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Of course, this only allows me to move my obsessions on to the Skull's Eye Schooner...
I just finished building my Modular Fire station.
I think I like it more than the others :)
Bat in the belfry ... LoL :)
Thought I had all going when "feeling the bags" of the minifigs.
In best belief, I put a bag from series 6 in the cart, was very convinced that it was Lady Liberty. But no, it was a minotaur.. To be honest I actually got two of those, thought I was sure of at least one of them being Lady Liberty.
On the positive side, I got the Genie and the Bandit, again just from feeling on the bags.
IMO 27 EUR RRP is pretty expensive for what you actually get though.
This is the equivalent of The Lego Show (2 public days, 4 AFOL days, etc), so I am very excited, as I couldn't come to that
Fingers crossed people!
Having just awakened from the Dark Ages, I have spent WAY too much on Lego this year. (on a side note: is there a name for this post-dark age overspending in the beginning?)
Now, I'll wait for the Spider-Man set, some of the new Star Wars, and perhaps any really good deals I see online. I need to use some self restraint and stop buying things spontaneously.
Snap! I've gone nuts since getting back in to LEGO last year. The worst thing is combining the brickset database with ebay.
Was at a book store and they had the HP Express for 50% off original price ($109). But the box has been opened and taped shut again and there is a little note saying "some parts are missing". Pondering weather or not I should buy this risking $55. Thoughts?
Even if you end up selling it for parts/pieces (granted that you have at least most of the parts) you should easily recuperate your $55 and make a little in the process.
@samiam391 Haggling, LOL. Don't sell parts or sets, but I guess the price isn't too bad even for parts.
Just built Vampyre Hearse and The Mummy. Only a couple things I couldn't do with just one hand. Hubby will apply the sticker in the morning so I can put the hood on the hearse. Time to take a pain pill and call it a night in just a few.
I built my Grand Emporium. I found the interior was a bit empty so I added some gold and trinkets and 3 shoppers from an Isla de Muerta.
Then added a kitchenware section with a Coffee machine, Croissant maker and Pizza Oven from the City Alarm game. Also added a remote control helicopter to the toy section, along with a toy car and a boxed lego Post office, Police station and Train set. :)
I also used the mini policemen and robbers as inflatible punchbag toys. :)
Last but not least I found room under the ground floor escalator for a safe with lots of 100 pound notes. :) :) :)
Excellent used copy for $120, complete with unapplied sticker and instructions; but no box. Happy camper from a nice Flea-bay find =)
Also picked up a Tantive IV #10198 for $130 as new but unsealed. It's been a good Original Trilogy day.
Anxious for tomorrow, when Death Star, Medieval Market Village, TIE Fighter and two Endor Battle Packs should arrive at my doorstep :) Too bad I just watched the Star Wars "hexology" a few weeks back, would've been a good backdrop for some Death Star building! I reckon I'm gonna start with MMV first though, and then TF. Can't wait!
Photos and blog post here: http://minifigs.me/lego-filled-fun-fest-and-ben-fogle/