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10234 Sydney Opera House €279.99

OMG !

There was talk of a monster Lego set a few years back......though the talk back then was actually from the Opera House management not Lego.

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I just saw this yesterday, and I was thinking about how much it looked like a legit set just 'cause of the way it's built. The guy says it's a MOC, though, now that I look, and it's too small for the $250 pricetag (even though it will likely come with a fair amount of non-village stuff). Gave me a bit of a scare, though, when I saw the news about the new set.. :P

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Amazing! :drool:

The Opera House has been a long time coming, so it's nice to get more info. A few years ago it had been revealed that the Opera House would be the largest Lego set in terms of pieces, so I hope that ends up being the case. That would mean 6000+ pieces. I've been itching for a huge non-Star Wars model since the Tower Bridge. This has become my most anticipated set of the year, I can't wait for pics!

Seems as though the Ewok Village could be larger than many of us were expecting. Hopefully it is a massive and highly detailed set along the lines of the Death Star playset, but made up by a bunch of trees and bridges and whatnot. I can see this having around 2000+ pieces, as there would likely be some larger parts, and a fair amount of figs.

Looking forward to the new Winter model as well. These are always beautiful sets.

I've been trying to steer clear of Lego for the past 5 or so months so that i could save up boatloads of money for large models. The Opera House should be a day 1 purchase, and maybe even the Ewoke Village too.

Thanks for sharing, Grogall!

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Running out of space around the Christmas tree with the Winter Village Market, but we do need a train station as others have suggested for the Christmas theme.

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All three sound great!

Fell in love with the Tower Bridge, I hope I will do the same with the Opera House.

The Ewok village is just full of potential.. :wub:

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Looking forward to the winter market. Not sure if it means an outside Christmas market or another shop like a green grocers. I prefer the former - if so, I presume it will be stalls, though not sure what a big item would be as they already have a large Christmas tree.

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Here are two that have been discussed here and there:

LEGO 10242 - Mini Cooper MK VII

A real "blast from the past" you may call it. The classic green and white MK VII has real authentic details . White Mirrors , Race strips recognizable roof and luggage space . Even the fog lamps are not missing. You can disassemble the roof and then you see the beige interior with steering , gearbox and handbrake . As icing on the cake you get a picnic basket and rug at . Perfect for a day out .

LEGO 10244 - Fair

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You can buy your ticket in the box provided. There are several attractions . There is a fold attraction ( Swirling Mixer) that lights up at night ( glow in the dark ) . Folded he can transport " . Says Tina . The Fair set ( LEGO 10244 ) contains 12 minifigures, including a juggler on stilts , a man who is dizzy from the ride , two boys and two girls , ticket star and much more. We are just as curious as you. If there is more news about the fair , we 'll certainly melden.LEGO 10242 - Mini Cooper MK VII

A real "blast from the past" May you call it . The classic green and white MK VII has real authentic details . White Mirrors , Race strips recognizable roof and luggage space . Even the fog lamps are not missing . You can disassemble the roof and then you see the beige interior with steering , gearbox and handbrake . Axis icing on the cake you get a picnic basket and back at . Perfect for a day out ....

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