View Full Version : Action Bases for Sale

07-25-2007, 06:04 PM
Whoops, I just realized that I should've posted this in the BST forum, my bad

I recently purchased a couple of Bandai Gundam Action Bases after I saw a store put his Transformers on display in "aerial" action poses.

So I decided to do the same thing. They are very strong and sturdy and have lots of support and can be adjustable. I used it for Deluxe size or smaller Transformers. Currently I have a classics Bumblebee in the air right now.

It is $6.50 CAD + shipping depending on where you are located. Could be anywhere between $8 - $12 depending if you are located on the west to east cost. I can offer bulk shipping as I picked up plenty of them.

Here's a photo of the merchandise


07-25-2007, 06:08 PM
did you get the action bases online or at a local hobby shop?

edit: also are you using the 1/144th Action Base [as shown in your post] for deluxe size transformers or the 1/100th scale action base?
And can you show a pic of Classic Bumlebee in an "aerial" action pose? thanks.

07-25-2007, 07:53 PM
Pic no worky

07-25-2007, 09:06 PM
Snazzy. Will it work for all TFs, or are they designed to hook onto a certain piece of the gundam model kit? If the latter, can some mac tack or sculpy solve the problem?

07-26-2007, 06:18 PM
I'll post a pic very soon and it will answer all your questions. I have this item in stock because I ordered it to display my Deluxes. It hooks on to whatever part is available for it to be hooked onto, depending on the Transformer. Be right back in a short moment to post photos.

Thanks for your interest.

PS - I run an online 1/6 scale figure store and my merchandise comes from Japan so if I wanted to, I can still order any Japanese related toy item. I decided to pick up these bases for personal use but picked up a few extra in case anyone else thought it would be a good idea to make their TFs fly.

07-26-2007, 06:51 PM
I decided to use Wild Ride. I'll put up more photos of other TFs later.

The angel and height is adjustable. It is very sturdy depending on how tight you screw the metal screws in. You can attach more bases to show 2 or more robots in Aerial action









07-26-2007, 09:56 PM
Can we see a closeup of how its attached?