Michael Schulte
MSchulte
Mar 10 2017
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Fantastic read and wonderful to see a Z32 saved.

I am coming up on 14 years of Z32 ownership myself. I have two of them in the stable of cars; a 92 Slicktop that I have touched every single inch of over the years and the original purchased 94 TT that I am currently in the process of replacing the engine and many Read more

Mar 9 2015
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Awesome to see that these cats finally completed this stop motion. It was a while in the works. It turned out pretty good!

Feb 4 2015
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Currently they are slated for summer release in the US. Because Technic is so popular in Europe, they always seem to release there first. Once they do launch on that side of the pond, I'll make sure to do a post about it.

Feb 4 2015
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Angus' build is really exceptional. I'm personally more excited for WALL-E too.

I am excited about the Doctor Who stuff, but I've already built several Lego TARDIS for myself and friends, purchasing custom printed police box tiles and going through the painstaking process that is navigating Bricklink to purchase some Read more

Feb 3 2015
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I've repaired the link. It looks like they re-uploaded a different version of the video as the original link is no longer there. It doesn't appear that anything has changed, however.

Feb 3 2015
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You're absolutely right, it was a M-F show not a Sat morning. I guess that probably explains all that re-used footage. Cranking out 20 minutes every day must have been rough. I thought you were wrong at first, then I found this. My memory of 30+ years ago is a bit of a blur.

Jan 30 2015
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For just a grand, you get the full leather seating and the leather wrapped dash and door panels, different wheels and a black steering wheel. I think those are the only differences and I think for the money, it's worth it. It makes the interior a really nice place to be. I also like the Tera wheels a bit better, Read more

Jan 30 2015
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Prior to the i3, my daily driver was a Honda CR-Z. Though not electric, it is a hybrid. The no back seat thing obviously wouldn't work with child transport. It is currently up for sale. Read more

Jan 30 2015
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Now that he has arrived, I can say that it does work well with the baby seat. It's easy to get him in and out of the back even with the rear facing stuff and has just enough room for the stroller in the back and all the baby gear that you have to haul around with you.

The ML is the superior car for baby transport in Read more

Jan 26 2015
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The power profile for my area of the country is mostly coal. The breakdown is this: 72.8% Coal, 13.8% Nuclear, 8% Natural Gas, 5% Non-Hydro Renewable, 0.3% Oil, 0.1% Hydro. It's all very terrible. Coal is cheap and provides maximum profit to the energy companies. As long as it continues to be the cheapest way to Read more

Jan 26 2015
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I think this is good enough reason that you should have the entire line. That's sort of how a few of my Lego purchases have gone, "12 year old me would've loved this thing. I am an adult now and have disposable income, I'm buying this."

Jan 23 2015
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It really does look like some of these are scary monster versions of past minifig releases.

Jan 23 2015
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They debuted the theme at London Toy Fair first, so I'm guessing at least across the pond Scooby-Doo is well liked.

Jan 21 2015
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Lincoln Memorial is out now. The Flatiron building should follow later this year. I've heard some rumors about a later year set as well, but nothing official yet.