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i get a good laugh out of how expensive it is, given the fact I'd thought I wasted my money buying 8893-1 Lava chamber gate :P.
When I bought that piece to complete ours I found one for $22.50, and I only needed one.
Here is one that I found to be rather expensive for what it was, elusive too.
3,000 to 6,000 for these 2. But I have seen them go over 10,000
The one for the X-Wing 7191 is the only one ever made in that shape, no other color available as far as I can tell.
We've found a few really good deals, but they are few and far between usually.
There are a couple of other rare pieces - particuarly very large bricks, but I expect to be able to make those with plates - so this panel is going to prove the tricky one.
However, it looks like these are just for the stand, rather than any of the actual sculpture, so I will either brick build an alternative, or use a different colour.
$210 including shipping? $180? $240? Nothing at all? :)
I see only a single reasonably priced seller on Bricklink who actually has 60 in stick, for $3.38 each. I may be buying 60 of these in the near future, curious as to what others are paying, or think is fair...
How visible are these things, anyway? If they are used for greebling, I'd think that using black would stand out quite a bit...
Using a light bley base with black levers is quite distracting visually on the top near the back as @renny mentioned since they are used in pairs and also a couple are used on top of the cockpit area. The best sub is using old gray levers and most folks would never be able to tell a difference.
I know some of the moulds have gone (Cafe Corner doors, for example) but the light bley levers would seem to be a good example of this - they obviously have a mould to make the black ones, although not sure if they follow the same process for parts that small.
How about a grey ghost ship with some appropriate rigging, too!
I'm in the UK, if anyone's interested in them.
And $25-$50 right door:
And 4x $10-$20 hose: