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BOX ART: 6290 Red beard runner

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Now we look into the art of the Red beard Runner.

The front...

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Back...

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Side 1...

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And Side 2.

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There! The box art of 6290.

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Nice. But here is a tip...get the whole box ;-) .

I wonder if that (lastpicture) pirate go down a string holding that...?

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Nice. But here is a tip...get the whole box ;-) .

I wonder if that (lastpicture) pirate go down a string holding that...?

Check the pic of the back. The model on the far right is the model. *sweet*

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Huh? I'm not quite getting where you got model from...??

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Can any one of you post a complete review of this fantastic model shame we don't have a review of this ship ! :pir-hmpf_bad:

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This is a ship that was released during my dark ages. Thanks for showing the box, I really enjoy the box art there. I've never seen LEGO box art quite like that. And I second the motion to get a review of this ship. It looks like it'd be a pretty fun build, from what I can tell.

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I think they did an okay job on the box art :pir-hmpf_bad:

7 out of 10

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I think they did an okay job on the box art :pir-hmpf_bad:

7 out of 10

Well that's the art on the one of 2001 you should take a look to the art on the box of 1996 :pir-classic: ... too bad and is a shame no one made yet a decent review of this fantastic :pir-hmpf_bad:

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I got one Redbeard Runner and a half-dismantled other one from Ebay. I like the box art on it and I wish I still had the original box. :pir-cry_sad:

I like most of the Lego boxes because they contain lots of action.

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