About Me Pages: About speshy (1056)
Hi, and welcome to my About Me! I am a buyer, seller, collector, designer, builder, and general LEGO enthusiast for over 20 years now (dating back deep into my childhood).

First off, please check out, support, and share my LEGO Ideas projects Speshy's Projects if you find them pleasing. (My profile image is a close-up shot of my Laputian Robot project)

As a seller:

I take pride in my shop, particularly in my customer service, and in my ability to sort through and correctly identify sealed bags of Collectible Minifigures using the "Touch & Feel" method. I love to help out others in their hunts for complete sets whenever I can, especially during visits to the local stores, where my ability comes in handy for many admirers! I am open to trades but don't advertise it, as it leads to a bad/good habit of me collecting instead of selling. I am always open to receiving messages, so please drop me a line if you have a question, comment, recommendation, or any other LEGO-related inquiry.

As a buyer:

Customer service can be difficult, and is rarely perfect. That's ok. I don't ask for much. I just appreciate when sellers communicate with me and inform me of any problems or unforeseen circumstances that will affect my orders. I'm happy to work with you if something goes awry. Tracking numbers are nice, too!

As a person:

I've been a LEGO fan and collector for as long as I can remember. The oldest set I currently have built and displayed is a Model Team Custom Rally Van 5550, which has been in its built state for nearly 20 years. My favorite themes as a child were Model Team, Wild West, Aquazone, and Islanders, as well as a few select pirate ships and trains. LEGO's partnership with Star Wars really stuck with me. I own nearly every Star Wars set from 1999 and 2000, and most of 2001. I took a break from 2002 to about 2010, after which I slowly emerged from my Dark Age, just in time to get hooked onto Collectible Minifigures. I look forward to adding to the legitimacy of the AFOL community, and showing others that LEGOs are more than just a toy (yeah, I said "LEGOs". Old habits die hard).

Thanks for reading!

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