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i googled everything and nothing. the marking you see are the markings it has.
All i know isnit was an estate online sale and he said it was pretty old. It is three feel long. Does anyone know anything about it.
"STOP!!!!! WHATAREYOUDOING?!?!?!? ONE BUMP AND THAT WHOLE THING WILL FALL TO THE FLOOR AND SHATTER!!!!!" sense.
^About the 1:12 mark
With The weight of that thing there was no way it was falling off the table sitting that far over. I was surprised when i first picked it up.
I will i'll just have to find a box big enough for it and tell him no assembly required lol
And thank you very much datsunrobbie i really apreaciate that. i will see what i can do about thto instructions not.
and for the tecord cord it's off the table and in a box i found in the garage
safe n sound lol.
and your right sprinkleotter it does look better without the men
I won the white lot for £7.50 & the dark red lot for £8.66 + £4.00 P+P which came to £20.16.
On Bricklink ATM the white #32077 wheels average price is £77.80 each, I have always wanted to Bricklink a #10134 and winced at the price of the wheels but now have both of them and a couple of other parts to get me started.
As for the dark red parts there are a few that can be used for #10196 ,(I now have well over 100 dark red #2449 's in my collection), & #10182, (again have more then enough #4460b 's handy + the other rarer parts).
As you can guess, I'm one happy bunny ATM :)
When I arrived at his house to collect he offered me #75105 ( half built but complete) for €25.
A decent day.
Source: Have lived in a white suburb in North Texas.
Btw, have you checked out the new function on the Brickset database? We're pretty close in rank at the moment, though I'll probably drop a bit when I remove a few sets I bought for MOCs. Kind of found it a little trippy I ranked so high & that there was someone who's name I recognised.
Oh, and, nice find ;)
I'm shocked. My collection isn't that big- I get less than $300 of sets a year usually.
As for polys at local retailers, you guys are doing better than us, we've had two Marvel polys, both connected to Lego Marvel game pre-orders, the red arms C-3PO was like the third or fourth SW polybag give away not connected to a Lego SW game. Most people in Australia get their polys one of three ways; S[email protected] promos, Bricklink purchase or local speciality toy sellers who tend charge big mark ups for them (average is around AU$12-15 for City, etc polys & AU$15-30 for SW/Marvel/DC, etc).
Keep in mind that it's based on unique sets, which includes CMFs, polybags, etc. I was originally figuring when I first saw the forum post I would be able to say to @xiahna, "see we're not that bad, we're not even in the top....100,000, 50,000, etc." Then I went to check & almost died, inside of the top 2,000 already. Unless TLG starts making less sets or a lot of sets we have no interest in, we will probably keep climbing. The other strategy is to hope enough members continue purchasing at similar rates to us, so we effectively don't move up in the rankings, (you all love Lego, so keep buying, PLEASE!).
Interesting feature though.
EDIT: By the way, GREAT job on all the stats for all the collection info! Nice tables and graphs.
Wow, I am in 4,834th place. Yeah. But it is ranked by number of distinct sets. Perhaps there should be other rank formats as well (pieces, value, most "classic" sets, ...) :-)
In effect, I have got 444 distinct sets (more actually, but I haven't had time to update my set list recently), 610 including duplicates, with some 150K pieces. So someone who owned say 500 Polybags and CMFs would rank higher, even though his piececount would be substantially lower. Come to think of it, there is an error in the piececount somewhere anyway. In the headline it tells me I have got 150,921 pieces, on the My Sets page it tells me it is 163,734 pieces - and that is only for the sets that BrickSet has the piececount of, which exludes most of the older part of my collection.
But back on topic, my greatest find recently was the Dimensions Starter Pack for the PS3, which I had been pondering about getting for months now. Finally got it on Amazon pre-Black-Friday offer yesterday. 39.97 Euro was too hard to pass up :-)