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Lanette Meeks

I have several of the first minifigures with no poseable arms and legs and no faces. What are these worth as I know they were the very first ones made. Thanks so much.


I used to join all the arm segments together to make robot arms for LEGO spaceships. Their round hands became lights, energy weapon emitters and control levers.

I wonder if the head attachment hole is the same as the holes in Technic parts?

Bringing back the large figures' arm parts and the special block they connected to would be a good addition to the LEGO product line.


I'd love to see you revisit this article. Just in the last few years with all the superhero and collectible minifigure series alone, all kinds of new stuff has happened.

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