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SW Wanted (UK)

babieface75babieface75 ukMember Posts: 25
As anyone got a Sith Nightspeeder for sale?(or can point me in a good direction)Ive found the full set on brinklink for around £13-£14 in the EU but they are wanting that again for shipping!And some of these are not even boxed.
It doesnt have to be boxed but has to be full set with instructions,hopefully in the UK,
Thanks for your time folks.

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  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 18,310
    You could buy the used one in the UK for £20 plus probably another £4-5 for postage. Or there are some cheaper used ones on ebay.

    The figures from this set - especially Savage Opress - are valuable.
  • babieface75babieface75 ukMember Posts: 25
    If i took the plunge and got it from EU would there be customs charges or would it just be normal shipping costs?
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 18,310
    It should just be shipping costs, no customs charges. At least for now. However, depending on where it is coming from there might well be a delay in post due to the virus and non-essential mail.

  • babieface75babieface75 ukMember Posts: 25
    I have just checked and its anything(except booze/baccy) under £35,so iam going to grab it from Netherlands.
    If anyone has one for sale sealed in the uk and at a good price,pm me(iam one of Those collectors lol,who have to have one for building and one sealed,lol)
  • babieface75babieface75 ukMember Posts: 25
    Also would like 75145 if anyone has a sealed one(or complete,good condition set) in the uk.
    Thanks

  • babieface75babieface75 ukMember Posts: 25
    Hi folks,iam currently bidding on a vip black card display set brand new,what do you folk who are more knowledgeable think is the best price for me as the buyer to go up to?Thanks in advance
  • BrainsluggedBrainslugged England (the grim North)Member Posts: 1,105

    Here's a couple I was watching out of interest from earlier this month. At least that might give you an idea of what they are generally selling for.
  • bandit778bandit778 Docking Bay 94. Member Posts: 2,055

    Here's a couple I was watching out of interest from earlier this month. At least that might give you an idea of what they are generally selling for.
    Jeez, I didn't realise these were going for as much as that.
    Just had a look on Bricklink and nearly fainted.

    Considering it's essentially just the torso that's rare that's an obscene amount of money.
    SumoLego
  • babieface75babieface75 ukMember Posts: 25
    I know,thats why i was dubious about the price so asked you lot
  • babieface75babieface75 ukMember Posts: 25
    Also,its going to look pretty rubbish if you dont have a vip card to put in it,lol
  • BrainsluggedBrainslugged England (the grim North)Member Posts: 1,105
    Also,its going to look pretty rubbish if you dont have a vip card to put in it,lol
    It comes with a black VIP card. Just not a 'live' one that can be used in a store.
  • babieface75babieface75 ukMember Posts: 25
    Does it,oh i didnt know that,thanks Brains,you learn something new everyday on these forums.
  • babieface75babieface75 ukMember Posts: 25
    And if anyone has one going spare knocking about and dont want a small fortune for it,give me a shout,lol
  • monkeyhangermonkeyhanger Member Posts: 2,889
    I built mine about a week ago as the shitty makeshift bag TLG sent these out in was split. It's not something I particularly covet - just a reminder of the final half arsed attempt TLG made to appease us mugs who went out on day one to get one ordered on the promise of perks and exclusive offers that never materialised.
    SumoLegoMr_Cross
  • babieface75babieface75 ukMember Posts: 25
    Sorry to hear that Monkey,with Lego knowing it would be the most hardcore fans out there who would be buying the set on day one,i would have exspected them to give out some nice,one off bonus gifts atleast,i mean come on they can afford it and the way prices are you kinda deserve it.
  • monkeyhangermonkeyhanger Member Posts: 2,889
    If you buy one of these and the bag looks a little off, or the seal is a little off - it is probably still genuine. The bag is very makeshift - like a sticky sealing sandwich bag made out of cellophane that's susceptible to splitting along its creases. 
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 12,553
    It's not something I particularly covet - just a reminder of the final half arsed attempt TLG made to appease us mugs who went out on day one to get one ordered on the promise of one, single, solitary, isolated perk and exclusive offer, so exclusive that only @samiam391 could consider it attainable, that never materialised.
    Couple of typos...  I made the corrections.

    @babieface75 - did you end up getting one of these?
    monkeyhanger
  • babieface75babieface75 ukMember Posts: 25
    Nah,was following one at £40 and was close to pulling the trigger but then i rememberd the comments off here and thought,really,do i really want one that bad when i could get a darth revan for around the same price.So no i didnt,darth Revan is much more collectable to me at that price.Plus there was a polybag white boba fett around the same price and again would mean more to me,did put a cheeky offer in to him for that but he let it finish.
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 18,310
    I built mine about a week ago as the shitty makeshift bag TLG sent these out in was split. It's not something I particularly covet - just a reminder of the final half arsed attempt TLG made to appease us mugs who went out on day one to get one ordered on the promise of perks and exclusive offers that never materialised.
    You did get a year of anticipation though. :-)

    monkeyhanger
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