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    Id buy one

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    Quote Originally Posted by YYZPICS
    Id buy one
    so would I
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    Thats awesome....I'll take 2!! lol
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    As for the grey legos, I believe that at least once upon a time, you could buy legos specific by shape and color...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dneedham
    As for the grey legos, I believe that at least once upon a time, you could buy legos specific by shape and color...
    Thats true, I heard that long time ago too. Dont really recally when exactly but you're right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dneedham
    As for the grey legos, I believe that at least once upon a time, you could buy legos specific by shape and color...
    That explains how he made it then, if you could custom make legos.

    Still, must have cost a fortune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crunk415balla
    That explains how he made it then, if you could custom make legos.

    Still, must have cost a fortune.
    That'll be a tonne of grey logos there for you.

    And all the glue to go with the building part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxPower
    And all the glue to go with the building part.
    Yikes! Well I suppose you don't HAVE to glue them...but then again, that's when stuff like this happens.
    http://postarchives.entensity.net/01...media=oops.wmv
    After spending that much work on something, I doubt anyone would take the chance.

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    Yeah thats why. I have encountered many incidents like that video after fighting with my brothers on who gets his turn now "play" with the legos. (Let med note that I was only 11 at that time) and we got ito alot of fights where we ends up crying and b1tching and blaming the other person on who wrecked the freaking models and so on. Hahaha. Nice fouund though !
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    I know that when you go to a store, there is a wall filled with different types of LEGOs such as windows, doors, wheels etc. and different collors blocks.

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    ^^Where do you have stores like that?? Only thing I see is just all the regular models, but never regular parts.

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    Those are awesome I miss the good ol' days of playing with Legos
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAL767-400ER
    ^^Where do you have stores like that?? Only thing I see is just all the regular models, but never regular parts.
    The one that I know that sells these parts for sure is this biga$4 toy store on Times Square in NY. Just go to LEGo section. They have skyscrapers and even the Statue Of Liberty made of LEGO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pkonowrocki
    The one that I know that sells these parts for sure is this biga$4 toy store on Times Square in NY. Just go to LEGo section. They have skyscrapers and even the Statue Of Liberty made of LEGO.
    Oh, Times Square, and I thought it was somewhere far away from here . Guess I'll have to be on the lookout for such a store in Germany somwhere, then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crunk415balla
    Yikes! Well I suppose you don't HAVE to glue them...but then again, that's when stuff like this happens.
    http://postarchives.entensity.net/01...media=oops.wmv
    After spending that much work on something, I doubt anyone would take the chance.
    oh snap thats gotta suck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAL767-400ER
    Oh, Times Square, and I thought it was somewhere far away from here . Guess I'll have to be on the lookout for such a store in Germany somwhere, then.
    Well you can contact the lego factory, wouldnt that be better, if you can get a special grey ones? Haha
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    You could always spend a quarter million dollars or so to buy an injection molding machine. Then you can make them yourself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by avro_arrow_25206
    You could always spend a quarter million dollars or so to buy an injection molding machine. Then you can make them yourself!
    And reselling those you dont/cant use to the stores. Bwahaha
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    That's a huge Lego Aircraft Carrier. I dont know about you guys but $ 2500 for THAT ? You gotta be kidding. If the money went for charity yeah , I would go on and buy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    oh snap thats gotta suck.
    He probably murdered the reporter when the camera cut off.

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