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- Take ride on the "Wild Side" with the original bad boys of rock! This new series of Motley Crue bobbleheads from Locoape celebrates the legend and legacy of the greatest touring rock n roll band of all time!
- Each bobblehead stands approximately 8.5 inches tall. Upside down drum rig measures 9" x 14".
- Made of detailed resin, each stylized bobblehead has "Looks That Kill" and rockin' headbanging action.
- This 4-piece bobblehead set includes the entire band: Vince Neil (vocals), Mick Mars (lead guitar), Nikki Stixx (bass) and Tommy Lee (drums), all dressed as they appeared on Motley Crue's final tour. Also included is Tommy Lee's upside down drum rig!
- Officially licensed.
Take ride on the "Wild Side" with the original bad boys of rock! This new series of Motley Crue bobbleheads from Locoape celebrates the legend and legacy of the greatest touring rock n roll band of all time! Standing approximately 8.5 inches tall, this 4-piece bobblehead set includes the entire...
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