How to Build Your Own Star Wars Toybox

When the internet was still just a child, there was an era when kids were allowed to create their own LEGO sets.

That era was in the ’90s and ’00s, and we were still building toys with LEGO parts.

I’d build something like this: LEGO Star Wars set (from left to right): Darth Vader, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Lando Calrissian, R2-D2, R3-A4, Yoda, R6-B2, Chewie, Chewy, Boba Fett, Darth Maul, R5-D6, BB-8, TIE Fighter, and more.

LEGO Star War set (the LEGO set that you see in this photo).

These were the earliest and most creative LEGO sets, but they were also the most expensive.

LEGO is the best at making the parts.

In fact, it’s probably one of the only manufacturers of the entire LEGO line that has such high-quality sets.

They have the best production quality of any LEGO company, and the prices are the highest.

Now, with the rise of the internet, and a greater demand for LEGO sets and LEGO parts, you can now get them on a cheap or even free-to-play basis.

For instance, you could buy a set for just $6.99 for the base model.

That’s just over half the price of a full-priced LEGO set, so the savings are worth it if you’re building a new or a retro Star Wars-themed set.

Let’s look at some of the cheapest LEGO StarWars sets out there, and see if you can find them on sale or on a discount.