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Is there any means by which a person could get a part that is lost, missing or broken?

Also Bricklink, which is the main secondary market, so one can also find OOP parts in there.

 

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Is there any means by which a person could get a part that is lost, missing or broken?
If a set was short a part, or came with a damaged part a quick call to LEGO customer service and they will send you a replacement.
1-800-422-5346
 

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I may save up and hopefully Lego will decide to put more in stock again, I just don't have any room for it. I did the Colosseum and then a week after I finished (took 39 hours to do), Lego announced the Titanic. The Colosseum is amazing in its own right but..... Titanic.....
 
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There are those who believe that the Titanic was designed so poorly and constructed from such inferior materials that a head-on collision would have shattered the vessel from bow to stern and it would have sunk even faster.

We'll never know.
We could support Clive to find out......
 

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Bag #12 and bow section complete after adding a few final hull plates, aft guy lines for the mast, and lifeboats.

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My Lego itch has been thoroughly scratched at this point and I have a few rocket projects on the back burner I'd like to get back to. It might be a bit before I decide to open box 2 and start the middle section, but I'll be back eventually.
 

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Very cool. It looks like you might be posting the contents once sorted and then the finished product in real-time. You might have mentioned that earlier and I just glossed over it, but I think that's cool. It gives an idea of the 'complexity' of the assembly of that section. Then again, I imagine sometimes the phone rings, baby cries, [adult] TV (hahaha, had to bring it back up - classic 'worst timing EVER' picture) or something else might skew the clock a bit.

It seems like saying an hour per bag is a reasonable approximation.

But, going back to rocket projects makes sense. No need to burn yourself out on this one and also people will probably appreciate new posts in a few weeks more than constant posts as well.

I look forward to box 2 when the time comes.

Sandy.
 

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Keep in mind that I spend time sorting all the pieces the way I do, and depending on the bag's contents that adds another 30-60 minutes. While I don't have any reference for comparison, people have told me I'm really fast with Lego.
“If I only had an hour to chop down a tree, I would spend the first 45 minutes sharpening my axe.” -Abraham Lincoln

I expect that the sorting makes it go faster too.
 

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