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The most I've ever spent on a single piece



    Most expensive 'part' I've purchased was a half a dozen original sticker sheets for the UCS Blockade Runner. I remember at the time thinking that the 16 or 17 each I paid for them at the time felt rather ludicrous... Seeing now that the cheapest available in Bricklink appear to be around the 170 mark makes me rather happy (and has also shown me how I'll be buying the UCS Slave 1 for Christmas!)
  • AdeelZubairAdeelZubair Member Posts: 2,704
    edited September 2016
    I spent about £2.50 each for 4595163 - Plate 6x14, I needed five copies so about £12.50 in total. It was for my Caerphilly Castle MOC.

    Caerphilly Castle

    4595163 - Plate 6x14
  • JudgeChuckJudgeChuck Member Posts: 1,582
    I can't remember exactly how much they were, but I bought two Trans-clear #3876 Minifig Shield - Round with Stud to complete a #894 Mobile Ground Tracking Station that I had picked up on eBay. I knew the parts were missing, but the rest of the set was in good condition.
    Anyway, they weren't cheap... I had a quick look on BL earlier and there seem to be a lot more available at cheaper rates, compared to when I got them:{"color":"12"}
  • SumoLegoSumoLego Member Posts: 15,229
    edited September 2016
    ^  Looks tasty.  Is it cherry or raspberry?
  • LegoboyLegoboy Member Posts: 8,827
    ^That's amazing looking!!
    I agree.  Looks like something capable of taking over the world.
  • monkeyhangermonkeyhanger Member Posts: 3,169
    From what this says, polycarbonate is actually a stronger plastic, I always thought it was more brittle...
    There are many measures of material strength - Polycarbonate is hard, but not tough (so is brittle), ABS is considerably tougher in that it would bend and deform rather than snap when flexed.
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