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And just a smidge over 131 euros in parts from a Bricklink store, which I only placed due a 10% off voucher when you spent 35 or more.
Now, to convince the wife that I need a real Porsche...
Putting something back on 'owned' after being moved back to 'wanted' earlier in the year - I have (again) the New Milano.
And a couple of brickheadz. Cap and Stark.
Which "Cap"? ;-)
Also noticed that C.A. could refer to Captain Armando (Salazar) :-P
Anywho, enjoy yout BrickHeadz! So far I have the TLBM and B&B. Will follow with PC and finally the Marvel ones.
Oh, and I'm not too happy with Belle's base being different that the rest of the series... I would have rather all of them to have the bigger base. If anything I guess it's a reason to create custom bases for all of them.
started small with #42054 CLAAS XERION 5000
Those discount stickers are **** to remove, but not too bothered at this price/for these sets.
#60097 City Square had been on my wish list since a while, but only after buying it did I realise it had the obligatory helicopter... Might leave that one in the bag.
It's advanced a bit since #8859 (or even #851 ).
i did think about just saying "Lego set's" with out a list of what set's :p
Suuurree you did ;-)
I was very lucky to get this fellow!
I'm not a mechanical guy, and amongst other things this saves me money on speed champions and technic.
I avoid gotta catch 'em all with LEGO, I mainly tihnk of CMFs when I think of that, but also Mixels - only got tapsy trumpsy jamzy for my lego music collection
I was going to use some VIP points, but I'm guessing if that drops the cash value below £35 you don't get the giveaway?
#21130 The Nether Railway
I only need #21131 The Ice Spikes from the current wave and then need to start saving for the large sets being released later this year, especially #21137 The Mountain Cave!
I also grabbed a large PAB cup with some bricks for me and some for my daughters. Of course, I also picked up the #40252: Mini Volkswagen Beetle freebie.
All-in-all a successful morning! :-)
The Ice Spikes doesn't quite do it for me, but I'll be getting it anyway, mainly for the enchanting table.
@dspigel saw your " #75165 at $9.99 " post in the Target thread, hadn't noticed that in store, will check tomorrow
got 2 DUPLO baseplates from the Target sale and returned the 2 I bought at regular price a few weeks ago. also got a #31048 Lakeside Lodge $19.19 (pricematched to their own website)
line. MB's current licenses aren't stuff I'm interested in, and MB
isn't cheap enough to get my attention for that reason. I like how
licensed themes combine two collections. For similar reasons, LEGO Star
Wars is most of my SW merch. I get dollar bills autographed because I
already have a paper money collection.
@blogzilly and I have different philosophies on box condition. he bought my #75149 box since his got totaled. I usually prefer them flat in the recycle bin. I got Brick Bank not as expensive with a damaged box, though that time I kept the empty. #41104 was an early post dark age set, I kept the box, and use it to store some instruction books. I keep top-opening boxes like Ideas for parts storage, but that's not collecting. I got rid of my KFOL boxes because they were taking up space and got banged up in storage anyway.
did that with #31042 super soarer, especially since I got 3 on clearance. the main model looks best and there are a lot of parts the other builds don't use.
How do MBs compare to lego? Could i get the instructions for the MB enterprise and build it from Lego or are the parts vastly different?
From what I saw of the Enterprise set one of our friends' has, there are an array of MB specific parts that TLG doesn't have analogues of. Workarounds could probably be managed for at least a few of the parts.
They're both certainly on my must have list at this point!