@ultrakaiju - Steve, I really share your appreciation for these '54 Toygraph Gojis, and I'm pulling your excellent photo of the maquette version on green vinyl from page one of this thread! This specific toy has always caught my eye, and I agree with you that it really seems to be the colors that draw you in. After reading through this entire thread again, something finally clicked in my brain. As many of you might already know, Shuji Kajimoto-san of Toygraph is a collector and enthusiast of vintage Godzilla toys, and I'm convinced this specific toy is a tribute to the ultra-rare lime green '66 Marusan Godzilla with silver and blue sprays: The above photos on Club Tokyo were actually provided by Kajimoto-san from his own collection. Steve, I know this rare version is familiar to you, but did you ever connect it with the one you have? Kajimoto-san has also painted serveral of his gojis with vintage Bullmark and Marusan paint styles. I would love to find one of the '54 gojis with the Bullmark Hawaiian tribute sprays, but they seem to be incredibly rare. It's almost painful to look at the original retail and early aftermarket prices for some of these rare Toygraph figures now.