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'''DEAR ADMINS: YOU DIDN'T LISTEN AND YOU FORCED US TO'''
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We had offered to stop the raiding on the Lego Wiki since it was never our main target, we know what happened to the Pepper Roni page originally, and if this time you unlock the Pepper Roni page, we will go away for a week, only slightly vandalise it which you can always revert as you have already done. What would you rather do, revert 100+ pages or revert 1?
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{{conjecture|theme}}
- Church of Pizaz.
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{{Theme
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|Title =Classic Space
{{Rating|1}} because he's the best
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|Image= Theme-space.gif
{{Minifigure
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|Years=[[1978]]-[[1988]]
|Title = Pepper Roni
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|Subthemes=
|Image = PPPEPPEPEXOPAKOPDS.PNG
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|Subtheme of=[[Space]]
|Theme = [[Island Xtreme Stunts]]
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|Related themes=[[Classic Castle]]<br />[[Futuron]]<br />[[Blacktron]]<br />[[The LEGO Movie (Theme)|The LEGO Movie]] <br /> [[Mars Mission]] <br /> [[Galaxy Squad]]
|Accessories = Ultimate Swag
 
|Variations = None, he is unique
 
|Years = Forever
 
|Appearances = the best games ever made
 
 
}}
 
}}
   
'''Pepper Roni''' is the ultimate badass and a god damn savage, this delivery boi is a prophet of the church of pizaz who delivers pizzas and no matter how many times you admins remove this page we will strike back, He is a skateboard pro who can't read or spell very well, however he is surprisingly great at doing meth. Because of his poor literature ability, he was deported back to Mexico.
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'''Classic Space''' is an unofficial theme in the strict sense, but rather a term that refers to the ''[[Space]]'' sets that were released before [[1987]], and shared some common characteristics that set them apart from the following ''Space'' sets. Most importantly, all ''Classic Space'' [[Minifigures]] featured the old visorless helmets, which were eventually phased out in favor of newer helmets with movable visors in [[1987]]. There were also no truly different factions as in the time after 1987. All astronauts of ''Classic Space'' were peaceful explorers, and there were no antagonistic groups. The larger flying craft of the Classic Space sets all featured a brick with their set number on it.
Oh yeah the poor fucker's also adopted because [[Bologna Roni]] was shanked in a dark alleyway by the local chav, [[The Brickster]], and his mom was the local lego prostitute. So [[Mama Brickolini|Mama and]] [[Papa Brickolini|Papa Dumbass]] decided to adopt him, cause they needed a cute delivery boy.
 
   
==Lego Island Games==
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The initial introduction of the ''Space'' theme marks also the beginning of ''Classic Space''.
=== [[5731 LEGO Island|LEGO Island]] ===
 
1997 and 2001 is when the best games ever released came out, Lego Island and Lego Island 2. Portal what? Half-Life who? Basically Lego Island 1 is a fucking mess let me tell you, it starts with you filling out these shitty races, but you can only access the main story of the game as Pepper Roni, cause this is before the SJW age and nobody would get triggered over [[Mama Brickolini|a female]] not being able to make it to the main story.
 
Basically once you make it to the main story, you have to deliver a pizza to the [[Brickster]], even tho the sign says no pizza you fucking retard. You give him the pizza, and the Bricksters melts the cell lock and hijacks the police helicopter. The police shortly arrive and instead of getting your ass arrested for freeing the only criminal in Lego Island, the police simply doesn't give a shit because this means they can finally get off their lazy ass and do their job. Which is not what they do, they send a illiterate child to stop the Brickster, which he somehow has enough brain cells to do.
 
[[File:fucking_dank.png|thumb|284x284px|'''''you better fucking let him in''''']]
 
   
=== [[5774 LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge|LEGO Island 2]] ===
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== Overview ==
In Lego Island 2 he's back, and he still can't fucking read even though it's been 4 god damn years between games, his adoptive parents once again gives Pepper the task of delivering a pizza to the jailed Brickster. However Pepper Roni is in his emo phase, and kills his adoptive parents as they confiscated his skateboard, then he went on a school shooting with the Brickster, but he didn't become an hero like Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris.
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[[File:Classic Space 1979.jpg|thumb|200px|Some of the first ''Space'' sets in a catalog from 1979]]
He should've had a life sentence for wiping out his school, but since that he's the only one that can be bothered to save the island from the Brickster (basically rendering the police useless), [[Laura Brick]] just tells Pepper not to do it again.
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The first ''LEGO Space'' sets were a leap forward in LEGO design. Compared to the LEGO Company's previous [[spaceflight]]-related sets ([[801 Space Rocket]] in [[1964]], [[358 Rocket Base]] in [[1973]], and [[565 Moon Landing]] in [[1976]]), this new theme of sets boasted new parts and building techniques never before seen in LEGO sets. Although the theme used plenty of basic bricks, there were now parts with finer detail used in smoother-looking ships and multi-purpose vehicles.
[[File:don't mess with pepper.jpg|thumb|284x284px|'''''was delivering a pizza so fucking hard?''''']]
 
   
=== [[Island Xtreme Stunts (Game)|Island Xtreme Stunts]] ===
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Despite curiosities such as steering wheels used to direct spacecraft, and often no inflight pilot protection other than a spacesuit (with a visorless helmet!), simple new constructs sparked builders' imaginations. Starting with spaceships and basic wheeled vehicles, the theme developed, occasionally mirroring science fiction designs. As ''LEGO Space'' expanded, the basic pattern of ground-buggies, walking robots, small and large spaceships, and bases emerged.
[[File:ADMINS_DONT_HATE_MEH_PLOX_YA_BOIS.png|left|thumb|220x220px]]
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Pepper is now a teenager, and is an Avid User of Methamphetamine, as his adopted mother told him that being addicted is good for your eyes. Unlike the first two game's Pepper is now a silent hero due to his Vietnam flashback, but can say full exclamations when doing stunt work. And the Brickster is free again because the police in this island have a total of 1 whole brain cell. He tries to kill Pepper during filming and nobody seems to give a shit.
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Early ''Space'' sets had a simplistically modern yet colourful charm unrivaled by any other mass-produced science-fiction toy of the time. Many of the theme's more specialized pieces had yet to be developed, although when ''Space'' was first introduced, many parts were new, or were older parts made in new colours. Examples of these early simple sets include [[462 Rocket Launcher]] (1978), and [[442 Space Shuttle]], and [[452 Mobile Tracking Station]] (both 1979).
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Perfectly suited for utilitarian ''LEGO Space'', gray had finally become a major colour for a LEGO theme, especially as more plate-type parts were made in that colour, even before ''[[Castle|LEGO Castle]]'' whose first predominantly grey castles were not introduced until [[1984]]. Most often, gray Space sets were paired with green windows, and the other predominant colour scheme was blue with yellow windows. With the introduction of the [[6929 Starfleet Voyager]] in [[1981]], there were also classic spaceships that appeared in white, with blue canopies, albeit this new colour scheme didn't really catch on until the introduction of ''[[Futuron]]'' in [[1987]]. The advent of this new theme sounded the bell for the end of the ''Classic Space'' era. New parts, most notably the new visored helmets, were introduced as well as a distinct looking adversary faction, but it also reprised several elements of ''Classic Space'' such as the coloured spacesuits and the concept of civilian space explorers, looking more like a visually updated continuation than a mere replacement.
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New sets in the style of ''Classic Space'' were still released until [[1988]], but those sets sported the ''Futuron'' colour scheme, although they still included the old minifigures with their visorless helmets.
   
Pepper Roni still doesn't know that he is adopted, but then again he can't read.
 
 
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
* Pepper's full name is a pun on the pizza topping ''pepperroni''. (Really we couldn't figure that out by ourselves)
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[[File:Space_Police_Classic_Space_Statue.jpg|thumb|150px|The statue of a Classic Space astronaut that appeared in [[5974 Galactic Enforcer]]]]
* Pepper and the Brickster rank 5th in Encyclopedia Dramatica's FPS Co-op High Score.
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* Several of the ships in the Classic Space theme have a designation on their hulls, consisting of LL-a number. Later, Benny's Spaceship Spaceship SPACESHIP![http://lego.wikia.com/wiki/70816_Benny's_Spaceship%2C_Spaceship%2C_SPACESHIP!] uses this same type of marking, with it's apparent designation being LL-929, which is also a continuation of a pattern in these ship designations.
* Pepper, along with the [[Infomaniac]], and [[Sky Lane]] are fucking dumb.
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** LL stands for LegoLand, which is the theme that Classic Space was a part of before becoming the actual Space theme.
* He may appear in the set How to kill yourself with drugs, as the minifigure in that set has the same head and the same pants color as the Holy Pepper, this is known as an impostor, or maybe Meth took a toll.
 
* Pepper's eyes are blue in his first appearence, but in [[LEGO Island 2]] they were changed to black. But they are still blue in the opening and ending movie. In [[Island Xtreme Stunts]] they remain black. A fact that nobody gives a fuck about.
 
* Despite being ''the'' main character of the [[LEGO Island]] trilogy, there is little knowledge of any of Pepper's family, aside from their names because of the Brickster shanking them.
 
* He was taught how to do meths [[File:puper_reno.png|thumb|220x220px]]by [[Laura Brick]], as he shot up his school.
 
* Pepper is quite dumb, this can be proven not just by the fact that he can't read, but by the fact that he let the Brickster free TWICE under the same circumstances of giving him a pizza.
 
   
== Appearance ==
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*The Classic Space logo later reappeared in sets of [[Futuron]] and [[Space Police I]]. It was also featured on several jackets of [[Town]] minifigures which first appeared in [[4513 Grand Central Station]] from [[2003]]. Similarly, a white Classic space [[astronaut]] with a jetpack was featured on a [[Tourist|tourist's]] shirt in [[8970 Robo Attack]]. The logo of the [[Mars Mission]] theme from [[2007]] seems to be inspired by the Classic Space logo.
in ur ass
 
   
=== [[Video Game]] Appearances ===
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*A [[Space Police Statue|minifigure statue]] included in [[5974 Galactic Enforcer]] resembles a ''Classic Space'' astronaut, although it does not feature a classic helmet but instead a normal one without visor. The Latin writing on the pedestal says ''"In annos triginta ad caelum infinitum construxit." ("In thirty years it built to the infinite sky")'', commemorating the 30th anniversary of LEGO Space.
* ''[[5731 LEGO Island]]''
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* ''[[5774 LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge]]''
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*The Classic Space astronaut appeared in [[4850307 LEGO Battles|LEGO Battles]] as an unlockable hero unit.
* ''[[Island Xtreme Stunts (Game)]]''
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* The fact that he doesn't have more games is a huge mistake in Lego's part, he will have his revenge.
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*In [[55000 LEGO Universe]], completing all the Crux Prime Achiever missions awards the player with a black Classic Space [[Torso]].
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*[[The LEGO Movie]] features a character named [[Benny (The LEGO Movie)|Benny]], who is a 1980s-style Space astronaut with a cracked helmet and a faded [[Torso]].
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*The [[Galaxy Patrol]] from [[8831 Minifigures Series 7]] has the Classic Space logo on its shoulder pads.
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*The [[Astronaut (Minifigures)|Astronaut]] from [[71011 Minifigures Series 15]] has the Classic Space logo on his shoulders as well as on his torso. He also carries a flag with the logo on it.
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== Vehicles and facilities ==
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Popular spaceships and vehicles from the Classic Space era include:
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[[497 Galaxy Explorer]] (1979), [[6929 Starfleet Voyager]] (1980), [[6950 Mobile Rocket Transport]] (1982), [[6980 Galaxy Commander]] (1983), and [[6985 Cosmic Fleet Voyager]] (1986).
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The major surface bases were:
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[[493 Space Command Center]] (1978), [[483 Alpha-1 Rocket Base]] (1979), [[6970 Beta-1 Command Base]] (1980), [[6971 Intergalactic Command Base]] (1984), and [[6972 Polaris-I Space Lab]] (1987).
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Baseplates from this era:
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[[306 Landing Plates]] (1979), and
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[[305 2 Crater Plates]] (1979)
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== Sets ==
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=== 1978 ===
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{{ThemeTable/renovations
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|462 Rocket Launcher
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|493 Space Command Center
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|885 Space Scooter
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|897 Launcher
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|918 Space Transport
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|926 Command Centre
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}}
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=== 1979 ===
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{{ThemeTable/renovations
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|0012 Space Mini-Figures
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|0013 Space Mini-Figures
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|0014 Space Mini-Figures
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|0015 Space Mini-Figures
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|305 2 Crater Plates
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|306 Landing Plates
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|442 Space Shuttle
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|452 Mobile Tracking Station
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|453 Crater Plates
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|454 Landing Plates
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|483 Alpha-1 Rocket Base
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|487 Space Cruiser
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|497 Galaxy Explorer
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|886 Space Buggy
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|889 Radar Truck
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|891 Two-Man Scooter
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|894 Tracking Station
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|920 Launch Pad
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|924 Transporter
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|928 Galaxy Explorer
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}}
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=== 1980 ===
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{{ThemeTable/renovations
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|6821 Shovel Buggy
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|6841 Mineral Detector
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|6861 X-1 Patrol Craft
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|6901 Mobile Lab
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|6970 Beta-1 Command Base
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}}
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=== 1981 ===
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{{ThemeTable/renovations
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|6801 Rocket Sled
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|6822 Space Shuttle
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|6842 Shuttle Craft
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|6870 Space Probe Launcher
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|6927 All-Terrain Vehicle
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|6929 Starfleet Voyager
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}}
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=== 1982 ===
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{{ThemeTable/renovations
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|6880 Surface Explorer
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|6890 Cosmic Cruiser
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|6950 Mobile Rocket Transport
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}}
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=== 1983 ===
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{{ThemeTable/renovations
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|1593 Lever Bros Space Set
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|1977 Space Value Pack
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|6803 Space Patrol
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|6823 Surface Transport
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|6844 Seismologic Vehicle
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|6930 Space Supply Station
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|6980 Galaxy Commander
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}}
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=== 1984 ===
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{{ThemeTable/renovations
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|1983 Space Value Pack
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|6804 Surface Rover
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|6824 Space Dart-I
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|6846 Tri-Star Voyager
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|6871 Star-Patrol Launcher
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|6881 Lunar Rocket Launcher
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|6928 Uranium Search Vehicle
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|6951 Robot Command Centre
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|6971 Intergalactic Command Base
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}}
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=== 1985 ===
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{{ThemeTable/renovations
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|1968 Space Express
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|1969 Space Value Pack
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|1999 Space Value Pack
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|6805 Astro Dasher
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|6806 Surface Hopper
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|6807 Space Scooter with Robot
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|6825 Cosmic Comet
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|6826 Crater Crawler
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|6847 Space Dozer
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|6848 Interplanetary Shuttle
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|6872 Lunar Patrol Craft
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|6882 Walking Astro Grappler
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|6891 Gamma-V Laser Craft
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|6931 FX-Star Patroller
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|6952 Solar Power Transporter
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}}
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=== 1986 ===
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{{ThemeTable/renovations
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|1526 Space Radar Buggy
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|1557 Space Scooter
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|1558 Mobile Command Trailer
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|1580 Lunar Scout
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|1507 Space Value Pack
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|6702 Space Mini-Figures
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|6750 Sonic Robot
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|6780 XT Starship
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|6783 Sonar Transmitting Cruiser
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|6802 Space Probe
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|6820 Starfire I
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|6845 Cosmic Charger
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|6874 Moon Rover
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|6892 Modular Space Transport
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|6926 Mobile Recovery Vehicle
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|6940 Alien Moon Stalker
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|6985 Cosmic Fleet Voyager
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}}
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=== 1987 ===
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{{ThemeTable/renovations
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|1498 Spy-Bot
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|1499 Twin Starfire
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|1510 Unnamed Bonus Pack
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|5034 Replacement Light & Sound 1x2 Lighting Brick with Coloured Globes
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|6808 Galaxy Trekkor
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|6827 Strata Scooter
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|6849 Satellite Patroller
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|6883 Terrestrial Rover
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|6972 Polaris-I Space Lab
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}}
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=== 1988 ===
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{{ThemeTable/renovations
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|6809 XT-5 And Droid
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}}
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
<gallery captionalign="left">
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<gallery>
pepper_pig.png|There can only be one Pepper.
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Remote Classic Space.png|A remote-controlled Classic Space vehicle prototype from 1985
END_MY_SUFFERING.png|Pepper's back!
 
pepper roni vs tord.png|The battle of the ages
 
magical.png|Pepper Roni's magical, no question.
 
fuhrer pepper.jpg|A born leader of men.
 
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
== See Also ==
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== Minifigures ==
*[[Mama Brickolini]]
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{{MinifigureGallery
*[[Papa Brickolini]]
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|img1=sp003.jpg
*[[Hotpot Brickolini]]
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|txt1=[[Black Classic Spaceman]]
*[[Rosie Brickolini]]
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|img2=sp004.jpg
*[[Bologna Roni]]
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|txt2=[[Blue Classic Spaceman]]
*[[Brickster|the Brickster]]
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|img3=sp005.jpg
*meths recipe
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|txt3=[[Red Classic Spaceman]]
*2001 Lego Island High School Massacre
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|img4=sp006.jpg
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|txt4=[[White Classic Spaceman]]
[[File:church of pizaz.png]]
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|img5=sp007.jpg
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|txt5=[[Yellow Classic Spaceman]]
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}}
   
{{LEGO Island}}
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== Sources ==
[[Category:LEGO Island Minifigures]]
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* [http://www.bzpower.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=330050&hl=Time+Cruisers BZPower Forums]
[[Category:Minifigures introduced in 1997]]
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== External Links ==
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* [http://www.classic-space.com/news.php Classic-space.com] Community centred on LEGO Space
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* [http://www.neoclassicspace.com/ Neo Classic Space] 30th anniversary fan project
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{{Pl|Classic Space}}
 
[[Category:Space]]
 
[[Category:Space]]
 
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The name of this theme is conjectural.
Although this article is based on an official subject, its actual name is pure conjecture.


Classic Space is an unofficial theme in the strict sense, but rather a term that refers to the Space sets that were released before 1987, and shared some common characteristics that set them apart from the following Space sets. Most importantly, all Classic Space Minifigures featured the old visorless helmets, which were eventually phased out in favor of newer helmets with movable visors in 1987. There were also no truly different factions as in the time after 1987. All astronauts of Classic Space were peaceful explorers, and there were no antagonistic groups. The larger flying craft of the Classic Space sets all featured a brick with their set number on it.

The initial introduction of the Space theme marks also the beginning of Classic Space.

Overview

Classic Space 1979

Some of the first Space sets in a catalog from 1979

The first LEGO Space sets were a leap forward in LEGO design. Compared to the LEGO Company's previous spaceflight-related sets (801 Space Rocket in 1964, 358 Rocket Base in 1973, and 565 Moon Landing in 1976), this new theme of sets boasted new parts and building techniques never before seen in LEGO sets. Although the theme used plenty of basic bricks, there were now parts with finer detail used in smoother-looking ships and multi-purpose vehicles.

Despite curiosities such as steering wheels used to direct spacecraft, and often no inflight pilot protection other than a spacesuit (with a visorless helmet!), simple new constructs sparked builders' imaginations. Starting with spaceships and basic wheeled vehicles, the theme developed, occasionally mirroring science fiction designs. As LEGO Space expanded, the basic pattern of ground-buggies, walking robots, small and large spaceships, and bases emerged.

Early Space sets had a simplistically modern yet colourful charm unrivaled by any other mass-produced science-fiction toy of the time. Many of the theme's more specialized pieces had yet to be developed, although when Space was first introduced, many parts were new, or were older parts made in new colours. Examples of these early simple sets include 462 Rocket Launcher (1978), and 442 Space Shuttle, and 452 Mobile Tracking Station (both 1979).

Perfectly suited for utilitarian LEGO Space, gray had finally become a major colour for a LEGO theme, especially as more plate-type parts were made in that colour, even before LEGO Castle whose first predominantly grey castles were not introduced until 1984. Most often, gray Space sets were paired with green windows, and the other predominant colour scheme was blue with yellow windows. With the introduction of the 6929 Starfleet Voyager in 1981, there were also classic spaceships that appeared in white, with blue canopies, albeit this new colour scheme didn't really catch on until the introduction of Futuron in 1987. The advent of this new theme sounded the bell for the end of the Classic Space era. New parts, most notably the new visored helmets, were introduced as well as a distinct looking adversary faction, but it also reprised several elements of Classic Space such as the coloured spacesuits and the concept of civilian space explorers, looking more like a visually updated continuation than a mere replacement.

New sets in the style of Classic Space were still released until 1988, but those sets sported the Futuron colour scheme, although they still included the old minifigures with their visorless helmets.

Notes

Space Police Classic Space Statue

The statue of a Classic Space astronaut that appeared in 5974 Galactic Enforcer

  • Several of the ships in the Classic Space theme have a designation on their hulls, consisting of LL-a number. Later, Benny's Spaceship Spaceship SPACESHIP![1] uses this same type of marking, with it's apparent designation being LL-929, which is also a continuation of a pattern in these ship designations.
    • LL stands for LegoLand, which is the theme that Classic Space was a part of before becoming the actual Space theme.
  • A minifigure statue included in 5974 Galactic Enforcer resembles a Classic Space astronaut, although it does not feature a classic helmet but instead a normal one without visor. The Latin writing on the pedestal says "In annos triginta ad caelum infinitum construxit." ("In thirty years it built to the infinite sky"), commemorating the 30th anniversary of LEGO Space.
  • The Classic Space astronaut appeared in LEGO Battles as an unlockable hero unit.
  • In 55000 LEGO Universe, completing all the Crux Prime Achiever missions awards the player with a black Classic Space Torso.
  • The LEGO Movie features a character named Benny, who is a 1980s-style Space astronaut with a cracked helmet and a faded Torso.

Vehicles and facilities

Popular spaceships and vehicles from the Classic Space era include:

497 Galaxy Explorer (1979), 6929 Starfleet Voyager (1980), 6950 Mobile Rocket Transport (1982), 6980 Galaxy Commander (1983), and 6985 Cosmic Fleet Voyager (1986).

The major surface bases were:

493 Space Command Center (1978), 483 Alpha-1 Rocket Base (1979), 6970 Beta-1 Command Base (1980), 6971 Intergalactic Command Base (1984), and 6972 Polaris-I Space Lab (1987).

Baseplates from this era:

306 Landing Plates (1979), and 305 2 Crater Plates (1979)

Sets

1978

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
462 Box462Rocket Launcher60Red Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman$N/A1978
493 Box493Space Command Center161Red Classic Spaceman (2), White Classic Spaceman (2) 1978
885 Space Scooter885Space Scooter20Red Classic Spaceman 1978
897 Box897Launcher60Red Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman 1978
918 Space Transport918Space Transport85Red Classic Spaceman 1978
926 Command Centre926Command Centre161Red Classic Spaceman (2), White Classic Spaceman (2) 1978


1979

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
0012 Space Mini-Figures0012Space Mini-Figures10Red Classic Spaceman (2) 1979
0013 Space Minifigures0013Space Mini-Figures White Classic Spaceman (2) 1979
0014 Space Minifigures0014Space Mini-Figures Yellow Classic Spaceman 1979
0015 Space Mini-Figures0015Space Mini-Figures18Red Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman 1979
305 Crater Plates3052 Crater Plates2$6.501979
306 Space Landing Plates306Landing Plates2 1979
442 Box442Space Shuttle35White Classic Spaceman 1979
452 Box452Mobile Tracking Station65White Classic Spaceman 1979
453-1453Crater Plates2 1979
454-Lunar Landing Plates454Landing Plates2 1979
483 Box483Alpha-1 Rocket Base170Red Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman (2) 1979
487 Box487Space Cruiser155Red Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman$10.001979
497 Box497Galaxy Explorer325Red Classic Spaceman (2), White Classic Spaceman (2)$32.001979
886 Space Buggy886Space Buggy23White Classic Spaceman 1979
889 Box889Radar Truck23Red Classic Spaceman 1979
891 Two-Man Scooter891Two-Man Scooter35White Classic Spaceman 1979
894 Box894Tracking Station65White Classic Spaceman 1979
920-2-1920Launch Pad170Red Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman (x2) 1979
924 Box924Transporter155Red Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman 1979
928 Galaxy Explorer928Galaxy Explorer325Red Classic Spaceman (2), White Classic Spaceman (2) 1979


1980

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
6821 Box6821Shovel Buggy32White Classic Spaceman 1980
68416841Mineral Detector44Red Classic Spaceman 1980
6861 Box6861X-1 Patrol Craft53Red Classic Spaceman$3.991980
6901-1 Box6901Mobile Lab135Red Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman 1980
6970 Box6970Beta-1 Command Base254Red Classic Spaceman (2), White Classic Spaceman (2)$36.991980


1981

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
6801 Box6801Rocket Sled21White Classic Spaceman 1981
68226822Space Shuttle32Red Classic Spaceman 1981
6842 Box6842Shuttle Craft44Red Classic Spaceman 1981
6870 Box6870Space Probe Launcher52Red Classic Spaceman 1981
6927 Box6927All-Terrain Vehicle167Red Classic Spaceman (1) , White Classic Spaceman (1)$14.501981
6929 Box6929Starfleet Voyager243Red Classic Spaceman$15.001981


1982

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
6880 Box6880Surface Explorer80Yellow Classic Spaceman$7.501982
6890 Box6890Cosmic Cruiser111Red Classic Spaceman$11.001982
6950 Box6950Mobile Rocket Transport202Yellow Classic Spaceman (x2) 1982


1983

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
1593 Lever Bros Space Set1593Lever Bros Space Set313Red Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman 1983
19771977Space Value Pack82Red Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman 1983
6803 Space Patrol6803Space Patrol23White Classic Spaceman 1983
6823 Box6823Surface Transport25Yellow Classic Spaceman 1983
6844 Box6844Seismologic Vehicle40White Classic Spaceman 1983
6930 Box6930Space Supply Station200Red Classic Spaceman (2), Yellow Classic Spaceman (2) 1983
6980 Box6980Galaxy Commander427Red Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman (2), White Classic Spaceman (2) 1983


1984

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
1983-11983Space Value Pack97Blue Classic Spaceman, Red Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman 1984
6804 Box6804Surface Rover16White Classic Spaceman$1.971984
6824 Box6824Space Dart-I43Blue Classic Spaceman 1984
6846 Box6846Tri-Star Voyager66Red Classic Spaceman$4.451984
6871 Box6871Star-Patrol Launcher66Red Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman 1984
6881 Box6881Lunar Rocket Launcher94White Classic Spaceman 1984
6928 Box6928Uranium Search Vehicle196Black Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman 1984
6951 Box6951Robot Command Centre278Black Classic Spaceman, Red Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman 1984
6971 Box6971Intergalactic Command Base312Black Classic Spaceman, Blue Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman 1984


1985

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
1968 Box1968Space Express177Red Classic Spaceman 1985
19691969Space Value Pack151Red Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman 1985
19991999Space Value Pack89Yellow Classic Spaceman, Red Classic Spaceman 1985
6805 Box6805Astro Dasher26Blue Classic Spaceman 1985
6806 Box6806Surface Hopper Red Classic Spaceman 1985
6807-16807Space Scooter with Robot23Yellow Classic Spaceman 1985
6825 Box6825Cosmic Comet37White Classic Spaceman 1985
6826 Box6826Crater Crawler26Yellow Classic Spaceman 1985
6847 Box6847Space Dozer47Yellow Classic Spaceman 1985
6848-1 Box6848Interplanetary Shuttle50Red Classic Spaceman 1985
6872-1 Box6872Lunar Patrol Craft85Yellow Classic Spaceman 1985
6882 Box6882Walking Astro Grappler86Black Classic Spaceman 1985
6891 Box6891Gamma-V Laser Craft132Black Classic Spaceman, Robot 1985
6931 Box6931FX-Star Patroller218Yellow Classic Spaceman 1985
6952 Solar Power Transporter6952Solar Power Transporter299Blue Classic Spaceman, Black Classic Spaceman, White Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman 1985


1986

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
15261526Space Radar Buggy Yellow Classic Spaceman 1986 (unreleased)
1557 Box1557Space Scooter25Red Classic Spaceman 1986
1558 Box1558Mobile Command Trailer64Black Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman 1986
1580 Package1580Lunar Scout67Blue Classic Spaceman 1986
1507 Space Value Pack1507Space Value Pack89Black Classic Spaceman, Red Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman 1986
6702-Space Mini-Figures6702Space Mini-Figures56Black Classic Spaceman, Blue Classic Spaceman, Red Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman$5.001986
6750 Box6750Sonic Robot103Blue Classic Spaceman, Red Classic Spaceman 1986
6780 Box6780XT Starship201Yellow Classic Spaceman 1986
6783 Box6783Sonar Transmitting Cruiser345Red Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman$50.001986
6802 Box6802Space Probe20Yellow Classic Spaceman 1986
6820 Starfire I6820Starfire I32Blue Classic Spaceman 1986
6845 Cosmic Charger6845Cosmic Charger48White Classic Spaceman 1986
6874 Box6874Moon Rover63Red Classic Spaceman, Yellow Classic Spaceman 1986
6892 Box6892Modular Space Transport141Yellow Classic Spaceman (2) 1986
6926 Box6926Mobile Recovery Vehicle147Yellow Classic Spaceman (2) 1986
6940 Alien Moon Stalker6940Alien Moon Stalker259Blue Classic Spaceman, Red Classic Spaceman 1986
6985 Box6985Cosmic Fleet Voyager404 1986


1987

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
1498 Spy-Bot1498Spy-Bot66 1987
1499 Box1499Twin Starfire85Yellow Classic Spaceman (2) 1987
15101510Unnamed Bonus Pack151Yellow Classic Spaceman (2) 1987
5034-15034Replacement Light & Sound 1x2 Lighting Brick with Coloured Globes5 1987
6808 Box6808Galaxy Trekkor31Blue Classic Spaceman 1987
6827 Box6827Strata Scooter28Blue Classic Spaceman 1987
6849 Box6849Satellite Patroller39Yellow Classic Spaceman 1987
6883 Box6883Terrestrial Rover99White Classic Spaceman 1987
6972 Box6972Polaris-I Space Lab386Blue Classic Spaceman (3) 1987


1988

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
6809 Box6809XT-5 And Droid37Blue Classic Spaceman 1988


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