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What happened to set # 10180?

There is #10179 UCS MF, and #10181 Eiffel Tower, but no set # 10180.

I can't find any clues in the Brickset database, Forum posts, Lugnet, or anywhere else online. Obviously they planned for it in the set numbering, but it was never produced, or even spoken of apparently.


  • YellowcastleYellowcastle Administrator, Moderator Posts: 5,234
    I heard it was an Osprey Pod Factory but nothing much otherwise...
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Member Posts: 5,435
    There are many such gaps in set numbers. Lego’s use of them doesn’t always make sense (to us), and once you think you’ve determined the pattern, they go and break it (e.g. the two Saturn V sets).
  • Mr_CrossMr_Cross Member Posts: 1,672
    That might have been my fault... I did a spoof before I knew LEGO hated fans doing it.

    Built as part of an fbtb competition, other crud photos of it are in my old brickshelf folder.
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