Not 100,000. 1,000 is 10x100. Then 1,000x100 is 100,000. I say you have maybe 1,000-10,000 range. Size matters not, a little green friend would say.
I like it
Dave and John Xandegar
August 4, 2010
Brick's gonna get a lot of smileys on this one because he's opened up the "Let's flex our collection size muscles"!!! Nicely organized, Sir...and PLEASE don't bother counting them on account of these Fellas. Comparing supplies...does anyone really want Dave & Johnny to go there?? LOL!!
I probably have a little more than that, the only problem is that most of it's sitting, unsorted, in bins in the corner of my basement. :P So for even having the patience to sort that much, sir, I hold in my highest regards!
While you do have a very impressive collection, like Bones said, it's not at the 100,000 mark just yet. My collection right now is somewhere in the range of 85,000 (just for comparison). 70,000 in set parts and about 15 or so in PAB purchases. Your collection looks somewhere in the 10 to 20,000 range to me. Still very impressive non-the-less. Now let's see how you use it! That's the REAL test. ~ Chris.
I love your work space I think your in the 43 or 44,000 range I just found out that I have around 42,000 parts 38,000 set parts and 4,000 random parts.one day I will finally have a lego room.keep the mocs coming.~Ford
My friend, I have 75,000 pieces and I have a lot more than you are showing. I fear your collection is not as massive as you think. Heath has that same problem in other areas of his life. At any rate, the size is not what is important, it is how you use it.....just ask Leda.
That is totally not 100,000. I'm suprised I believed you before. It looks like you don't even have more than I do. And I know for a fact that my collection is 11,000 (for I use the might brickset). So get a brickset account and learn the truth, buddy.