KnuckleBonz unveils 3-D vinyl statue depicting the cover of AC/DC’s best album

By Steve Newton

San Francisco Bay Area-based collectibles company KnuckleBonz recently unveiled its latest product, which is aimed at hardcore AC/DC freaks.

It’s a 3-D vinyl statue depicting Angus Young as he appears on the cover of the Aussie earbusters’ best album, Powerage.

So it shows Angus in his schoolboy outfit, standing and screaming at the top of his lungs while multi-coloured electrical wires poke out from where his hands outta be.

Each officially licensed statue is hand-cast, painted, and numbered on the base, and in keeping with the blessed year of Powerage’s release, is limited to only 1978 copies.

You can get yours here at the low, low price of $175 American.

(Okay, so maybe that’s not such a low, low price. But hey–have you seen the price of concert tickets lately? At least the Powerage statue doesn’t come with those wretched Ticketmaster service fees.)


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