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2022-01-20 3:49:41 PM  
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2022-01-21 12:28:49 PM  
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Burn_The_Plows: I hope Lego fixes their color matching issues. I started putting together the pickup truck last year and stopped when I saw this:

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Same pieces from the same set, different shades. I was thinking of ordering the 5 pieces to fix it, but then imagined how pissed-off I'd be if those don't match.

I've had Lego sets since the 1970s and never seen colors mismatched from different sets much less the same one.


On a truck that old, there's a greater-than-100% chance it's been dented and the damaged area repainted, so that different color red isn't a bug, it's a feature.
 
2022-01-20 3:32:58 PM  
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Can't wait to build a globe of Pangaea
 
2022-01-20 11:25:19 PM  
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I hope Lego fixes their color matching issues. I started putting together the pickup truck last year and stopped when I saw this:

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Same pieces from the same set, different shades. I was thinking of ordering the 5 pieces to fix it, but then imagined how pissed-off I'd be if those don't match.

I've had Lego sets since the 1970s and never seen colors mismatched from different sets much less the same one.
 
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