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ZOIDS INVENTORY

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Aquazoid (Zoids 2)
Baratz (1 Set)
Barigator TS( HRZ - 8)
Bio Megaraptor (Crystal)
Bio Megaraptor Clear MD
Bite Griffon (NBZ -09)
Black Rhimos (BUILT)
Blade Hawk
Blitz Haken
Bootleg Godos (Built)
Bootleg Hecat (Built)
Bootleg Iguan (Built)
Bootleg Molga (Built)
Bootleg Molga (Built)
Brachio Rakete (NBZ - 06)
Brachio Zilla (NAR, BZ 105)
Brachios (NAR - 012)
Brave Jaguar Set (NBZ - 07)
Buster Eagle (Contest Prize, CRYSTAL)
Buster Eagle (FZ from Buster Fuher, BUILT)
Buster Eagle (FZ from Buster Fuher, NO BOX)
Buster Tortoise (Yuji Kaida)
Cannon Fort (GZ - 02)
Chimera Dragon (FZ - 014)
Command Striker (BUILT)
Command Wolf (Game Exclusive, RED)
Command Wolf (RZ - 009)
Command Wolf AC (RZ -042)
Command Wolf AC (RZ -042)
CP (Random, BUILT)
CP 03 - Gatling
CP 03 Spare Parts
CP 04 - Afack Unit
CP 05 - Bore Cannon
CP 06 - Bomber Unit
CP 06 (LTD)
CP 07 - Cannonry
CP 07 (LTD)
CP 08 - Pile Bunker
CP 10 (BUILT)
CP 11
CP 13 - Wild Weasel
CP 14 - Viking Lance
CP 14 (BUILT)
CP 15 - Assault Gatling
CP 18 - Impact Cannon
CP 20 (Jager Unit)
CP 22
CP 8 (LTD Gold)

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HARD PLASTIC CASE
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Cabinet A
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Cabinet A
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BOX 3I
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BOX 1H
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CP A (Blox)
CP A1 PART (Replica)
CP B (Blox)
CP C (Blox)
CP D (Blox)
CP E (Blox)
CP F (Blox)
CP G (Bolx)
CP H (Blox)
CP I (Blox)
Crystal Horn
D.A. Lizard
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