My LEGO Vault “For Sale” list

Update: 9/11/2010

All items are no longer available.  As of tonight I received an offer for the whole lot which I have accepted. So unless something happens and the deal falls through, I have sold entire contents of my vault!

As I noted in a post yesterday, I am planning to part with a fair number of sets and accessory packs that I have had in storage for a number of years.  Today I’ve gone through and created an inventory of what’s in the “to go” list and added some BrickLink reference links and prices.

There is some good stuff in here – 20 year old service packs, 12v train sets, 9v train sets, classic Town sets – and more.

I included the BrickLink prices as  a reference. Some of them are downright silly ($25 for a 3938 minifig?) but in  a lot of cases, BrickLink shows what the market values these items at.  That said, I am more than willing to negotiate, particularly for large orders.  I also offer no hassle pricing – 25% below BrickLink ASP for last six months.

If you are interested in buying the whole lot, contact me and let’s chat!  I’ll listen to any reasonable offer for all of it (or a significant portion of it).

Download a copy of the inventory below.  A row highlighted in red means that I have already sold all copies of that item.

Download Clearance Inventory Version 2010-09-09
This entry was posted in Caught My Eye, LEGO, Shopping and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

5 Responses to My LEGO Vault “For Sale” list

  1. Fred says:

    The big button that says “download” downloads instructions for what looks like a good Emerald Night 9V powered truck… not a list of things for sale.

  2. James Powell says:

    The file links to a version of the re-design of the emerald night.

    I’d love a BNSF loco…and I might even offer $51 for it 🙂

  3. Mike Walsh says:

    Fixed – sorry about that! Not sure how that happened but the correct PDF should download now.

  4. Mike Walsh says:

    Fixed! I don’t have any BNSF locos on my list though. I do have some other goodies – take a look. 😉

  5. Very impressive collection. I guess the time always comes to thin out.

    I’m starting a new LEGO community site:
    http://brickcollections.com
    and would be honored to have you as a member.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *