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 Author: makemyday View Messages Posted By makemyday
 Posted: Jun 18, 2021 13:11
 Subject: Re: Can someone help me with the colors?
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In LEGO, tonnic writes:
  In LEGO, makemyday writes:
  Hello,
The color top left is little brighter than top right. Are they still all trans-orange?

The color bottom right is little blank, not that clear. Are they still all trans-neon-orange?

Thanks, Vera

Hello Vera,

To answer both your questions: yes, all upper are trans orange and the lower
are trans neon orange.
There are variations in these (and other) colors.

I hope I made your day!

Ton.

You did, thx.
 Author: tonnic View Messages Posted By tonnic
 Posted: Jun 18, 2021 12:16
 Subject: Re: Can someone help me with the colors?
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In LEGO, makemyday writes:
  Hello,
The color top left is little brighter than top right. Are they still all trans-orange?

The color bottom right is little blank, not that clear. Are they still all trans-neon-orange?

Thanks, Vera

Hello Vera,

To answer both your questions: yes, all upper are trans orange and the lower
are trans neon orange.
There are variations in these (and other) colors.

I hope I made your day!

Ton.
 Author: makemyday View Messages Posted By makemyday
 Posted: Jun 18, 2021 12:08
 Subject: Can someone help me with the colors?
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Hello,
The color top left is little brighter than top right. Are they still all trans-orange?

The color bottom right is little blank, not that clear. Are they still all trans-neon-orange?

Thanks, Vera
 
 Author: kidcastle1215 View Messages Posted By kidcastle1215
 Posted: Jun 17, 2021 21:40
 Subject: Re: 75288 AT-AT (bag numbers)
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Cool, thanks. I hadn’t opened the bags yet, so I wanted to know if that was fairly
normal. Can’t wait to start putting together

In New Sets, BrickCollection writes:
  In New Sets, kidcastle1215 writes:
  So I took a chance and bought a 75288 AT-AT walker with a damaged/open box. When
I got it, there were nine sealed bags of parts: 7 bags numbered 1-7, and TWO
bags #8.

I assumed a wrong bag had been subbed in, but looking at it more closely, one
of the bag #8s has General Veers parts in it, and the other bag #8 has 2741 -
the DBG large steering wheels that make the AT-AT's "neck." Looking at the
instructions, both Veers are the steering wheel/neck assembly are included in
bag #8.

MY QUESTION IS: Have you ever seen this before where one bag (in the instructions)
was split into two bags with the same number in the box?

It is pretty common to see double bags with the same number on them and I think
you're supposed to combine them when building (or at least that's what
I've been doing for years).

Regards,
BrickCollection
 Author: BrickCollection View Messages Posted By BrickCollection
 Posted: Jun 17, 2021 21:14
 Subject: Re: 75288 AT-AT (bag numbers)
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In New Sets, kidcastle1215 writes:
  So I took a chance and bought a 75288 AT-AT walker with a damaged/open box. When
I got it, there were nine sealed bags of parts: 7 bags numbered 1-7, and TWO
bags #8.

I assumed a wrong bag had been subbed in, but looking at it more closely, one
of the bag #8s has General Veers parts in it, and the other bag #8 has 2741 -
the DBG large steering wheels that make the AT-AT's "neck." Looking at the
instructions, both Veers are the steering wheel/neck assembly are included in
bag #8.

MY QUESTION IS: Have you ever seen this before where one bag (in the instructions)
was split into two bags with the same number in the box?

It is pretty common to see double bags with the same number on them and I think
you're supposed to combine them when building (or at least that's what
I've been doing for years).

Regards,
BrickCollection
 Author: wildchicken13 View Messages Posted By wildchicken13
 Posted: Jun 17, 2021 21:07
 Subject: Re: 75288 AT-AT (bag numbers)
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In New Sets, kidcastle1215 writes:
  So I took a chance and bought a 75288 AT-AT walker with a damaged/open box. When
I got it, there were nine sealed bags of parts: 7 bags numbered 1-7, and TWO
bags #8.

I assumed a wrong bag had been subbed in, but looking at it more closely, one
of the bag #8s has General Veers parts in it, and the other bag #8 has 2741 -
the DBG large steering wheels that make the AT-AT's "neck." Looking at the
instructions, both Veers are the steering wheel/neck assembly are included in
bag #8.

MY QUESTION IS: Have you ever seen this before where one bag (in the instructions)
was split into two bags with the same number in the box?

Yes, I am pretty sure that I have seen this before, especially in larger sets.
 Author: kidcastle1215 View Messages Posted By kidcastle1215
 Posted: Jun 17, 2021 21:02
 Subject: 75288 AT-AT (bag numbers)
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So I took a chance and bought a 75288 AT-AT walker with a damaged/open box. When
I got it, there were nine sealed bags of parts: 7 bags numbered 1-7, and TWO
bags #8.

I assumed a wrong bag had been subbed in, but looking at it more closely, one
of the bag #8s has General Veers parts in it, and the other bag #8 has 2741 -
the DBG large steering wheels that make the AT-AT's "neck." Looking at the
instructions, both Veers are the steering wheel/neck assembly are included in
bag #8.

MY QUESTION IS: Have you ever seen this before where one bag (in the instructions)
was split into two bags with the same number in the box?
 Author: D4L3 View Messages Posted By D4L3
 Posted: Jun 17, 2021 00:23
 Subject: 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Instructions
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Does anyone know if this model by 'Bsavignac' ever came out with instructions?
Looks like it was built for a contest a couple years ago and they said they'd
release instructions after perfecting it some more.

https://ideas.lego.com/challenges/745d3cac-f465-480a-b94d-7b34cd1f2f4b/application/31277d8f-a330-4238-bbd1-b4f5d46cec33

I know this one by 'firas_legocars' exists as a rebuild of the 10265
set. It's a pretty solid representation, but I like some of the detail of
'Bsavignac' a little more.

https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-32898/firas_legocars/10265-mustang-shelby-gt500-b-model/#details
 Author: cycbuild View Messages Posted By cycbuild
 Posted: Jun 16, 2021 18:26
 Subject: Re: Wolfpack Clone Trooper
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In LEGO, BrickCollection writes:
  In LEGO, cycbuild writes:
  In LEGO, BrickCollection writes:
  So I was rebuilding a 2014 AT-AP (75043) and using some instructions from a previous
AT-AP when I discovered that in the back of the instructions the Wolfpack clone
trooper looks more like the 212th clones in 75036 than the real-life Wolfpack
clone (sw0537) in 75045 which looks like the 501st clone in 75002. Is there a
version like this anywhere or was this a mistake?

Thanks,
BrickCollection.

FTFY buddy

Thanks, my camera is like 15 years old and the lighting in my house is weird.

No worries, I borrowed mine from Google and electronically scrubbed away the
cheeklines.

Can't tell you for sure, but I've never seen an alternate phase II wolfpack
trooper, just the artwork. -cycbuild
 Author: BrickCollection View Messages Posted By BrickCollection
 Posted: Jun 16, 2021 17:38
 Subject: Re: Wolfpack Clone Trooper
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In LEGO, cycbuild writes:
  In LEGO, BrickCollection writes:
  So I was rebuilding a 2014 AT-AP (75043) and using some instructions from a previous
AT-AP when I discovered that in the back of the instructions the Wolfpack clone
trooper looks more like the 212th clones in 75036 than the real-life Wolfpack
clone (sw0537) in 75045 which looks like the 501st clone in 75002. Is there a
version like this anywhere or was this a mistake?

Thanks,
BrickCollection.

FTFY buddy

Thanks, my camera is like 15 years old and the lighting in my house is weird.
 Author: BrickCollection View Messages Posted By BrickCollection
 Posted: Jun 16, 2021 17:35
 Subject: Re: Wolfpack Clone Trooper
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In LEGO, axaday writes:
  In LEGO, BrickCollection writes:
  So I was rebuilding a 2014 AT-AP (75043) and using some instructions from a previous
AT-AP when I discovered that in the back of the instructions the Wolfpack clone
trooper looks more like the 212th clones in 75036 than the real-life Wolfpack
clone (sw0537) in 75045 which looks like the 501st clone in 75002. Is there a
version like this anywhere or was this a mistake?

Thanks,
BrickCollection.

The 75045 under the minifig is the set that the minifig comes in and the minifig
is
 
Minifig No: sw0537  Name: Wolfpack Clone Trooper (Dark Bluish Gray Arms)
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sw0537 (Inv) Wolfpack Clone Trooper (Dark Bluish Gray Arms)
Minifigures: Star Wars: Star Wars The Clone Wars

Yes, I know what set sw0537 comes in but what I was asking was, is there a different
version made in real life other than the one pictured on the BL catalog entry?
Maybe one that looks more like the 212th clones in 75036 with the cheek lines
on the side of the helmet.
 Author: cycbuild View Messages Posted By cycbuild
 Posted: Jun 16, 2021 16:13
 Subject: Re: Wolfpack Clone Trooper
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In LEGO, axaday writes:
  In LEGO, BrickCollection writes:
  So I was rebuilding a 2014 AT-AP (75043) and using some instructions from a previous
AT-AP when I discovered that in the back of the instructions the Wolfpack clone
trooper looks more like the 212th clones in 75036 than the real-life Wolfpack
clone (sw0537) in 75045 which looks like the 501st clone in 75002. Is there a
version like this anywhere or was this a mistake?

Thanks,
BrickCollection.

The 75045 under the minifig is the set that the minifig comes in and the minifig
is
 
Minifig No: sw0537  Name: Wolfpack Clone Trooper (Dark Bluish Gray Arms)
* 
sw0537 (Inv) Wolfpack Clone Trooper (Dark Bluish Gray Arms)
Minifigures: Star Wars: Star Wars The Clone Wars

BrickCollection is pointing out that the old booklets show sw0537 with cheek-lines
like the 212th clones, and is asking to confirm whether it's real or a graphical
error.
 Author: axaday View Messages Posted By axaday
 Posted: Jun 16, 2021 16:07
 Subject: Re: Wolfpack Clone Trooper
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In LEGO, BrickCollection writes:
  So I was rebuilding a 2014 AT-AP (75043) and using some instructions from a previous
AT-AP when I discovered that in the back of the instructions the Wolfpack clone
trooper looks more like the 212th clones in 75036 than the real-life Wolfpack
clone (sw0537) in 75045 which looks like the 501st clone in 75002. Is there a
version like this anywhere or was this a mistake?

Thanks,
BrickCollection.

The 75045 under the minifig is the set that the minifig comes in and the minifig
is
 
Minifig No: sw0537  Name: Wolfpack Clone Trooper (Dark Bluish Gray Arms)
* 
sw0537 (Inv) Wolfpack Clone Trooper (Dark Bluish Gray Arms)
Minifigures: Star Wars: Star Wars The Clone Wars
 Author: cycbuild View Messages Posted By cycbuild
 Posted: Jun 16, 2021 15:37
 Subject: Re: Wolfpack Clone Trooper
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In LEGO, BrickCollection writes:
  So I was rebuilding a 2014 AT-AP (75043) and using some instructions from a previous
AT-AP when I discovered that in the back of the instructions the Wolfpack clone
trooper looks more like the 212th clones in 75036 than the real-life Wolfpack
clone (sw0537) in 75045 which looks like the 501st clone in 75002. Is there a
version like this anywhere or was this a mistake?

Thanks,
BrickCollection.

FTFY buddy
 
 Author: wildchicken13 View Messages Posted By wildchicken13
 Posted: Jun 16, 2021 13:52
 Subject: Re: Slave I (Episode II) - First Ever MOC
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Awesome!

In My Own Creation, jbo210 writes:
  Hi everyone!

This is my first ever MOC that I wanted to showcase!

I have always loved the mini Slave I build from the Betrayal at Cloud City #75222
set. I am also big fan of Jango Fett and the Star Wars Episode II Slave I.

I thought I'd breakout into the MOC realm starting easy with just changing
the color scheme and a few part changes, but still following the main build created
by Lego. I mostly followed the 75222 instructions for the MOC.

Let me know what you think and if you have any recommendations! I know the colors
may not be 100% movie accurate and I plan to add on/change out parts to make
it as movie accurate as possible.

*I did get inspiration from DarthBH's build. https://www.bricklink.com/v3/studio/design.page?idModel=90995

Thank you for your time and take care!
 Author: jbo210 View Messages Posted By jbo210
 Posted: Jun 16, 2021 13:22
 Subject: Slave I (Episode II) - First Ever MOC
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Hi everyone!

This is my first ever MOC that I wanted to showcase!

I have always loved the mini Slave I build from the Betrayal at Cloud City #75222
set. I am also big fan of Jango Fett and the Star Wars Episode II Slave I.

I thought I'd breakout into the MOC realm starting easy with just changing
the color scheme and a few part changes, but still following the main build created
by Lego. I mostly followed the 75222 instructions for the MOC.

Let me know what you think and if you have any recommendations! I know the colors
may not be 100% movie accurate and I plan to add on/change out parts to make
it as movie accurate as possible.

*I did get inspiration from DarthBH's build. https://www.bricklink.com/v3/studio/design.page?idModel=90995

Thank you for your time and take care!
 
 Author: thee0581 View Messages Posted By thee0581
 Posted: Jun 16, 2021 10:54
 Subject: Re: Different versions for set 6098
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In LEGO, Turez writes:
  In LEGO, thee0581 writes:
  In LEGO, Turez writes:
  In LEGO, thee0581 writes:
  They both seem the same to me. For better understanding, I will include some
pictures. Also, how the box is organized inside seems slightly different. First
3 pictures are from the 7-12 set, the other ones from 8-12.

The different interior is because the set was released in 2000 and produced through
2003 (at least). In 2000 they still used those transparent part trays (inlays)
to present some interesting parts. Sets from later production runs did not have
that tray anymore and the parts from the tray just came in an additional bag.

Of course this does not explain why they changed the age recommendation. Maybe
it was just a marketing decision to make the set more interesting for younger
children (or their parents).

Ok, thank you, that explains at least part of it. So in terms of (collection)
value both sets would be the same?

I would say the set with the parts tray might be a bit more valuable for some
collectors, but certainly not that much (5-10€ maybe).

Ok, thx everybody!
 Author: wildchicken13 View Messages Posted By wildchicken13
 Posted: Jun 15, 2021 22:26
 Subject: Re: are these the same pieces
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In LEGO, Yehudahl writes:
  wrong number I meant 4173332

Part color code 4173332 refers to

 
Part No: 3666  Name: Plate 1 x 6
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3666 Plate 1 x 6
Parts: Plate {Orange}

in orange.
 Author: Yehudahl View Messages Posted By Yehudahl
 Posted: Jun 15, 2021 22:23
 Subject: Re: are these the same pieces
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wrong number I meant 4173332
 Author: wildchicken13 View Messages Posted By wildchicken13
 Posted: Jun 15, 2021 22:21
 Subject: Re: are these the same pieces
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In LEGO, Yehudahl writes:
  are these pieces the same or different
6020074
41733332
these are the numbers

Part color code 6020074 refers to

 
Part No: 3666  Name: Plate 1 x 6
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3666 Plate 1 x 6
Parts: Plate {Bright Light Orange}

in bright light orange. I'm not sure what 41733332 refers to. Searching the
BrickLink catalog turns up nothing.

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