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200k pieces at $.10 each would be $20,000. Probably a decent ballpark figure. Though I suppose they probably acquired a lot through bulk buy. Perhaps she has access to the other special direct from LEGO deal like Sawaya and some others do
Absolute eye candy!
That is one fantastic MOC.
Look at all the detail, the colours, the design.
*bookmarks that Flickr account*
Shame we can't get real "Ultimate Collectors Series" sets like THAT!!!!
Next you'll be wanting all the parts in a single huge gaylord pallet container mixed together?
Just beat me now... :)
Mentioned at the end of this article at Brothers Brick.
It's a stunning build, not just size but detail. Although I find it a little garish. Not much they can do about the Lego colour pallette though.
"Before Lego I was just considered a geek... but 200,000 bricks and a giant moc later, I got arms like this!"
See, now I know what to show the ladies, when they give me the disdainful 'You collect what?' look.
'Oh my, yes. Let's buy you more bricks!'
Yeah... that'll happen now.
(Joking aside, great moc).