I proudly present my new MASK Gator Ultimate Upgrade Kit to coincide with MASK’s 35th birthday.
Dusty Hayes’ rugged orange Jeep is a stalwart of almost every MASK collection, and with our vibrant community making all sorts of 3d printed add-ons and extras for the toys I really felt the stickers could use a professional update, which is a task I’m singularly suited to, because I enjoy spending days on end drawing tiny, incredibly detailed things!
So whether your old Gator is just looking a bit tired, or you’re doing a full beautiful restoration, these are the stickers for you – your Gator will absolutely pop off the shelf!
What you get –
- 20+ Custom drawn, professionally printed and pre-cut stickers for your Gator to make it POP! Full coherent instructions on this page!
This is a full, highly detailed complete redraw of ALL the original Gator stickers plus a bunch of new ones.
In this case the objective was to try and jazz up the ’empty shell’ of the Jeep that’s left on the shoreline when Gator transforms, and a special couple of stickers guaranteed to make you smile! It’s my hope many of you will now choose to display your Gator in defence mode once you’ve seen this kit.
Ebay link or contact me directly!
As with all my other kits, I’ve created placement instructions for the kit below. Have fun and thank you so much for buying my stickers and keeping MASK alive!
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I also (always) recommend tweezers for some of the tiny, fiddly stickers.
Also, take your time! This is a fun hobby project for serious MASK fans!
First, remove the tired 30-year old stickers off your Gator and clean it up if you can. Unless they all fell off already because you played with it in the bath 30 years ago! You can clean any residual goo off with Zippo lighter fuel. If you decide to remove the stickers later, they won’t damage the toy.
Sticker 17 is the same as the Gator tail detail I’ve always supplied free with the Boulder Hill Ultimate Upgrade kit.
Sticker 20 is tricky to place but looks cool and adds some real guts to the Jeep ‘shell’, seeing some of the mechanics you’d expect to be visible.
Thanks for supporting my MASK art and contribution to the MASK community!
I welcome your feedback. If you think my instructions look like Lester wrote them, let me know and I’ll try and improve them.
PS If you’re from Hasbro you should really offer me a job doing this! 🙂