This sold as a BIN for $150. I've long derided hard plastic, believing the prices didn't reflect the overall ubiquity of the surviving and available items. (One exception is most anything manufactured by Kokomold Plastics. Their coach is one piece of hard plastic I wouldn't mind owning.) I've seen these sell time and again for between $75 and $125, so the ending price, especially when adding in the breathtakingly high shipping cost, seems unsustainable.
The buyer got a real bargain here, even with the fully disclosed, very minor repair. I have never warmed to hard plastic but have to admit that the Kokomold products have an inescapable charm. Although I don't own any Kokomold items, for the first time ever, I'm open to that possibility. The seller knew just enough to know it was rare, but doesn't seem to be up on current prices.
I don't see anything in this lot to justify the ending price. Do you?
I am always amazed at what these Kokomold coaches bring. Now, as regular readers know, I've never appreciated or collected Halloween hard plastic. However, if I were to deign to allow hard plastic into my collection, this would be the piece that would make it. Nicely whimsical, I still couldn't fathom paying $1,500 for it.
"One toke over the line, Sweet Jesus, one toke over the line..." $120,000? Really?