UOldPirate wrote:I'd have to agree with Dane, I'm not a big used Lego fan either. For me, I don't know if it's the cooties factor or what, but if the set doesn't come sealed in a box, I don't want it.
thepatient wrote:If you have that feeling nagging at you here is a solution. Just take your loot and donate it to the following place:
The guilty LEGO fund
Urasinner Dane Lane
Victorville, California 92666
I think it would all make us feel better; don't you?
dane wrote: But something just wasn't there. Every set I've every owned I bought brand new, and there was just something unsatisfying about having these amazingly awesome and rare sets, only used. Almost like I didn't earn them rightfully or something. Does anyone know kind of what I'm feeling?
dane wrote: I'm probably just a wack job, but anyways, I think I'm just going to take them all apart and rebuild them, display them one at a time for a few weeks and then sell them and try and make my $400 back. I've never sold a used LEGO set before, so would it be better to sell the minifigs individually, or sell them as complete as I can make them? Just wanted some input from someone with a little more experience.
UOldPirate wrote:I once saw a kid playing at the outdoor Lego tables at Downtown Disney, FL gnawing the pieces apart with his teeth. I'm not sure if this is common or if that kid just had an ABS deficiency in his diet. Either way, not pretty.
UOldPirate wrote:BTW, has anyone ever purchased used Lego and found teeth marks in the bricks? I once saw a kid playing at the outdoor Lego tables at Downtown Disney, FL gnawing the pieces apart with his teeth. I'm not sure if this is common or if that kid just had an ABS deficiency in his diet. Either way, not pretty.
UOldPirate wrote:I had a feeling that Disney kid wasn't the only one who used his teeth as a brick separator. Nasty!
Users browsing this forum: Mister Ed and 11 guests