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Re: Evolution of bml87ís collection
« Reply #100 on: January 29, 2019, 09:28:12 »
Aha! A badge is all you need to become a hereditary leader!
After killing the former one ;)
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Re: Evolution of bml87ís collection
« Reply #101 on: February 06, 2019, 12:33:36 »
Today my new parts order arrived!

Since I own already the first take along Western Town (4398), I decided to only order the (unique) klickies of the second version (70012):

From left to right:
The sherif 30003794 (2018), I ordered two of him to make some customs
The outlaw 30003784 (2018), I ordered two of him to make some customs
The banker 30003774 (2018)
The bounty hunter 30003804 (2018)

I was hoping to receive more of the Zoo klickies, but it appears some of them are sold out... I couldnít find set 6818 with the female beekeeper anymore, so I ordered the DS set 6573 with the male klicky. Afterwards I ordered the female klicky.

From left to right
The zookeeper 30000183 from set 5969 (2015)
The female beekeeper 30148430 (2015)
The Air France stewardess from set 9151 appears to have part number 30149320 (2016). She was a guess in my Altaya research, so still no positive results unfortunately.

A fowl foal and two children:

From left to right:
The fowl foal 30670613 from set 6926 (2017). Strangely enough you can only order this animal via email.
The pirate boy 30102790 from set 5135 (2011 !!!)
The farm boy 30103710 from set 5686 (2016)
The book 30643655 from set 9455 (2018)

Some custom klickies, if you want more info of the original klickies, just ask!

The only klicky that didnít change a lot, is the third one. I used the robber 30006922 from set 4239 (2009 !!!)
« Last Edit: February 06, 2019, 14:01:12 by bml87 »
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Re: Evolution of bml87ís collection
« Reply #102 on: February 06, 2019, 13:59:10 »
Interesting klickies.
You are writing fowl but mean foal. Fowl is used to describe birds - particularly as waterfowl - meaning ducks and geese and relatives.
Foal is a young horse or relative like donkey or mule.
That particular foal and the adult horse from the same set have never been available from parts department Germany except by email order, don't know why it is more special than other painted horses.

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Re: Evolution of bml87ís collection
« Reply #103 on: February 06, 2019, 14:08:52 »
Interesting klickies.
You are writing fowl but mean foal. Fowl is used to describe birds - particularly as waterfowl - meaning ducks and geese and relatives.

Oops! Thank you, Tim! I corrected it! Funny that I came up with a word that is still related to animals...

About the klickies, Iíll come with more information about those that were sold out later.
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Re: Evolution of bml87ís collection
« Reply #104 on: February 06, 2019, 16:51:26 »
You are writing fowl but mean foal. Fowl is used to describe birds

He was thinking of Fowlty Towers  ;)
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