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Review 6596 Wave Master

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6596 Wave Master

This is my first rewiew of my first set .It was a very great set for me, because it was my first.

Set details

  • Theme town
  • Subtheme boats
  • Year released 1995
  • Pieces 134
  • Minifigs 1
  • RRP US$12

Box:

Because I have this set for 17 years and I havent got box but I saw one on Peeron:

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Instructions:

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Same boxart as box.

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Random page: Showing how to build car.

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Last page: Showing altenate model.

Decals:

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Decals to decorate boat.

Pieces:Black:

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All black pieces.

White:

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White:

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Sorry for light effect.

Transclean bricks:

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Other pieces:

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Interesting pieces:

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Minifig:

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Only one minifig in this set man with classic head and cap , Octan oil torso , blue legs

Acessories:

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Car:

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Great 4wd car. I love smooth lighs on top of car :wub: simply an good detail.

Trailer:

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Trailer nothing interesting

Boat:

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Great speed boat with two engines , but four peaces are mising 2 red clips, and 2 forks on engines :hmpf_bad: .

Whole set:

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With two acessories live vest and helmet.

Alternate model:

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Thanks for watching.

Edited by Rick

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A very nice review Instructions Archiver. The first set is always special. I am 56 and got my first at about 6. Is was a garage with a VW car. I loved it, but lost it over the years. Now i can't even locate witch set it was, pitty. Enjoyed you review and trip down memory lane. :excited::wub:

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Very nice set and the review, thanks for sharing it.

I just love the sets from mid 90's, mostly because that was the time when I've spent all day playing with it, from morning until night...

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Sorry to be a such a Grammar Nazi *puts on armband* but your review has some spelling mistakes. I guess you're not a native English speaker, so don't take this the wrong way, but rather as an opportunity to learn!

"It was very great set for my, becaus it was my first." - It should be: "It was A very great set for ME, BECAUSE it was my first."

Also, pieces not "peaces". A piece is a part, peace is the absence of war.

Anyway, a very good review nonetheless! Thanks for sharing!

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Sorry to be a such a Grammar Nazi *puts on armband* but your review has some spelling mistakes. I guess you're not a native English speaker, so don't take this the wrong way, but rather as an opportunity to learn!

"It was very great set for my, becaus it was my first." - It should be: "It was A very great set for ME, BECAUSE it was my first."

Also, pieces not "peaces". A piece is a part, peace is the absence of war.

Anyway, a very good review nonetheless! Thanks for sharing!

To bad we are not all born in an English speaking country, and if we were, mistakes will be made. I understood the MEANING of what was being said, and that is what communication is all about.

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To bad we are not all born in an English speaking country, and if we were, mistakes will be made. I understood the MEANING of what was being said, and that is what communication is all about.

I know, I myself am not a native English speaker. That post was not meant to berate the OP, but rather so he could better his english! After all, if we don't recognize our mistakes, we will never learn, will we?

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I had always wanted this set, but never bought it. I still like it today as much I did 15 years ago.

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