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  1. Приветствую! Я хотел бы продать несколько наборов: 10182 Cafe Corner - (1, 300 EUR) 2044 Parts, 3 Minifigs, 2007 NEW : Наборы: Модульные здания 10185 Gre en Grocer - (400 EUR) 2335 частей, 4 Minifigs, 2008 NEW : Наборы: модульные здания 10190 Market Street - (1, 45 0 EUR) 1236 Parts, 3 Minifigs, 2007 NEW : Наборы: Модульные здания: Фабрика
  2. I have a 10181 Eiffel Tower set that I am thinking of selling to help fund a trip to America for Brickworld Chicago. It has been (built once) and then stored in ziplock bags. I have the box and instructions as well. I am in Melbourne, Australia, and would prefer to sell direct rather than posting. International shipping at buyers expense is also an option. It would be expensive to send the box. My Bricklink feedback if anyones interested. http://www.bricklink...sp?u=BrickCurve
  3. The Green grocer was my start in collecting the modular buildings. Since then, my collection yearly grew towards the 8 buildings I own right now. Besides that, I started also to collect the advanced models like the Sydney Opera House, the Tower Bridge and the Taj Mahal. I really wanted to have the Modular buildings Cafe Corner and Street Market. Plus the Eiffel Tower as well. But these buildings are too pricey for my budget. So I started to collect the separate bricks and rebuild with sources as Pick-a-Brick, Missing Pieces and of course Bricklink. So all new bricks for these projects. The Cafe Corner is almost complete. Unfortunately, some parts are too expensive (the price of one door is about 50 euro!) And some parts (like the windows) I have replaced with cheaper solutions. The result is good enough for me. About 1/3 of the bricks I already had in my collection of new bricks. The rest of the bricks were just below 200 euro's. Not a bad price if you compare with a completely new one. And now I am going to wait if the doors will be cheaper one day. For the Street Market, the same applies: I have collected most of the parts, but not all of them. Still thinking of some cheaper solutions with (almost) the same result. The bricks are waiting in a box, ready to be build. Currently, I am in the process of building the Eiffel Tower. The good news is that I have ordered all of the parts. Half of the bricks were already in my possession, the other half I needed to order. Total cost of the order is appr. 300 euro's, so in comparison with buying it new for the current price, it is relatively cheap. The base plates were delivered in the wrong green, so I need to re-order that one day. Can't build right now, I am still waiting for the "Missing pieces" delivery. On the picture, you see the Work-in-Progress. Not only building the sets is nice, but the process of searching all the pieces was nice too. I found out that Bricklink is normally the most cheap (or should I say, less expensive) but this is not always true. Next, the Missing Pieces site and Pick-A-Brick (both officially Lego) have different prices. And sometimes one site says "sold out" although the other site has still availability. Strange but true. Enjoy. /Hans