Discussion in 'Other Toys/Hobbies' started by xosfear, Nov 30, 2006.
That's $800 RRP
collector items attract big $
thus me saying I can only imagine how much this will be worth in time.
It's $350 RRP.
I saw Lego cancelled the Osprey as even though the plane was intented to depcit a search and rescue plan, they are only used for military so they pusssed out.
Bowser’s Castle $150.00
Toad’s Treasure Hunt $100.00
Starter Course $90.00
Guarded Fortress $80.00
King Boo Haunted Yard $70.00
Thwomp Drop $60.00
Bullet Bills Barrage $50.00
Mario’s House & Yoshi $50.00
Piranha Plant slide $50.00
Desert pokey $30.00
Womp’s Lava $30.00
Builder Mario powerup $13.00
Cat Mario powerup $13.00
Fire Mario powerup $13.00
Propeller Mario powerup $13.00
Plus 10 extra character polybags, $6 each.
$872 for the complete set.
I thought Power was talkign about the $350 NES set above their post. Might be a good idea to buy one and tuck it away for a few years.
I got an email from Rick James saying the Sian was available, but I was too late. Sold out in less than 20 minutes!
So who found an Osprey this weekend? I was lucky enough to get one
Just luck - few select targets got a few in
Stock already in the distribution channels was allowed to be released. Targets, Myers, kmarts had them locally for me.
Might have to try and track one down
I tried my local KMart yesterday with no luck. I might give the Targets a ring to check.
Got mine from Perth city Target this morning. Now, do I build it or leave it in box????
Leave it in the box... grab 2 if possible. They're going for crazy amounts on Ebay at the moment.
Going for crazy amounts or just listed for crazy amounts?
heh, yeah I guess just listed for crazy amounts...
Has anyone got LEGO set 80104 (the Chinese New Year Lion dancing one)?
If so, how many lions did you get? The packaging shows 5 lions, but there’s only 4 to be built in the instructions and I’ve only got 4!