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My parents-in-law just unearthed a partially-build, very dusty #8479, with loose parts in a little bin.
OH NOES! RIP 8479, cause of death: motor failure. Apparently replacement motors are available, so someone should send him one, maybe he'll feature it on a mailbag episode.
Well I'm currently building Lego Technic Model 8479 from 1997 and unfortunately the wires and battery box are all past saving (see pictures) to be used on a working model but once this model is rebui…
http://brickset.com/sets/8479-1/Barcode-Multi-Set Here all the info you need!
I have noticed that old classic Technic sets (like 8448, 8880, 8479, 8868 etc.) have lost their values lately. Earlier they are selling at insane prices. Now their prices at Ebay is much lower. May b…
Standard Lego bits last beyond 20 years easily. However, how long power function lasts? My code pilot (8479 barcode truck) does not work any more.
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