbuster, this time the Filmation version (remember I talked about that one?). After finding Jake and Eddie I finally have Tracey to complete the trio (I regretted not picking up one of two I spotted at the Mega Toy Fair last year). I lost my nana when I spotted a tiny bag hiding away on the rack containing these 1988 Star Trek The Next Generation figures by Galoob (who had the license just before Playmates did). They're not exactly rare of "worth" an awful lot but they do seem to be rather sought after and it's actually the first time I recall seeing them in person.
There were a series of Doctor Who figurines behind Register 1 and sadly those without a box all seemed to have suffered breakages including the Tenth Doctor. But after they offered to discount him for only a few dollars I thought it was easy enough to glue him together again.
I didn't mind Mortal Kombat 9 (although I much prefer MKX) this Scorpion from that game (with harpoon) was a cool find, if a tad pricey.
It's always fun to see Generation 1 Transformers toys pop up and this Combaticon Swindle just so happened to be in the bags I was already interested in anyway (his gun was in another bag I already picked up). And finally, I didn't even notice this until opening up a bag but upon noticing the Lucasfilm stamp I had to look it up. It's a 1985 Security Scout from the Star Wars 'Power of the Force' range.