Does 4305 Exist?

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Does 4305 Exist?

Postby mchiles » Mon Sep 17, 2012 12:41 am

OK, here is a question for you (and I see some of you have listed that you own this set on various datebases out there):

Does set number 4305 really exist? Not its twin 6818, but set number 4305? Does any one have a physical copy in their hands, or can they vouch that they have actually seen a physical copy of it?

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Re: Does 4305 Exist?

Postby Rook » Thu Sep 20, 2012 11:34 am

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Re: Does 4305 Exist?

Postby mchiles » Sat Sep 22, 2012 1:01 am

Yes, I have seen it listed on Brickset. And I have seen it listed on Lugnet and Peeron and even Bricklink.

But I have never seen it for sale on Bricklink or ebay. I have never talked to someone who actually owns directions and/or box that say "4305" on them. So I have to wonder if it really does exist outside of the Vault in Billund.

Anyone own it? Anyone know where it was sold? It isn't in the Lego Collector's Guide, though that has many known errors...

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Re: Does 4305 Exist?

Postby MindTrick » Thu Oct 11, 2012 12:01 pm

My brother bought this set back in latter half of the 90's. IIRC he got it from a KB Toy Works when they first started up. Its currently in pieces scattered in my collection. Not even sure if I have the instructions anymore but I'm positive I have the minifig intact in a tub somewhere.
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Re: Does 4305 Exist?

Postby Seltz Hotchkiss » Wed Jan 15, 2014 11:24 pm

Got one in the box off of bricklink when i was like 13. It's a sweet set, but all that has survived over the years was the droid's head.
I want it, I need it, need it to make me feel heated.
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Re: Does 4305 Exist?

Postby SpaceMason » Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:45 pm

That's one odd set, i don't remember seeing that one. I did get 6829, which is similar, just a little bigger.

At least it looks like it wouldn't be to hard to piece together just the build itself. I hope you can find the instructions and the box some day!
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