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 Author: yoavheskia View Messages Posted By yoavheskia
 Posted: Oct 9, 2019 15:13
 Subject: mx1142m
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yoavheskia (243)

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Hi there.
Maybe one of the modulex experts here knows how many colours this brick have?
I have 14 colours and I know that I'm missing at list 4: mx medium blue,
mx violet, mx pink-red & mx light bluish grey.
Is there more colours I'm not aware of?
Thanks in advance,
Yoav
 
 Author: maxx3001 View Messages Posted By maxx3001
 Posted: Oct 9, 2019 16:56
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In Modulex, yoavheskia writes:
  Hi there.
Maybe one of the modulex experts here knows how many colours this brick have?
I have 14 colours and I know that I'm missing at list 4: mx medium blue,
mx violet, mx pink-red & mx light bluish grey.
Is there more colours I'm not aware of?
Thanks in advance,
Yoav

There are two different M logo bricks, the old ones and the newer ones.

There are even a few very rare colors found, like dark red and a bluish green.

See picture for the standard colors, row one are the LEGO logo bricks, the middle
are the old M logo bricks etc.

Transparent M logo may not exist, I am still hoping to find one.

2. white, light gray, black, terracotta, buff, red , orange, lemon, pastel green,
pastel blue, pink

3. Light bluish gray, charcoal, light orange, light yellow, medium blue, aqua
green, pink, violet
 
 Author: Sadler_Bricks View Messages Posted By Sadler_Bricks
 Posted: Oct 10, 2019 03:37
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Nice mix here

I'm doing something similar to create a nice color grid for my store I do
3 high but yes will be harder to get all the colors I have most at the moment

Sadler_Bricks
 Author: yoavheskia View Messages Posted By yoavheskia
 Posted: Oct 10, 2019 05:21
 Subject: Re: mx1142m
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Thank you Maxx
 Author: maxx3001 View Messages Posted By maxx3001
 Posted: Oct 10, 2019 09:23
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In Modulex, yoavheskia writes:
  Thank you Maxx

No problem, I may have some of the colors you are missing, but I have not opened
them up in my store yet

Picture shows LEGO brick 3001old in Modulex colors.
 
 Author: yoavheskia View Messages Posted By yoavheskia
 Posted: Oct 10, 2019 09:48
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Nice picture.
It's amazing what is out there, and how you manage to collect all this bricks.

Yoav