Manufacturing Error Figure or Tortured Figure?


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#163
Marred Hands, Foot, & Tusk

Auction Watch #139 featured an Orange #163 figure. A M.U.S.C.L.E. collector bought it and asked us whether we believed it was a genuine Manufacturing Error Figure. The answer was a resounding yes.

That figure has been added to the Manufacturing Error Figure archive.

As I dig through some files and emails trying to get acclimated I found another figure that poses the question, “Manufacturing Error Figure or Tortured Figure?

Take a look at the pictures below and help properly identify his figures. Voting can take place via the poll in the upper right hand corner and comments can be posted below. Here are the pictures:

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  1. #1 by iosqxz on January 29th, 2014

    I say Manufacturing Error due to the characteristic spherical stump caps and no charring. M.U.S.C.L.E. PVC is a thermoset plastic that burns rather than re-flows when heated; at least that’s my understanding. I’ve never had the heart to take a Bic to a fig.

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