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Maybe I missed this in the article, but was the record for assembled and displayed sets or just number of sets? If its assembled and displayed sets that might be a cool record. It gets really hard to find room for every thing. I don't envy on having to take them apart. I'm doing a mini version of that.
Just because someone has done more, if they haven't told anyone about it, it doesn't really get "recorded". :)
I agree with @Dfenz, 1,000 polybags would be pretty easy to do, I had over 1,000 polybags from the last Target clearance, I'll post the picture here again, so do I "win"?
Or do I actually have to open and build them all? :)
Also, from the information that came up on another board where a friend of this collector posted last year, I'm not sure the sets needed to be built, but they needed to be available for the public to view, so he opened his house for everyone and built them all to make it worthwhile for people to come see them. In that regards I'd say he is quite worthy as record holder.
Yikes, it is a lot less than I thought... Not counting polybags, just the boxed sets, we have 91 sets built and displayed...
Hmm, it seems low, but that is the count... Perhaps I'm spending too much time looking at the boxes and not enough time building? :)
I think my wife is afraid they might get inspired. :)