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UCS Falcon 10179 still a good investment?

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  • mathewmathew Member Posts: 2,096
    ^ Yeah, I would love to have the motorized ATAT. They go for around $200 used so I wouldn't classify it as "affordable". I'm sure they will re-release it sometime in the near future.
  • LegoFanTexasLegoFanTexas TexasMember Posts: 8,409
    ^ And $300 new, which is triple RRP. :(

    I actually had one set aside to build, but sold it a few months ago for $270, just couldn't break it open to build at that price.

    Another one will be done, perhaps not motorized, but sometime in the next few years, another one will be done.
  • jcb193jcb193 Member Posts: 148
    And how much do you think a re-release AT-AT would be? I'm guessing at least $200-$300? I meant it was affordable in comparison to older sets (IMO). Used ones can be had for $150-175 if you're lucky.
  • jcb193jcb193 Member Posts: 148
    And, in my opinion, is money well spent. A super fun build (except for the four legs), and once you see it walk across your floor, your smile will light up the room. Buy it. Build it. Sell it.
  • RennyRenny USAMember Posts: 1,143
    I adore the 10178 Motorized AT-AT. One of my favorite sets. Just watching it lumber across the room with Luke dangling by the cable is awesome.
  • CurvedRoadPlateCurvedRoadPlate Member Posts: 256
    If the Ewok village set does well and we see a redo of Cloud city, I'd also like to see a larger Moss Eisley set with a cantina and outside area with Storm Troopers and a Bantha. Lot of tan bricks.
  • rocaorocao Administrator Posts: 4,288
    I'm very late to this conversation, but I don't understand some of the BrickPicker bashing, and I commend the site owners for their continued reasonable responses in the face of criticism.

    It's not a perfect tool, but it's one of the few we have for historical valuations, and they are working hard at improving it, as they say.

    timinchicago
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