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PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2022 8:27 pm 
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I would like to have people's opinions on a potential idea I had:
Would anyone be interested in purchasing the BrickLink instructions for a few different types of Lego sirens that I designed?
They are not currently for sale, I would only like to know if this is something that people may be interested in. I will not upload images because I would prefer my design to be kept safe for now...

Anyway, what I can say is that so far I have designed a single-tier Whelen WPS-2901, a Castle Castings siren and an early Federal Signal 500AT. All three of these sirens are roughly minifigure scale (or as close as I could in Lego bricks).

Anyone think that this could be a good idea?

A British siren enthusiast. Unfortunately, lives at the furthest possible point from any sirens.

PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2022 9:10 pm 

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1: You'd have to send pictures to prove quality
2: Just send them, it probably isn't gonna be worth money to most people here anyway

I'm sure they're pretty neat though,

PostPosted: Sat Nov 26, 2022 3:08 am 
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Reading about Lego sirens gives me flashbacks to NotVoyager and his nonsense... I'm honestly not sure anybody on this forum would pay for those, when people are making 3D printed stuff of good quality, Lego sirens seem a bit childish. That's not to say it's a bad thing, but I doubt people will spend money on them.

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