NECA Texas Chainsaw Massacre Ultimate Leatherface Action Figure

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NECA Texas Chainsaw Massacre Ultimate Leatherface Action Figure

NECA adds the Texas Chainsaw Massacre Ultimate Leatherface to their Ultimate range. Standing at 7 inches tall, Leatherface is ready for some cannibalistic action. NECA based this sculpt on his appearance in the original Tobe Hooper 1974 movie.

Primed with a meat hook, cleaver, mallet and knife, Leatherface can wipe away the gore onto his movie-accurate apron. With his iconic chainsaw, he’ll be chasing your other action figures as soon as he’s out of the box.

Completing his look is two swappable heads. One features his “killing mask”, which he uses to murder his victims. While his “old lady mask” is worn when he’s in good company in a domestic setting.

Remove and reseal this NECA figure back in his packaging, thanks to the top opening case. A deluxe collector friendly display box with an opening flap protects him from sun fade when not on display.

Figure Highlights

  • 7 in / 18 cm tall
  • Ultimate collectors edition
  • Comes with multiple prop accessories
  • Includes Killing & Old Lady mask head sculpts
  • Easily display from within a deluxe collector-friendly window box

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Weight 350 g
Brand

NECA

MPN

367N101719

Character Family

Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Character

Leatherface

Type Category

Action Figure

Size in centimetres

18

Size in inches

7

Material

Plastic

Packaging

Original (Unopened)

Assembly Required?

No

Batteries Required?

No

Custom Bundle

No

Modified Item

No

AFA Graded

No

Country of Manufacture

China

General Safety Warning

Our products are intended for Adult Collectors unless otherwise stated., Products may contain sharp points, small parts, choking hazards, and other elements not suitable for children under 16 years old.

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