Seller: NiksBriks Flag GB LEGO City Deep Sea Exploration Vessel (60095) 100% Complete retired

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Lego 60095 • Used/PO
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Lego 60095

Condition: Used/Pre-Owned
Completeness: all pieces, with instructions, with minifigures
Damaged: no
Year: 2015
Info: Warning: Not suitable for children under three years.
Description
LEGO City Deep Sea Exploration Vessel (60095) A brilliant Lego set from 2015 that has since been retired. The set is number 60095 and is the Deep Sea Exploration Vessel from the City Range. It is a brilliant set that is 100% Complete and comes with its instruction books which are in really good condition with only minimal wear. The set is a really funky large set that is a boat with a winch for lower a exploration pod into the water, under the water us a ship wreck to be explored and several sharks and other sea creatures to be around. It also comes with an impressive 7 minifigures of 4 scuba divers, a boat captain, a submarine driver and a deep sea diver all in Excellent Condition. All the stickers have been carefully applied other than one small arrow sticker with goes on a 2 x 2 round tile which is sadly missing. The set is in excellent condition, although a few of the stickers (on the boat hull) are starting to peel slightly. I believe the boat hull really floats but we have never tested this. This is your change to grab a bargain. It is a brilliant set that would add to any Lego collection. Sadly no longer has its original box but the set will be carefully broken down and bagged up as per the instructions. Any questions don't hesitate to ask.
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