- James May's Toy Story
Another good one last night.
Things that are troubling me though are…
1) Did Scalextric just give them 2.8 miles of track? It must have cost a fortune.
3) How many miles of track do they produce/sell a year?
3) How did they get rid of it? It couldn't be sold on as new as it was covered in dirt, dust and in some places, rotting fox.
In a couple of weeks he will have to source and dispose of several million Lego bricks. That will trouble me too.Posted 8 years agooddjobMember
I read about the lego house, it couldn't stay where it was becuase there was no planning permission and nobody wanted it. I think the bricks were given away and I think Lego provided them FOA or at least cheap anyway.
I stand to be corrected on any of the above thoughPosted 8 years ago
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