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(Atari 2600 honorable mention)
Sets of this scale and grandeur are rare, so I would recommend. It's also a pretty good value at RRP compared to more recent offerings.
(Honorable mention: Intellivision)
Still a one if a kind system in the history of gaming.
I had two close buddies in the neighborhood and we each coordinated our toy collections. I was the GI Joe house, Eric was the Transformers house, and Joe was the LEGO house. Worked great and we didn't even need the Internet to do it!
Sydney Opera: Released 2013
Why do you think SOH would go before TB? I certainly hope it doesn't pull a Town Hall as I've put off SOH until after TB goes as a signal.
And if going by TB's lifeline, Sydney will be with us until 2020.
And when did we go EuroBricks in this thread?
Six Million Dollar Man
And yes I'm that old as well
Wow, I remember having the Six Million Dollar Man... Robot Sasquatch, Maskatron with the Oscar Goldman face! Lego in the 70's was the fall-back toy, to build some things for the Star Wars figures.
Also, we had a party line and TV antenna! I would have to go outside and turn the antenna when we changed channels. And, there was no remote. Well, unless you called us kids the remote. Now, those were the days.
Evel Knievel (later Team America)
Stompers (honorable mention)
Hot Wheels (honorable mention)
T-ZZZERS (honorable mention)
Tyco Slot Cars (honorable mention)
Had some Micronauts, but they were kind of boring. Even the big cruiser, too flimsy.
"Is the Death Star ever going to retire? No.
"When will "XXXXXX" retire?" Use a "Magic 8 Ball" (Oh, I'm sorry, more nostalgia)
No, LEGO employees don't have inside information and know just as much as we do; most cases...less.
"Is "XXXXXX" is a great investment?" Who knows? Buy it and see after it retires.
Resellers are awful. No they aren't. Yes they are. No they aren't...
It's LEGO; not Legos.
Do we even need this thread when Slave 1 is going to reach $1,000 1 year after it retires? No. Sell all your stock and buy 200 Slave 1's.
@BrickDancer - It's true. All of it. Little Timmy. Posts about widgets and cogs. A Fire Brigade and Death Star that just wouldn't retire. They're real.