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Lego Launch Command Sets For Sale August 12, 2010

Posted by Jason W Ellis in Lego, Personal.
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I have decided to sell some of my Lego collection sets including these two from the Launch Command series. They are awesome builds, and I hope that I can find a good home for them. Links to my ebay Buy It Now or Best Offer listings are below each photo.

Lego System 6339 Shuttle Launch Pad. This is the largest of the early Lego Space Shuttle sets. It comes with four minifigures, the Space Shuttle complete with external fuel tank and solid rocket boosters, and an assembly tower with winch. The original box and instructions are also included.

Lego System 6544 Shuttle Transcom 2. The Transcom 2 transport jet is a fun build, because you get to assemble a large jet and the Space Shuttle orbiter. It includes three minifigures, jet, shuttle, and tow vehicle. The original boxes and instructions are also included.


1. stefano - March 15, 2011

I’m looking for assembly instructions for the “6339” as I found the kit in a local “vintage” market without the box and instruction.
May some one could help me?

Thank you!

Jason Ellis - March 15, 2011

Hi Stefano,

I confirmed that you can find the instructions here: http://www.brickfactory.info

Have fun with the build!

Best, Jason

2. Nick McCoy - September 12, 2011

How much for the kits? Individually or together?

Jason Ellis - September 12, 2011

Dear Nick,

Thanks for stopping by and leaving your questions. Unfortunately, the sets are no longer available for sale. I eventually sold them on ebay.

Best, Jason

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