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This is the original Batcave from 2006 and it’s still a fan favorite, for good reason. It has a total of 1,075 pieces put together to create Batman’s famous headquarters, including Batman’s costume transformation chamber, a fire-able Bat-Signal cannon, Robin’s jetski, the Batblade ice sledge, and The Penguin’s submarine. It also has a whopping 10 minifigures: Batman, Robin, The Penguin, 3x Penguin minions (which are literal penguins), Mr Freeze, Mr Freeze’s Henchman, Bruce Wayne, and Alfred.
I suffer from a chronic case of “painless foot.” It’s an odd condition caused by feet that don’t hurt very often. Without regular pain in the bottom of your feet, it’s unnerving because you’re never sure if your foot is actually still there. The anxiety it causes has resulted in thousands of dollars worth of therapy. I thought there would be no end to my misery.
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Below is a list of LEGO sets that are at risk of retiring soon in and around the 2018 calendar year. It is organized into sets that are at a high risk of retiring soon, medium risk, and low risk. Note that LEGO retirement dates are not an exact science and all sets that have been available for sufficiently long can be discontinued at any time, with no notice. Let us know your thoughts and leave a comment below.
This will be one of my favorites. I was unable to get this item from LEGO directly and I was very disappointed. I was looking for something else on Amazon and decided to look for the Mobile Crane on a whim. There it was and the price was not much above the original LEGO price <$20.00. Perfect. I has great engineering - the gear work is a marvel. I also enjoy the second item - the Reach Stacker - a lot of fun to build. Would buy again, and recommend for Lego lovers. Are they over-priced.... well, maybe. Legos are not cheap, and they have escalated the pricing a bit as the popularity increases... so some are not happy about that. Me? If I did not want to pay the price, then I would not buy them. One thing for sure, resale is good - that says a lot!! LEGO City Great Vehicles Pizza Van 60150 Construction Toy Product Features Pizza van features opening sides and a kitchen area for the chef to serve pizza, scooter features space behind the seat for a pizza box, and a a buildable table with parasol Accessory elements include a pizza box, full pizza, pizza slice and French fries Includes two minifigures: a pizza van chef and a customer Pizza van measures over 3” (8cm) high, 5” (14cm) long and 1” (5cm) wide Scooter measures over 1” (3cm) high, 1” (5cm) long and under 1” (2cm) wide, table with parasol measures over 2” (6cm) high, 1” (4cm) wide and 1” (4cm) deep This real life scenario building toy offers an age-appropriate build and play experience for ages 5-12 Product Description Make and serve some pizza for your customers with the LEGO... Less Perhaps a little more basic on the exterior, the Grand Emporium (set # 10211) lacks nothing on the interior. Fashioned after Harrod's in London, the Grand Emporium features a clothing shop on the first floor, connected by escalator to a home goods shop on the second floor, connected by escalator to a toy shop on the third floor. There is a large atrium rising through all three floors with a large crystal chandelier at the top and the front door features a turnstile entrance along with displays for window shopping. There are even dressing rooms on the first floor and the billboard on the roof is an iconic touch! Discover awesome detail and design with this amazing 2-in-1 LEGO® Technic Rally Car model, featuring sporty blue, white, red and black bodywork with racing stickers, large rear spoiler, 4 spot lamps and 6-spoke red rims with low-profile tires. This advanced building set also features a detailed cockpit with racing seats and roll cage, 2-fan engine cooling system, opening hood and rear hatch, and a V6 engine with moving pistons. Rebuild the Rally Car to create a Buggy for a double build and play experience. I think a hospital or school might be too large. Instead of a hospital I could imagine a health clinic (pharmacy, dentist, general practitioner) . Instead of a school I could picture a childcare centre (play equipment, nursery, kid's art projects). @Si_Dorking_Surrey_UK: If you don't use the dark blue and white hose (they have black at pick a brick), then you can easily construct that set for about $150 or less. I'm not good with matching colors, but some other complimentary color schemes must be out there.... (i.e. green and dark green; sand and brown; pink and brick red). It would be pretty neat to see several different colored Market Street in a block. These sets are NOT overpriced. Most of these sets are constructed of rare bricks and colors. They provide a very fun building experience that is rivaled by few sets. These sets are not hollow, but are complete with interiors and with the sets being completely furnished. The very reason people are scrambling to collect the sets after they have been retired is because they didn't do so while they were in production, for any multitude of reasons. As an example, some of the Star Wars UCS sets -- 10143 Death Star, for example -- were discounted by LEGO for many months before they was discontinued. If the stock was really flying off the shelves, that wouldn't have been the case. Blast back to 1962 and cruise into psychedelic style!This authentic camper van is a replica of the classic Volkswagen Camper Van from 1962. Every iconic feature is here! On the outside, the terrific detailing includes 'V' shape three-way color split at the front, rounded roof and window frames, opening 'splittie'... Selling a brand new Lego 75201. A rather weird scene to me but then if you are looking to MOD it to the full AT-ST then its an awesome piece to have! (Price is WITHOUT MINIFIGURES) The set is still brand new and sealed in box, upon confirmation of purchase, I will remove the minifigures and access FOR SALE IS ONE  2016  LEGO   ~   THE BATMAN MOVIE  ** BARBARA GORDON  # 6 LOOSE ( WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU WILL GET  )  ** # 71017  , SEE PICTURE  . FROM A NON SMOKING HOME .  FREE S&H USA MAILED IN A BUBBLE ENVELOPE .  INTER NATIONAL WOULD $12.50 MAILED IN A BUBBLE ENVELOPE  .  WE   ACCEPT PAYMENTS BY  PAYPAL .  WE DO COMBINE S&H .      CHECK OUT OUR  EBAY STORE - LAST OUTPOST - FOR MEGA BLOKS ITEMS &  LEGO ITEMS .      VIEW OUR FEEDBACK AND BID WITH CONFIDENCE. QUESTIONS PLEASE EMAIL US . THANKS FOR LOOKING AND GOOD LUCK . Powered by eBay Turbo Lister Parisian Restaurant (set number 10243) is the ninth set in the Modular Building line and was released in January 2014 at a MSRP of US$159/149€. This set contains 2469 pieces and has a fully stocked, blue and white tiled kitchen with tableware serving two interior tables, two street-side tables (on a patio tiled in a subtle design with the word "CHEZ"), and two upper terrace tables. On the first upper floor (terrace level) is as an apartment with pull-down Murphy bed, kitchenette and fireplace. On the top floor is the artist’s studio that includes a cast iron heater, easel, paintbrush and two works of Mondrian-style Modernist art. Outside the upper floor stairs lead down to the roof terrace for diners lined with hanging lanterns and flowers. This set also includes hard-to-find white croissants and brick elements in olive green, dark blue and dark red. Advanced exterior details include façade with croissant detailing, sidewalk, bench, scooter and even a dumpster and trash can at the back. Make history with the LEGO® NASA Apollo Saturn V, the first rocket to put people on the Moon! Build the 3 stages of this stunning meter-high rocket and display it on the stand or launch into orbit. Offload the S-IC and S-II sections, dock the lunar lander with… I honestly don't think it's an issue for you to start collecting modulars now. Personally, the best set they've released is the newest one, which is the Parisian Restaurant. It has the intricate detailing and the most interior decoration. I think LEGO will not want to give up producing modulars as they appeal to AFOLS, TFOLS, and kids. It seems they will keep introducing a new one every January for some time to come. The modulars are big and take up a lot of space (and collect dust once they been sitting out for a while). Hence, I have been picking up the ones that really grab me, as I figure if i buy every one that comes along, I will be out of space pretty darn quick (aka- I will have a crisis when I need room for Wayne Manor, the X-Mansion, a hospital, museum, and library!). When I got back into LEGO, the Fire Brigade was still available at S@H, but I passed on it and the other modulars until the Palace Cinema was released. The PC sucked me into the modular line. Not being a completist and not liking clutter, I have been very selective about which modulars I pick up. Right now I have the PC, PR, and Pet Shop. I say, just pick up the modulars that you absolutely love as they're released (and to hell with second market prices on retired sets). If you really want the GE or TH, buy sooner rather than later as prices will continue to go up as time goes on. If you can live without the TH, just wait and I think another big modular that will tie your LEGO city together will appear somewhere down the line. In my opinion, it's not worth giving up the modular building experience just because certain ones have already retired. Maybe I am just talking out my a@@, but that's my long-winded 2 cents. 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