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Build up a storm with this big box of classic LEGO® bricks in 33 different colors. With lots of different windows and doors, along with other special pieces to inspire you, you can really run with your imagination. With some ideas to get you started, this set…
Take on the challenge of building The Tumbler, an amazingly cool LEGO model of the iconic vehicle from the Batman The Dark Knight Trilogy. Check out the cool, detailed interior and adjustable top wing…
Brand new in sealed box Why pay retail price of $169.90? Non-nego please as I’m pricing my Lego sets very competitive in the first place Price is based on self collection at Tai Seng Mrt (weekdays) #lego
You also get the Coast Guard cutter, which is really well designed- the roof flips up to access the bridge, with control stations fore and aft. There are buoys/fenders on each side of the ship, a rotating (manually) radar antenna (the bar type usually seen on ships), a working hoist aft, and a helo pad on the forecastle (that’s the raised deck on the front of the ship). There’s a minisub/ROV with twin props, which clips onto the hoist. There’s a helo with a winch and anchor and floats of skids, which sits on the helo pad. There’s a speedboat with a nicely rendered outboard motor and it’s own radar (the round kind on small boats). And there’s a lighthouse with a bunch of jagged rocks. It was a fun kit to build and there’s a lot of potential for creating adventures. To top it all off, the cutter and speedboat float because- why not? Yeah, Lego just figured the boats should float. Awesome.
Why would LEGO discontinue sets that are still insanely popular? Example being the UCS Millenium Falcon. It would obviously still sell, look at the prices it is commanding online now. Seems to me LEGO is giving up profits. I know some people buy sets hoping the price will rise, and that is all well and good, but some of us just really enjoy assembling, displaying and looking at our collections. I am like a few others in here that have an entire room devoted to LEGO. I have sets I could sell but honestly I probably never will. I find myself alot just sitting there looking around at my sets and honestly it really relaxes me. Same with building. I am married and have 5 daughters…..yes….DAUGHTERS and when I am building I can just focus on that and ignore the chaos around me. It is very theraputic. Anyways, I got a little side tracked, as far as my original question does anyone know why LEGO would intentionally stop the most popular sets, and what are your opinions about this? Also, and I know no one can know for sure, but what do you think the chances are that they would ever re-release the UCS sets?
I’m partial to the Spybotics theme sets. I didn’t really use them much, discovering their existence after they had already been discontinued. But, my interest in Lego robotics leads me to an irrational nostalgia for the sets. Some information positions them as part of the Mindstorms line, though I don’t see how they really relate.
During development of this first set in the series, the designers considered the cost of several options. One more expensive version had additional café features, dark green interior walls, a bike and an additional minifigure. In contrast, a lower cost version of the set was considered which lacked rear exterior walls, interior stairs, and extra interior walls on the second floor, and had only 2 minifigures but no bike.[1]
Stop Bane and Mutant Leader’s toxic attacks with Batman in this exciting THE LEGO Batman Movie: Bane Toxic Truck Attack set, including Bane’s Toxic Truck, Batman’s Whirly-Bat flyer and a toxic waste m…
This chunky Desert Racer is built for rugged driving. There is a pull-back motor to power it forward as well as 4 massive tires to tackle any obstacle. This great little model also features a roll-cage to protect the driver and a row of lights across the top. There’s also a cool winch to get it out of tough spots as well as an angled exhaust and, as a finishing touch, the bodywork has decals and a race number. For an even more action-packed play experience, combine your model with 42026 Black Champion Racer to create a Race Truck with 2 pull-back motors!.
I purchased this for my 10 year son who is a lego fanatic. For some reason Amazon wouldn’t post it so it was delivered to my sister in Vegas and flown out. This Town Hall is amazing, it took my son a day to build it and he has proclaimed that he will never pull it apart. The details are amazing and the building consists of three level with their own function. A wonderful addition to a lego collection, and although it says that it is for 14+ I think younger die-hard lego men will manage construction. This lego piece in Australia is $499.00, so Amazon please allow delivery to Australia as even with postage this is still a great deal – and I want to order some more!
You could also go a different direction and throw the Parisian Restaurant in there and say you have a multicultural center with French, Japanese, and Chinese. And the pool hall in the Detective’s Office is called the Highlander, so maybe some Scottish?
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Jamie Berard and I have traded Emails in the past (I didn’t know it was him talking on the videos, since I didn’t see his name on Youtube, plus I never met him in person…) but he did buy my first LEGO CD (1949-80) 2 years ago…. and he’s a brilliant builder…
LEGO Black Technic Plate Rotor 6 Blade Water Wheel Lot of 25 Parts Pieces 64566 LEGO Black Technic Plate Rotor 6 Blade Water Wheel Lot of 25 Parts Pieces 64566 Official LEGO brand parts. These parts are all brand new and only handled for sorting, counting, and bagging, never snapped together.
Lego discontinues sets for a lot of different reasons… Mostly because of demand for parts I am sure, they cannot thin out their lines to keep 1000 more sets in production, plus sets get old, they do.. most people buy one and they want to see the next one out.. therefore if they were to make more of them then no one would buy.. and no, only selling 3 sets to people over 1 year is not their idea of good sales…. Then they would need to list a lot of their warehouse for 50% off.. again not something they want to do…. I mean look at the steamrollers and pig farms, which would not die… I think the biggest reason is to keep the lines fresh.. not to mention sets can come back at times (see the Metroliner, Main street, Black Falcons Fortress and Guarded Inn and recently the Maersk Container ship).

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