Want to Trade: Deep Freeze Defender 6973

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Want to Trade: Deep Freeze Defender 6973

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So I got this from the lot that Keith parted out a couple years ago and I don't really have a use for it. It's sat under my bed for 3 years and I'd like to see it go to a good home. Since this was from the club I can only take trades on it so was I was thinking was maybe someone could trade me a new set coming out in the summer for it? 60154 (Bus Station) has an RRP of $50, no CDN pricing announced yet but probably in the $65 range? Between VIP points, promos and 6793 going for an average of $105 CAD on Bricklink the recipient would be well ahead I hope. If not, if there's anything anyone else has you'd think I'd be interested in to trade for it, make me an offer.

Forgot to mention set has box and instructions.
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That was the last set I bought before my dark ages. When I went back to the UK in 2015 I could find no trace of it, I presume my brother had it away. I'll think about your trade proposition (I was planning to get the bus station too!)
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Was there box and instructions included, or just the parts?
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This was from some ones collection donated to the club. because most of the set had instructions and some boxes, I took everything home and rebuilt the sets. We then did a fun auction with monopoly money for club members to bid on them.
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Ptrotter wrote:Was there box and instructions included, or just the parts?
Yes it came with box and instructions. I've never taken the pieces out of the box since I got it, they are in a Ziploc.
Hamslice wrote:This was from some ones collection donated to the club. because most of the set had instructions and some boxes, I took everything home and rebuilt the sets. We then did a fun auction with monopoly money for club members to bid on them.
I remember it was more like a blind auction, we didn't know what we were bidding on.
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Re: Want to Trade: Deep Freeze Defender 6973

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Tim

I'd be interested. Will PM you.
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