Pabstat

28 years later....

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Hi there.

Since my boy just turned 2, i thought it's the right time to check what ist left from my stuff for him.

And a good way to convince the first Lady that it is necessary to deal with Lego again ;-).

As a good Daddy, i already purchased some Technic sets for future use, but now, i crawled into the dark corners of my parents house attic on the hunt for my old lego parts. 

And thanks to the lego god, we kept everything. 

One thing what surprised me though, is that i played with lego much shorter than i thought. By the Sets i identified so far, it stopped around 1991 and started around 1985. 

So my dark ages ended after more or less 28 years....

Anyway, I am glad that I am back into the lego universe. 

And it' s just amazing what ist possible today with all the great sources Like bricklink, brickset and of course such a great forum.

https://ibb.co/x7Pfsz6

https://ibb.co/b7D6cjY

https://ibb.co/W5LXrxs

 

 

 

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Welcome to EB, Pabstat!  Even if it was a short period, you have some wonderful sets from a true golden age of Lego there!  Have a wonderful time enjoying them yourself and with your son.  Happy building!  :classic:

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7 hours ago, Pabstat said:

Hi there.

Since my boy just turned 2, i thought it's the right time to check what ist left from my stuff for him.

And a good way to convince the first Lady that it is necessary to deal with Lego again ;-).

As a good Daddy, i already purchased some Technic sets for future use, but now, i crawled into the dark corners of my parents house attic on the hunt for my old lego parts. 

And thanks to the lego god, we kept everything. 

One thing what surprised me though, is that i played with lego much shorter than i thought. By the Sets i identified so far, it stopped around 1991 and started around 1985. 

So my dark ages ended after more or less 28 years....

Anyway, I am glad that I am back into the lego universe. 

And it' s just amazing what ist possible today with all the great sources Like bricklink, brickset and of course such a great forum.

https://ibb.co/x7Pfsz6

https://ibb.co/b7D6cjY

https://ibb.co/W5LXrxs

 

Wow you have some fantastic sets there, and quite valuable too.

You and your son will have hours of fun.

Thanks for sharing and joining Eurobricks! Welcome.

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Welcome aboard !

You seem to have great old sets from the best LEGO era ever ! (in particular the great beginning of the Pirates theme ! :pir-grin:)

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Thx Guys. Yeah, i really liked that pirate theme. A pity that i was Not interested in the Clipper for some reason. I think all other pirate sets from 89 are there.

I am now sorting all the bricks....quite a task. 

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Welcome back to Lego! It seems we were into it at the same time. Those are some lovely sets you got. Quite simple by todays standards, but still looking really good. And the Black Seas Barracuda, well the whole pirate-theme really, was a game-changer. I have very fond memories of it. And still hopes to get a pirate display together one day myself.:wink:

See you around and have fun with your new old hobby! :classic:

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