Discussion in 'Water Cooler' started by MrsJrotax101, Jul 12, 2011.
2020 land rover defender design leaked by lego packaging ^
I want the Lunar Lander, Mustang, and corner garage.
Lunar lander - check
I think it is time for a full collection picture!
That's pretty cool...
Most of the collection is back in boxes and put away, at least the cars are.
Big versus little moon lander
That is on my list of things I want to get as well; I just haven't bought it yet.
Your mini (from the Saturn V set) looks like it is missing the lower booster.
Yeah. Had neighbors kids over one day. Missing the booster, one of the astronauts and the flag.
Forza Horizon 4 has been updated yet again, and the latest addition to its ever-growing fleet of cars available being the 1974 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0 from the Lego Speed Champions series.
The latest Forza Horizon game offers a plethora of Lego models to users, and while the Turbo 3.0 isn’t the most expensive Lego model available, it is bound to thrill gamers who appreciate how important the car is in the history of the 911.
As much as I want this:
$700 is a lot for less than 5000 pieces (usually, it is roughly. However, that isn't my real complaint, this looks to be about twice as large as the original 10030 version (which I had to shorten the stand to even fit in my shelving). 1st world problems.
10030 size: 58.8 x 50.5 x 21 cm (pulled from BrickLink)
75353 size: 110 x 66 x 44 cm (43" x 26" x 17")
$700 I like how basically every comment on the youtube video is complaining about the price.
It really is high in comparison to the 'usual' price of LEGO. In general, it is about $0.10 per piece on average (give or take a little). Therefore, a 4800 piece set, one would expect to pay about $500; this one has another $200 markup for some reason.
disney star wars tax
Wasn't that bad for the Millennium Falcon: 7541 pieces @ $800, just a little above average; not a 40% markup.
K that’s freakin cool right there.
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