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Hey all, Name is Brad and I am currently living on the central coast of California. My son turns four in October and is just getting started into LEGO. I am pretty excited about it since that means I get to play with them again. We recently scored a couple tubs of loose parts at a thrift store and I have been working through those to figure out what sets we got. I think we will continue this bulk tactic as it seems the cheapest way to accumulate a collection, and its really a lot of fun figuring out the puzzle of what the pieces go to.

Unfortunately I sold all my sets from the early to mid 90's back when I got too old to play with them and a couple hundred bucks sounded better than letting them sit until I had kids. Definitely regret that one. I know who has them and I am actually trying to talk them into selling them back to me! I want my Ice Planet back! Ha.

Looking forward to learning and all the help that can be gotten here... Thanks!


  • BumblepantsBumblepants DFWMember Posts: 6,095
    Ice planet was great. You can always try Bricklink if you can't get your old ones back.
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Chicagoland USMember Posts: 9,500
    Welcome, and may the lord have mercy on your soul.
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