Przemos19

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  1. Best option to remove many lego from this mess is to find stickered or printed parts. Check printed with rebrickable and stickered with bricklink - that way you might find many sets, it's just like sudoku (make assumptions!). Similar method is look for other specific parts which were in only a few sets. The problem is - you must have experience to find them easily :)


  2. Unfortunately in Poland there were virtually no LEGO except in PEWEX shops (you had to buy with US dollars, while average pay was around 20$ on black market course - US dollars were available only on black market). That's why most of today AFOL's had to start their collection of lego for themselves at around 1990 when iron curtain fell and LEGO was in normal distrubution. :)


  3. Actually Star Destroyer is not trademarked :) This is the same problem like with Citadel Miniatures "Space Marines" and "Imperial Guard" - they changed names in order to trademark these new names because it wasn't possible to trademark as vague and general names like "Imperial Guard" and "Space Marines".


  4. Set list with dark grey 3847 is flawed. This part was introduced around 1993 according to peeron and my own research:

    http://peeron.com/inv/parts/3847 and should be changed in every set up to 1992 including. 

    New sword 3847 is an absurd in sets from 80's, unless it was US-only occurence (like non-shooting pirate guns). 

    For example set https://rebrickable.com/sets/6009-1/black-knight/ definitely has older ABS sword. It's also evident when looking at boxart (picture should be magnified): ca10a4484f80a1aafb62eef1e998


  5. I've just returned from my holiday and found out that Chrome displays rebrickable main page incorrectly - top menu is white, lists under Rebrickable  MOCS, SETS, PARTS, OTHER, MY LEGO,  ME don't show up, I cannot access them. Is it possible that rebrickable thinks my PC is a mobile?


  6. I have 7715 bought in Poland in Pewex (shop with imported goods, in this case imported from West Germany, prices i in dollars not polish currency) with very old catalog, probably early run and it has regular 3660. I've bought more than ten packs of old lego and saw this part for the first time last month. I must add that in 80's there was no regular distrubiuton of lego in Poland (or other eastern european country),  only abovementioned Pewex.  It's also popular in Poland to go to german flea market and buy lego by kg. That's why all packs I bought which include parts of sets from 80's are originaly made for german market.  

     


  7. Hello

    I've just stumbled upon strange part 3660b: https://rebrickable.com/parts/3660b/slope-inverted-45-2-x-2-ovoid-bottom-pin-small-stud-holes/

    Rebrickable has only one entry with this part, other sites doesn;t even record it's different part version. Please, check your inventories (most probably sets from 80') and add information in which sets this part is present - but only if you are absolutely sure this part is originally present in specific set (i.e. you bought MISB and next built it). 

    I