The Phantom Menace wrote:Hopefully with rumours of a replacement to Design-by-Me this may be possible.
The Phantom Menace wrote:but 2x1 bricks in particular colours). Desert colours like Sand or Brick are particularly rare.
The Phantom Menace wrote:Is it too good to be true?
Draykov wrote:You want pieces? Bricklink is an essential resource, particularly for older parts no longer in the current production line, so register as a member and make yourself happy. The key to having a good experience on Bricklink is to find sellers you trust who consistently offer quality parts and fair prices. When you find them, be sure to leave them positive feedback after each successful transaction and be sure to add them to your favorites list so you can find them again. LEGO also has a customer service section of their website where you can request replacement of broken or missing parts (generally, for free) but this is an honor system and abusing it is frowned upon. There is also the LEGO Shop@Home Online Pick-a-Brick, but that tends to be a bit more expensive than the same parts in new condition on Bricklink.
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