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Jun
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comment Is there a modern equivalent for windscreen piece 6152?
No shame in using older/retired LEGO elements. There are many great parts that have been retired, but they can still add nice details and make your creation even more unique. :)
May
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revised Is there a modern equivalent for windscreen piece 6152?
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May
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answered Is there a modern equivalent for windscreen piece 6152?
May
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comment How many flexible tracks does it take to make a complete oval?
Wow, that second technique is really interesting that I have never seen before. Thanks for sharing!
May
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May
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answered How many flexible tracks does it take to make a complete oval?
Apr
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Mar
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answered Remove decals from LEGO Friends mini-dolls
Mar
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answered Why doesn't lego make many 2x2x4 Pieces?
Feb
15
answered Alternative flowers
Feb
4
comment Quality issues with tan-colored Lego pieces?
Awesome! Yes, LEGO's customer service is excellent. :)
Feb
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answered Difference between “Pick a brick” and “Bricks and pieces”
Feb
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answered Help Identifying a LEGO Set from bag 7
Jan
31
comment What are the tiny, single-peg, statuette figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
My guess is that since LEGO retired the board-games they decided to recycle the name. They do this regularly with retired elements and colors, so it wouldn't be a first.
Jan
30
comment What are the tiny, single-peg, statuette figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
LEGO fans call them nanofigs, whereas LEGO refers to them as micro-figs. They are about 3/4th of the height of microfigs, and very-very tiny.
Jan
22
answered Some LEGO elements not attaching as usual
Jan
22
answered Quality issues with tan-colored Lego pieces?
Jan
20
comment Does someone know where i can find this lego brick?
I guess that could work, although as a collector myself, I would never part from a brick like that. It is ultra-rare! :)
Jan
20
comment Does someone know where i can find this lego brick?
I have thought of that, but the OP's photo definitely looks more neon color than yellow. Especially at the edges. It could be just picture quality though. Trans-yellow is definitely easier to find. You linked to the one with frosted interior, and there is also the regular one listed here: bricklink.com/catalogPG.asp?P=3001&colorID=19
Jan
20
answered Does someone know where i can find this lego brick?