You will never find a cheaper, or quicker way to build a city
i bought this old collection for $70!
after i removed all the non-lego elements,
this is what s left!
i had to wash them a little...
...ever felt like scrooge mc duck?...lol!
i use soft soaps and a brush!
it s cool when sunny!
then comes the drying part...
i sorted all the collection first, but,
here is the panelising sorting....
unused and specialised parts
2x2 s s
and 1 wides!
once all is panelised, i put them in the pink bucket with the 'trims'!
the other containers you see are;
slopes and inverteds
specialised parts and props like chairs ect
plates 2+ wide
plates 1 wide
here you can see what i had in this collection,
i only added green base plates,
the rest is all old stuff!
my best advice to you...
pass the word you re into recycling, and you re building an ecolo community!
for a world contest, for prototypes and concepts of living better!
for star wars stuff its hard to get it for free,
but, city is just something else,
especially for parents...
let it be known in your familly,
and surroundings, you ll be surprised!!!
...and, good luck in your mission!!!
Quoting David Calvet
ouais, un must! surtout si t as l habitude de te les mettre dans la bouche pendant que tu travailles! lol! il faut pas avoir trop dedain, mais on sait pas toujours l historique des pieces lol! les laver et trier est le vrai prix des element usages! merci david!!!
YAY!!!SECOND HAND SHOPS!!!
My big brother found a load of LEGO in a second hand shop and we bought it once.It had a load of 2001 ninjas and 1990's space LEGO.My aunt also once found nearly all the 2007-2008 police and fire sets and gave them to me =D.