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Offline John

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I use here and brickset -wake-up call, that I keep snoozing, I've got a lot of toys not for playing with! I'm intrigued by rebrickable to inventory what you've got. I guess as I don't smash up the sets only modify slightly it doesn't matter what I've got

Offline Tom a.k.a. eastawat

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I smash up (almost) everything and still don't bother with that feature of rebrickable!

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You sound like my nephew-7 ! There's a lot of lego related stuff where no actual lego might be needed -virtual bricks ,now that would be welcome here

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I keep all my sets as sets ... in zip lock bags or built in the attic and my MOC LEGO completely separate. Now where’s my Kragle gone 😉

Great list Tom. Thnaks

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I'm working towards full sorting so sets I want to rebuild wouldn't be too hard to find the parts for, but as far as MOCs are concerned the whole collection is fair game!

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Bricklink fishing but carrot of WIN a set hooked me ,not a user by any means so I'm not hopeful of a win ....but I'm hoping like the surveys I fill out for the lego sets

 

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