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Phritz4756: Hi from Austria

Phritz4756Phritz4756 Member Posts: 0
edited February 2012 in Introduce yourself
I'm a 21-year-old math student from Vienna. I've been collecting LEGO sets for a year now and always enjoyed reading this forum. I don't know exactly what started it, maybe it was my girlfriend discovering her old Star Wars sets, I've no idea. Since then we both spent some money on new sets. I'm into HP, SW and the Superheroes sets. (I even managed to get a Spiderman set)
I'm glad there is such a huge communty here!
I'll just use my first post to ask you something:
I'm looking forward to the new Superheroes sets. They seem to be availabel in the US, but here in Austria, they are not even listed in the new catalog (only those ultra-build-whatever). The German LEGO online shop already sells them, but I've not seen them in any store yet. Anyone here from Austria or Germany? I wanna have my Batman sets!!

And now to something completely different:
Sets with rubber tires.
I noticed, that some sets from the time when I was a child, contain kind of "sticky" tires. They appear to be wet, but Ithink the rubber changed over the years. What can I do, to save my rubber parts?

Sorry for any typos and grammar mistakes. (those europeans...)


  • JenniJenni Member Posts: 1,390
    Hi Phritz4756,

    Welcome :). A math student, wow, I'm impressed, college math was my downfall :).

    Can't help you on your questions but I'm sure someone here will be able to.

    Glad you're here,

  • streekerstreeker Member Posts: 299
    edited January 2012

    No Batman sets on the shelves in France either.
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