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  1. cimddwc

    Facade with Modulex

    Hello everyone, my latest building: A facade combining terracotta-colored (and some tan) Modulex wirh normal Lego: Fittingly with the "architects' Lego", it contains an architect office, "Mod & Lex", and an apartment above. At least what's visible through the windows, because since it's just a facade, it doesn't matter what the parts that are not visible through the windows look like: ...instead there can be stuff to hold the Modulex bricks (5x5x5 mm) which don't match the Lego grid (8x8x9,6 mm) everywhere. And still some things don't fit perfectly, but as long as that's hardly visible... :) ยป Flickr album Hope you like it...
  2. Hello, hope this is the correct forum to post this in. I was hoping someone out there could help me know if it "safe" to use the hydrogen peroxide method to "de-yellow" or restore bricks on colored bricks to their old color. I know that it works on whites and grays but has anyone tried this on other colors whether Modulex Colors or not? The bricks I am trying to restore are the Modulex red and Modulex Pink along with the Modulex Pastel-Green and Modulex Pastel-Blue. The really bad ones are the red and a few of the pink and Pastel-Blue while the Pastel-green is bearable but still needs work. I was hoping someone could help me on this. Thanks! -RailCo
  3. Hello everyone! I am looking for Modulex bricks any kind and color to start my collection. If you have any you are will to sell PM me or if you knowwhere I can get some also let me know (I have checked bricklink and eBay). Note: Preferably the bricks would have their original box if possible. -RailCo
  4. hi I have some modulex lego, all marked with Lego from the period 1963 to 1965, it is devided in 8 boxes, see photo and there is 130 plates 10 x 10, 2 plates 50 x 50 and aprox. 10.000+ pieces of lego bricks and windows. Is there anybody in this forum who know the price for this and where to sell it? see pictures at this link: kind regards, Nin-jago
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