1974

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  1. TLG did infact make a Yavin playset many years ago (with less than full scale X-wings), but it never left the prototype stage. Wasn't any good, tbh, but that was 15 years ago ..
  2. 1974

    TLG acquires Bricklink

    TLG bought BL to control the LEGO brand, not to make money. BL is no fat cow ready to milk. Those measly few millions they rack in in fees are nothing compared to the billions TLG makes But ultimate control of the brand is worth a LOT to TLG, I wager so much they would run BL with a loss if they have to Cheers, Ole
  3. BL aka TLG will not like that, so don't bother
  4. LEGO prototype parts I used to own hundreds of those, probably the largest documented collection in the world. TLG didn't ask anything, BL did, after they were aquired by TLG You can pm me for documentation if you like
  5. Yeah, but that's going to stop. TLG do not like that, I've allready been asked to remove my 100% genuine prototype parts from BL by the admin
  6. eBay. You can also make an Instagram profile and reach out to some of the collectors of rare parts. Stuff like that can easily go for 100EUR or more. I've sold many parts like that I've also sold more than a hundred red motors, most on Bricklink. Price them nicely and DO note in the description they're testet and practically as new and those too will sell fast Cheers, Ole
  7. 1974

    When were these images taken?

    Brickipedia. But unlike Wikipedia, I can't see the any information about the pictures Cheers, Ole
  8. 1974

    Brick Train Awards Prizes

    What the funk are you talking about?
  9. 1974

    Lego 10277 - Crocodile Locomotive

    Yes, it looks a metric ton better, but isn't there allready a thread for modding that set? Also, if this mod works on all current LEGO tracks, and can run for hours to boot without bits falling off, I really do question the TLG designer (sorry, Pierre!) It really looks daft on the official pictures from that straight on angle Lol! I'm not some kinda oracle. Back then I had a tight connection to TLG and people on the outskirts, So I saw the trains and station way before release and relayed it here to the good folks. My wish for a brown croc merely stems from the old 12V proto ... I still think it's a better croc and I REALLY wish that the new train could include those 3W doors. I'm not a fan of TLG leaving out doors on trains, it adds a major play value. The new train is nice to look at, but to play with? It's crap! Cheers, Ole
  10. 1974

    Lego 10277 - Crocodile Locomotive

    Review is up on Brickset (Note to self : Don't get into trains again )
  11. 1974

    Lego 10277 - Crocodile Locomotive

    That's becuase the leaks come from TLG. Those kinda potato quality pics aren't really possible in the western world. It's a photoshop job and it's getting rather old
  12. 1974

    Lego 10277 - Crocodile Locomotive

    Hmm, those quotes looks messed up, but you smart folks can figure it out Cheers, Ole
  13. 1974

    Lego 10277 - Crocodile Locomotive

    The brown croc was prototyped in the 80's .. +35 years is a wee bit long in development hell
  14. 1974

    Technic figures' epiphany

    The first proper liftarm (6x4 bent, part 6629) was introduced ten years later. I'm sure that crane part was cut, glued, manipulated and mangled in ways that are unspeakable Cheers, Ole
  15. 1974

    Technic figures' epiphany

    In the same year, this part was introduced