LEGO 6038 INSTRUCTIONS PDF

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I have know idea but also in the Drome Racer sets they had some special points which I think you could use to get some freebies. These points you are talking about are probably something similar. I think it was an old gimmick to get free sets or something, I was a year too late for though. It's probably for a mail-in due to the lack of internet. I remember these coupons. Many sets from to had them in the back of the instructions. The Galactic Mediator for example has a point coupon and the Deep Freeze Defender has a point one.

I read about them somewhere at one point, but I can't remember now how exactly they worked. It was some sort of promotional thing where you could get some free item if you collected enough of them and mailed them in.

I noticed it again when I was sorting my instructions into folders. It could have been from promotion but when the sets originally came out I had no idea what the points were for and there was never any advertisements for a promotion. I don't think it has to do with building skill, thats's what the age suggestions are for. Odd ,I've never heard of these before. Is there any reference pics of this? I remember seeing a yellow star with '' beside it in some catalogs, and I thought that meant they werent available after ' I think I saw some with aswell.

Edit: These are what I am talking about: Paradisa and Pirates. If you look closely you can see the stars and barely make out a number at the bottom. I hope I havent gone all off topic here. Highly interesting, I always wondered too. I'm moving this to the embassy since an answer could come from our ambassador or he can ask if he doesn't know. I've noticed that these 'tabs' on the instructinos appear right through to Star Wars in but there are no points value. I have done some research! The first is Wold pack renegades.

Both sets have points. On the tokens they also each have their set number and year of production. So I think the larger the set is the more points you get from it. Kind of obvious but that's all I have got Also that even bigger set that fenrir posted has even more points. We know where to find the points but still not their purpose.

The points on the corners of older LEGO sets were part of a discount system back in the 20th century. Unfortunaltely we don't have this system in place anymore! But sadly not why Lego never mentioned this discount system to anyone! Or how it worked for that mater. In answer to your question, only psychics were able to take advantage of our point discount system.

In answer to your third inquiry, we're not at liberty to discuss new themes for the upcoming year There will be a new theme in called Super Salamander and his sidekick Goofy Gorilla about two animal vigilante super heroes who live in the sewers of Paris.

Nice response. I asked about these points back in the early 90s at some stores and none knew the purpose of these. I also had the chance to have my home right in front of TLC's Belgian distribution center still back in late 80s - early 90s. I went out there to ask about the points and I got the same answer. Apparently the concept of points was introduced but never used atleast in Belgium.

I think that if it had any purpose, we would find some info about it in the catalogs. The catalogs from the Benelux doesn't contain anything about it. Maybe you guys can check your older catalogs The North American catalogs from that time don't say anything about it, but it's possible that the Lego Direct catalogs or the larger S H magazines may have something.

I don't have any from those years though. Since this is answered, we can move it back to General Discussion and keep our Embassy neat and tidy You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy! Already have an account? Sign in here. Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. Recommended Posts. Posted August 13, Hello, Today I saw some instructions on the internet.

On the last page of these instructions on the corner of the page are some Points printed. The bigger the set, the more points you get A lot of the sets from had these points I searched the internet but couldn't find the purpose of these points.

So do one of you know what the purpose was of those points? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Skipper I wondered about that too since Captain Green Hair. I know what you mean, but i'm unsure what they were for.. It could also be to show the ''building skill'' required, like on model kits? Never saw anything about collecting them for a free set or discount or anything. Posted August 14, I've been meaning to ask this too! It's probably what "Captain green hair" said; a building skill reference.

I would guess you could save up some amount and send them in for a t-shirt or a little set. Skinny Boy. Posted August 14, edited. Edited August 14, by Skinny Boy. Posted August 15, The Galactic Mediator for example has a point coupon. This is a pic aof the Galactic Mediator "stamp". It was in my dark ages Posted August 18, The second is Beach rescue chopper.

Posted August 19, Posted August 25, Dear Mr Kennerley that's me , Thanks for getting in touch with us. Happy building! Cardinal Brick. Posted August 26, Thank you Mr. Hinckley for contacting the LEGO group. In answer to your other inquiry, Fabuland will never ever make a return so please stop asking. Have a nice day. Love always, some lady who works for LEGO. Posted August 27, Posted August 28, Dear Mr Kennerley that's me I guess so , Thanks for getting in touch with us.

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