... I know you guys would use these bricks more than me. I want it gone... I have less than half of my tiny room to use because I have my childhood LEGO taking up all the space. I am keeping one tub and my Bionicle for my kids, but this other lot of 100 lb
is taking too much space and I am kind of worn out of LEGO.*If you are in Southern California (or are willing to drive), please come take it off of my hands.
I sorted about 20 lb and decided to just try to sell the whole lot. Like I said, there is almost 100 lb
of it and a couple Minecraft sets too. I don't want to ship it or part out, just take the Whole Lot. I am kind of close to LA, but can't find ANY collectors that want it... I know there are though.
There are tons of old parts like wheels with metal axles from the 60s and I have had a lot of Star Wars sets mainly. Though I had parts to a Harry Potter set from a yard sale (not sure how much of that made it into the portion I am selling?). Either way, I know there is a collector that wants it, a lot is sorted but I just want cash for a car and some other things I need more than this pile of LEGO I haven't touched in years.
I want $2,000
(it is negotiable but only a couple hundred at most so don't give me a $1,000 offer or anything
). It may seem like a lot but there are a lot of old Bricks and elements. I am keeping a lot of the modern bricks, but all of my old baseplates and 60s-90s bricks. I remember I had a lot of Alien magnet parts and stuff from the 90s too. I can send more pics and answer questions if you text me at (661)-632-6570
I have loved LEGO all my life, but this is too much. I know some of you guys want it, but I can't find anybody. Please come take it away, man.
Also, I don't see anything particularly rare or interesting here. It may help for you to list off any larger sets that you have.
Just FYI, normally unsorted bulk lots like this go for $5 a pound. If you want $20 a pound, you really have to separate out the sets and sell them individually, or open a parts store on BrickLink yourself, or pull out the more valuable parts sell them for more, and sell the rest cheap. Nobody in their right mind is going to pay $20 a pound for an unsorted lot of random LEGO parts. I'm saying this as friendly help, and to give you an idea why nobody is biting. If you want this lot to be gone, you need to offer it for a price that actually makes sense.
My two cents - if someone wants to 'come take' away my collection for $500,000.00 - I will do you one better and pack it up and deliver it to you. Wire transfers in advance only, PM me!