z3_2drive

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    technic, mountain biking, PC gamer

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  1. I might consider building them again after seeing their value. Hopefully I still have everything. PM'd each of you.
  2. I remembered some sets I purchased as I built my collection. The two largest that I have the most parts from are the 8053 Mobile Crane and the 7662 Trade Federation MTT (large Star Wars droid carrier from 2007). Would it be more profitable to build these models up and sell them? (no box or instructions)
  3. Hi, I decided to part with my collection, so I just wanted to create a topic with some photos of my collection if anyone is interested to buy it as a whole, whether it be for a BrickLink store or expanding a personal collection. UPDATE: buggy motors sold on BL a box of wheels/tires, and if you noticed, some 3rd party tires and 3d printed wheels, also one of my containers has some 3d printed Technic parts^^ An entire car frame full of black Technic bricks, Technic box frames, plates, liftarms, and bionicle ball joint pieces that I have yet to disassemble: Normal bricks, plates, and a bag full of smaller unique pieces and minifigure parts/attachments: Some more Technic parts that need to be disassembled, a bag of older Technic bricks and pieces from a old buggy set, and the last 2 of my buggy motors: ^buggy motors sold^ PM or post here if you are interested, or if you know someone or a place that would welcome an entire collection, please direct me there. Thanks!
  4. My BrickLink of course if someone decided to buy all inventory i would freeze the store and remove all entries. [UPDATE] Buggy motors were sold on BrickLink! here are some photos: a box of wheels/tires, and if you noticed, some 3rd party tires and 3d printed wheels, also one of my containers has some 3d printed Technic parts^^ I sold some tires, here are the remaining notable ones: And a some small wheels and tires: An entire car frame full of black Technic bricks, Technic box frames, plates, liftarms, and bionicle ball joint pieces that I have yet to disassemble: Normal bricks, plates, and a bag full of smaller unique pieces and minifigure parts/attachments: Some more Technic parts that need to be disassembled, a bag of older Technic bricks and pieces from a old buggy set, and the last 2 of my buggy motors: ^buggy motors were just sold on BrickLink^
  5. I think if the interest comes back, I will buy sets or pieces again when/if that time comes. Right now I’m building an RC car from the ground up, so I need the space and $$ to support it. Selling all at once to a collector or BL store seems like the best idea, not sure where to advertise such an offer, though. In the sell/buy forum on EB? EDIT: saw the latest reply. Seems like it’s worth making a post there. My collection is decent but not massive, as I was more of a BrickLink buyer than a set buyer. Everyone will get their chance here, haha. I will post pictures here and answer PMs when I will be at home in roughly 3 hours. Thanks for the replies everyone Did you find them here on EB? I agree, letting someone else sell or use these parts is much more in the spirit of LEGO than holding onto them without using them. Sure thing
  6. Only motors I have left are two buggy motors with some scuffs/scrapes from outdoor use that still run great, and a servo motor with a broken case clip. Most of my expensive items are from suspension/drivetrain parts that are becoming more rare. Have a bunch of wheels, plenty of liftarms, frames, axles, panels, general Technic pieces as well as a drawer full of non technic bricks and plates. I can post pictures tomorrow for those interested.
  7. I briefly got back into building this year, but recently have taken interest in the world of RC and have started a custom project. Because of this as well as a busy college schedule, I've been thinking of parting with my collection, and I'm not sure what is the best way to approach this. Do I part out items and sell separately? I have already taken my most expensive items and made listings on BrickLink at a competitive price, but the vast majority of my collection is still on the shelf in sorted, wall-mounted containers. Do I sell in bulk? It seems to be the fastest way to sell large amounts of pieces, but often go for cheap and with random pieces, whereas I have neatly sorted according to color and/or part type. Change my mind and hang onto it? It's been a big part of my younger years, but my interests have changed and I find myself after performance and reliability in my projects, something that can only be done with metal. Are there people out there who snag entire inventories? I think BrickLink would be the most lucrative option as I need the money for this new project, but would also take a long time to sell everything, or at least my most valuable items. The rest can be sold in bulk, especially non-Technic pieces. Is there anyone here that has gone through the same process? I'd be interested to hear your stories.
  8. Excellent performance, comparable to Hobby grade competition crawlers in pure climbing ability.
  9. FORD GT

    Can you show the rear suspension linkage from above? Excellent build.
  10. Rally car doesn't look very good in the photos. Hopefully it looks better in person/with revisions.
  11. Really nice B-model for 42069!
  12. I wouldn't get too hyped yet. Isn't this a bit early for next year's set names? That being said a rally car would be fantastic, IF done right (looking at you Porsche)
  13. If you're using that wheel hub, then spring attached to the top arm gives you more options if you wish to use different length suspension arms.
  14. Fastest LPE Car- 30km/h+

    I would suggest putting some cushioning on the surface you are driving towards, I see this resulting in some bent parts for no good reason.
  15. Volcano RS Supercar

    Looks mean as hell, great work.