Posted by D_Martin on November 4, 2013 at 06:00 AM CST
We all know better than bidding thousands of dollars on auctions that don't provide accurate lists or clear photographs, so why do people keep listing auctions like that? Seriously, we want to see everything in large Star Wars lot auctions like this one, and it most likely would turn this TRA into one heck of a Drool Worthy spotlight. What do you think?
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The new 75159 UCS Death Star has been announced and it's 99.5% re-release of a set, at an additional $100, that was only retired less than 12 months ago. How do you feel about this addition to the LEGO Star Wars line?
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