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kez

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Doh are they one supplier from UK? are parts new/used?
5 UK sellers, 2 European. 95% new parts, with the remainder used (like new/good). I could probably have found a lot of parts in my Lego stash, but generally can't be bothered with the sorting :)

Came to £67 including delivery, which I didn't think was too bad. Far cheaper than when I sourced the parts for the Arvo Brothers Alien a few years ago!
 

jouster

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5 UK sellers, 2 European. 95% new parts, with the remainder used (like new/good). I could probably have found a lot of parts in my Lego stash, but generally can't be bothered with the sorting :)

Came to £67 including delivery, which I didn't think was too bad. Far cheaper than when I sourced the parts for the Arvo Brothers Alien a few years ago!
That’s a good price indeed. How much were the instructions. Just need to see a parts list really to see whether I’ve got a load of them already
 

kez

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That’s a good price indeed. How much were the instructions. Just need to see a parts list really to see whether I’ve got a load of them already
Instructions are free from the rebrickable link above, and there’s also a parts list. You can generate Brickowl and BrickLink parts lists, through the API, which is what I used to place my orders.
 

jouster

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Instructions are free from the rebrickable link above, and there’s also a parts list. You can generate Brickowl and BrickLink parts lists, through the API, which is what I used to place my orders.
nice one i saw it posted on a Facebook group a while back and thought it was cool then....I had 70% of the Alien parts before I had to hit up Bricklinking...so hoping to be lucky again
 

lee1980

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5 UK sellers, 2 European. 95% new parts, with the remainder used (like new/good). I could probably have found a lot of parts in my Lego stash, but generally can't be bothered with the sorting :)

Came to £67 including delivery, which I didn't think was too bad. Far cheaper than when I sourced the parts for the Arvo Brothers Alien a few years ago!
I see yeah its like bricklink, Mine comes to £60.50 so far, not sure how many used but many said good condition we will see! Might try brick owl next time to.
Just hope it has worked and have ordered all the parts, it says so but doesn't give part total I can see!
I used export to bricklink xml and copy and pasted it didnt see API thing.
 
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johnny70

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If you go to your wanted list, click "apply order" then you can add what you bought (however many orders that may be) to be "ticked off" your wanted list.
 

DarkEntity

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DJT75

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Just found this Lego set #50 from 1976 in a charity shop for £30. Got quite excited thinking it might be worth loads more, but doesn’t seem to be. Nice seeing such an old set in such great condition though, the lady said inside it looks like it’s barely been touched.
 

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Spiderpig

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Just found this Lego set #50 from 1976 in a charity shop for £30. Got quite excited thinking it might be worth loads more, but doesn’t seem to be. Nice seeing such an old set in such great condition though, the lady said inside it looks like it’s barely been touched.
Nice. Worth keeping, I'd say. I still have my 8080 race car in the loft; might be worth something some day.
 

DJT75

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I didn’t buy it. Came home to check it out online first as I didn’t realise the “50” on the box was significant. Just thought it didn’t have a set number
 

richp007

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Problem with the AT-AT was I found it quite a boring build, as naturally with the 4 legs it was repetitive. And the middle was just a glorified block.

Not sure how they could even make a bigger one more exciting.

I do love the AT-AT, but think I'd still give a UCS build a miss.
 

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