Lego! Do Not Link To Your Sales In This Thread!

Discussion in 'Other Toys/Hobbies' started by xosfear, Nov 30, 2006.

  1. Deftone2k

    Deftone2k In the Darkroom

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    Very nice, still need to get one before I cant!
     
  2. SamBoio

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    The F40 and the Mustang are probably the most enjoyable sets I've built since getting back into the hobby. I was lucky enough to get the F40 for $95 at a Myer sale back when it was still on the shelves.
     
  3. Deftone2k

    Deftone2k In the Darkroom

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    Yeah I think I have to jump on the F40 now before it's too late.

    Is the Mustang in stores yet or still just the Lego online store?
     
  4. SamBoio

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    Independent stores should have it, and the Bondi Lego store had loads of them when I went just over a week ago.
     
  5. Brett

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    Was thinking about stripping my Chiron back and rebuilding as RHD, but not sure exactly how to at the moment - nor do I have the time!
     
  7. Deftone2k

    Deftone2k In the Darkroom

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    Thanks mate. It's more just my timing with funds.
     
  8. cyrax83

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    I'm missing the London Bus and the DB5 from the Creator Cars.

    I absolutely hate the DB5 set with a passion so I'm skipping it.
    I'd love a London Bus but it hasn't hit good sale prices considering it's only sold by independents and not the big retailers

    My favourite is probably the F40
     
  9. holdennutta

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    I've been trying to buy 2 lunar landers from the lego online store for three days now. Get "unexpected error - try again" every single time I try to pay. LEGO support can't even help me. Just gave 200 VIP points for my trouble.
     
  10. Brett

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    Start around ~$130pp NIB on Bricklink.
    They generally reimburse the points after the order fails, can take a day or so, otherwise support can do it too.
    Tried buying one at a time?
    Otherwise give support a call rather than chat or call sales to process the order.
     
  11. holdennutta

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    Oh no, sorry these were free points I didn't have before.

    I have not... Perhaps I shall... Ta
    Edit: nope. Fails too

    I think that will be what I revert to.
     
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    Why's that? I think it looks quite cool. I'm not the biggest fan of the creator stuff, I really only go for Technic.
     
  13. apsilon

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    Try a different browser. I know I've had trouble with the S@H site with one browser but can't recall if it was IE, Firefox or Chrome.
     
  14. Deftone2k

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    Welp I bit the bullet on a few sets because I didnt want to get stuck in the same scenario.

    So found and bought the F40 creator BNIB from a Sydney seller..

    Also picked up Saturn V and the Tron Legacy sets on the target sale today.

    It can go with all the other unbuilt lego, but at least I wont have regrets anymore :)

    Yahoo

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  15. MonoJoker

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    Can anyone help me identify if this is Lego or not? It's part of a large collection I got which was full of non-Lego bits and pieces, fake lego (still finding the odd brick of it), etc. Pretty sure it's NOT but want to check before it goes in the bin. Had a suspicion I'd seen it in a Hero Factory build but pretty sure it wasn't.

    Anyway here's a pic they're like axles/connector type shafts


    Click to view full size!


    Thanks
     
  16. chook

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    Pretty sure they are K'NEX: https://www.knex.com/
     
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    Makes perfect sense as there was also some of the blue and yellow semicircular pieces like your link shows in the collection. Thanks.
     
  18. Madengineer

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    So the holidays are coming up and I've gotta get another set to build!

    I CAN'T DECIDE WHAT!
     
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    75936. Giant T-Rex!
     
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