You mean this one?ImABrickManNow said:I was at Wal-mart yesterday and they had a Luke's sand speeder set that I had never seen or heard of before. It included a sandperson, Luke, Obi-wan and C3-PO. It had the most recent box art along the edges so its a current set. I've just never heard about it or seen it anywhere before.
I think the subject matter means more than just getting any small to medium licensed sets, even on discount, because typically to make money on smaller sets means you have to invest large on the number of set you get. Guess wrong and you are stuck with a ton of stuff no one wants.roxio said:Small to medium sized licensed sets on discount are the way to go imo. Obviously you need judgement to pick right ones. Hulkbuster, antman, wall-e all doing nicely for me
Of course. However, this has been the trend ever since Fire Brigade. But here is the thing. Most times they will still do better long term than most 'investments' that people are making in other lines in large or smaller sets. LEGO has redone a lot of sets; even remade the UCS Falcon now, but the mods are still not redone (at this time anyway).Charmiefcb said:Does anyone feel the latest modulars will not be as valuable as the older ones when they retire? It just seems that everyone is going out and getting Palace Cinemas and a year or so ago before it retired the Pet Shop.
It seems there are more of the latest modulars in collections to be sold at a later date than the older ones like the first 3.
Resellers will get their money back and a bit more but does anyone see the latest modulars sort of losing their aura with so many now in the hands of resellers/investors than 5-10 years ago?