You Can Get An 82″ Tall Iron Man Statue For About $8,000 at the Avengers Campus

(Image Credit: Sideshow Collectibles)

Marvel die-hard fans now have an opportunity to purchase an almost $8,000 Iron Man statue wearing the Mark III suit at Disney’s new Avengers Campus.

The statue is impressive at 82.65″ (6 foot 10 inches) tall and 42.5″ wide with a price of $7,950.

(Image Credit: Sideshow Collectibles)

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These are constructed from fiberglass.

It’s made by Sideshow Collectibles and you can buy one through their site as well.

These pieces weigh 130 pounds are are limited edition!

Here’s the write-up:

The crowning jewel of any Hall of Armor, and perhaps the ultimate piece of Iron Man memorabilia – Sideshow’s brand new, limited edition Iron Man Mark III Life-Size Figure is quite simply a wonder to behold! 

Subtly lit from below by its light-up base, the Mk III stands well over 6 feet tall, making for a strikingly impressive and attention-grabbing high-end display piece.

With brightly illuminated eyes, arc reactor and palm repulsors, Iron Man’s iconic armor is brought to life, adding a whole new dimension to any Marvel collection.

Inspired by the suit created in the first Iron Man movie, this is arguably the most “classic” of Iron Man’s many armored outfits.  The Mk III was also the first rendition of the super-suit to feature Tony’s red and gold hot rod color scheme.

This finely crafted museum quality collectible raises the bar for screen accuracy and realism, with expertly reproduced layered armored panels, subtle weathering, and many fine details to amaze movie fans and hardcore collectors alike.

Here at Sideshow, we are honored to bring you the ultimate luxury Iron Man art for any home theater, Marvel collection, gallery or cinematic display.

(Image Credit: Sideshow Collectibles)

If you buy it at Avengers Campus it could take up to 120 days to get to you and you have to pay for shipping!

Ordering from SideShow directly will give you free shipping.

I did try to take my husband into one for our studio, but he said no.

Oh well.

If any of you buy one I would love to see photos!

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