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

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

  1. 303-Acid

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    Ha! That's awesome!
     
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  2. Brett

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    42129 Mercedes-Benz Zetros Trial Truck.
    Right hand drive.
    Efferman rear end & steering angle fix.
    Tumbler wheels & tyres.
    Anti-flop bonnet, ½pinned doors.
    20210926_092011.jpg
     
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  3. bym007

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    Somehow it looks better. That meaner look.
     
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    Sold my GT3, off road crane and Volvo dump truck for $1150. They were all in boxes and disassembled to corresponding stages. Now I just need to offload the NES.
     
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  8. Brett

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    No, but they're just another clone like lepin, vonado, or cada.
    Part quality and set completeness can vary wildly and many designs are stolen from MOC designers.
    Not all bad though, like the micro-sized motors some sets use or the "Eric Trax" designed cada tractors, but it's not Lego.
     
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  10. Azrael

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    If you are going to buy off brand you may as well go straight to AliExpress. I grab the occasional MOC there and buy the plans direct from the designer as well. Just a far faster/easier/cheaper way of getting the brick packs.
     
  11. Zee

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    This is awesome - shamelessly copying the concept!

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  12. Azrael

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    I’m pretty sure i got the inspiration from someone else anyway, so it’s just like pass the parcel.
     
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    Only the portholes, from this local review.
     
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    That new Home Alone set is cool.. but not worth the $400 price tag!
     
  16. jekel

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    So who's getting the new Batman Tumbler? $270 on sale: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/660601

    Ordered one........I was annoyed I missed the old model years ago and refused to pay the scalper prices.
     
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    The Home Alone set is the cheapest by far 4000 piece set currently available from Lego
     
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    It's cool, but $1200 is taking the piss.
     
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    AT-AT has some cool new parts. New 1/4 circle gear that forms an 11 stud ring, the Defender wheels in LBG, 11L flip-flop beams in LBG, and the large turntable top is DBG instead of black for the first time.
     

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