video of Lego Museum vault with every Lego set ever

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  1. KidDynamite

    KidDynamite don't know nothing Veteran

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    Pretty neat. Like to have them all.
     
  3. lars573

    lars573 Well-Known Member

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    I saw two sets I had/still have. The 6081 castle set and the 6285 pirate ship.
     
  4. Dreweido

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    i didn't see too many of the 80's sets i had ... oh well still very very cool
     
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    I just shed a tear.

    I HAD that galaxy explorer. Gah. Beautiful.
     
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    I recognized two of the space sets I had got from Christmas one year. That was cool.
     
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    I had some of those space ones! So wild seeing them all just stacked on shelves for the sake of Lego's copyrights. Its better than a museum when you can pick up the boxes and check em out up close like that. Sweet vid.
     
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    Just...so...Beautiful!
     
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    That is the most amazing thing I have ever seen!
     
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    Wow. That brought back some faded memories REAL quick.
     
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    That's amazing...brings back memories. God, would be awesome to just..have all of that, be hard to not open though.

    Also, what was with that note about them remaining sealed for..copyright reasons?
     
  12. llamatron

    llamatron Shut up, Nigel. TFW2005 Supporter

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    Jaw = on the floor.
     
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    Soundwarp Next victim please TFW2005 Supporter

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    Cool!
    But i'd love to see em all set up.
     
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    Wow -- talk about bringing back childhood memories!
     
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    AWESOME. I would LOVE to open up all those boxes and build them all.
    Somewhere I have the first 2 Technic car chassis toys. Ahhh, for the days when Lego was actually made of Lego; y'know, when you had to figure out how to build things, rather than put a few custom made pieces together.
     
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    My guess would be to have proof of the design of the model or something, so that other companies can't copy a castle or car or something like that.

    But copyrights or not, all these sets in box look amazing, I could sit there all day looking at the box !
     
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    Wow....I think I had those space sets!
     
  18. cromagnus

    cromagnus B-boy rumble

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    Legos by far have to be one of the most educational toys around. Spacial concepts anyone? Not to mention they are timeless, and always evolving. Personally I think legos are better now than ever, ratcheted joints, smaller angular shapes, new curves, mindstorms. I mean a programmable lego creation of your choice, now that is evolution. Legos are better now than they used to be in the eighties, hands down.
    I pined after classic space as a kid. I wasn't interested in the city stuff at all.
    I also wanted to go to sp[ace camp and reenacted shuttle launches daily in my bedroom so it was only natural.
    Why doesn't hasbro/takara have one of these vaults?
     
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    They do. How do you think reissue Soundwave came to be?
     
  20. cromagnus

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    HUH? I can see them storing molds in a factory in china somewhere but sealed boxed G1 toys in a nuke-proof vault at hasbro headquarters in Rhode Island?? Is there proof that exists? I would think we would have seen it already.
     

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