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@Pitfall and @Legoboy still cruising around but his time in a right-hand drive. Enjoy Chris.....
Cooooooool. Very nice. And I can see all the pictures. :o)
The only question is how long did sticker application take in total?
At least minifig parts and accessories, and anything with a sticker or print on it, is reasonably isolated now, so for the rest I feel like I can just hunt around for whatever I need and something near enough will turn up. And I ended up rebuilding the Speed Racer car along the way, wanted to have that back on the shelves ever since I gave the movie another watch and discovered I actually really like it.
I did like both the Prancing Pony (although a little small, and I also had to substitute a couple of parts, due to the extremely high cost of the specified ones) and the Balrog Battle, so I am looking forward to seeing how this one works out.
Forgot the fecking santas were under cmfs as well as holiday figs.
Nobody speak to me.
Come on, get a move on, chop-chop! ;-)
Ah, it's starting to look like Christmas...
Most of the stuff I've had for sale went at local cons mostly for half off my initial asking prices. Which is a shame because most of them were 99 era Star Wars stuff and some of it was pretty rare... still can't sell off those micro-ship builds or the original Droid Fighter even at half off though, even if someone was just looking for the parts.
Snake Canyon and Pirate Building Set are still not going either unfortunately. I just want some folks to enjoy them as much as I did initially, seems the kids prefer Star Wars sets over anything else.
But yeah, if you aren't willing to budge on the prices good luck selling anything. Most of my stuff is loose, but not everything LEGO is going to sell at huge prices once it retires just because.
Docks are on standby but need to finish this beauty first.
So much more formal.
...there's another thread for Leaks you know...
The deals will be back at another time... probably. :)
I get paid again before Xmas...... :):):)
My mistake in sorting is that I picked the kitchen table as my sorting location. I started with one box, which turned into three rather quickly. I saw my wife eyeing the table with every new, "Oh yeah, I forgot about that...." (rookie moves by the way)
I decided then to only bring out a new box once I put one away, so as not to exceed more than 3 larger boxes at any given time. My wife is obviously way smarter than I am, and caught on quickly. The only comment she made was, "Are you serious? We need a bigger house with a Lego room for you and all your stuff."
So I take that as a win?
In addition, I only now realize how many Brickheadz I've added onto orders since the start of the year. I knew I had at least a few. Turns out I have a LOT more. So much for some restraint with that theme.
"I pick up stuff cheaply and then swap it market prices after the sets retire. That's how I subsidize the hobby."
And every once in awhile sell something and buy dinner.
(It was $110.00 off at Amazon!)