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BACK IN STOCK LEGO Star Wars 75101: First Order Special Forces TIE fighter £39.99 Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

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LEGO Star Wars 75101: First Order Special Forces TIE fighter back for prime members
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#1
anyone know if this is worth keeping in its box?
8 Likes #2
kpmatthews
anyone know if this is worth keeping in its box?
think you'll struggle assembling it that way :{
1 Like #3
Thank OP

... Heat added
#4
paulj48
kpmatthews
anyone know if this is worth keeping in its box?
think you'll struggle assembling it that way :{
and there be the point :)
#5
kpmatthews
paulj48
kpmatthews
anyone know if this is worth keeping in its box?
think you'll struggle assembling it that way :{
and there be the point :)
why, are massed produced current range Lego sets really that collectable?
#6
paulj48
kpmatthews
paulj48
kpmatthews
anyone know if this is worth keeping in its box?
think you'll struggle assembling it that way :{
and there be the point :)
why, are massed produced current range Lego sets really that collectable?
the same question i'm asking, phrased in a different way
1 Like #7
It's a nice model but it's a bit of a dull build, there's not a lot to it and the two wings are obviously repetitive. Easily done in an hour, if that.
#8
kpmatthews
paulj48
kpmatthews
paulj48
kpmatthews
anyone know if this is worth keeping in its box?
think you'll struggle assembling it that way :{
and there be the point :)
why, are massed produced current range Lego sets really that collectable?
the same question i'm asking, phrased in a different way


I think the UCS models are the ones that tend to go up in price but I guess you never know until the set is actually retired, hindsight and all that :)
For me it's a bit like art, buy because you like it and want to enjoy it.
1 Like #9
The recent Star Wars sets are way overproduced and not much thought has gone into the design. The days of LEGO investing ended in 2015. No point keeping a set like this, just open it and build it.
#10
Agree with above comment my Toys r us local were putting these on the shelf last Saturday,returned this Saturday and the shelves were still packed with them @£39.99,thanks for the post op heat added anyway.

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