Flyboy Elevator Prop Combo Pack with Monroeville Mall Artifact Penney's Elevator Door 7" Scale Piece Numbered LTD Edition- SOLD OUT
Product DescriptionThe climatic scene in Dawn of the Dead takes place in the JC Penney Elevator when the doors open to reveal Flyboy Zombie! Monroeville Zombies purchased and removed the actual elevator doors from JC Penney (inset picture) for a future exhibit in the zombie museum.
The doors each have an inner edge that is visible in the film when the doors are shown open. The edge piece happens to be a width that is in scale if used as a door for the Dawn of the Dead 7 inch scale action figures. The edge piece has been cut to 7 1/2 inches long to also be in height scale as a door for action figures.
This deluxe combo pack includes a NECA Dawn of the Dead 7 inch Flyboy action figure in sealed NECA clamshell PLUS one 7 1/2 actual elevator door steel piece as seen in the film on the actual elevator. The figure's clamshell package is autographed by David Emge, the actor who played Flyboy. The combo package includes two certificates of authenticity, one limited edition numbered authenticating the actual elevator door piece and one authenticating the combo pack to include the pieces as listed here and the authenticity of the autograph. The entire combo pack is beautifully packed in another outer clamshell displaying all contents (packaged signed figure, door piece, and both COAs).
Make an action figure elevator display for your Flyboy 7 inch scale figure or other Dawn of the Dead figures! Also doubles as a piece of history since it is the actual door piece seen in the movie! Two collectibles in one!
This is a individually limited edition based on the limited length of available door pieces and signed figures. Door pieces are limited to only 22 pieces and are individually numbered on the certificate of authenticity. Combo packs with both figure and door piece is limited to only TEN sets!
NOTE: metal pieces vary from artifact to artifact, so the pieces you receive may look slightly different that the photos here and will have paint scratches and flaws. Remember, these are used actual pieces of the real elevator doors that were used for 45 years in the mall.
polybagged packaging with header card, by Monroeville Zombies, 2015.