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Following the included instructions and using pieces in the starter kit, kids can build a house, helicopter, dog, and car. The only flaw is that the instructions may be challenging for younger children, and require adult assistance.
This kind of project is definitely take a lot of resources, both on time and money, but isn’t that what hobbies are for? I already started ordering a couple hundred euros on the first pieces, and I’ll keep on this until I completed it. I’ll keep you posted.
This is a great way to get started on building your own supercar with lego technic studless beams. This kit has parts that you would spend up to $300 for at bricklink.com The power functions in this set are useless, however. You will have to research & buy those separately. The two motors you get with this won’t steer and move a custom model.
My impression of the “discontinued” dates listed above is that they’re the projected times when the sets should be removed from the available inventory, assuming they haven’t already sold out. IE, if 10211 hasn’t already sold out before December 2013, that’s the date that they’ll remove it from the catalog regardless. And they’ll probably put it on sale X months before then to try and encourage it to sell out.
LEGO CITY Fire Ladder Truck 60107 Product Features Features a Fire Ladder Truck with extending ladder and hose, plus an oil barrel Move the Fire Ladder Truck into position, extend the ladder and get above the fire Accessory elements include a fire extinguisher, shovel, circular saw, water studs and an axe Fire Ladder Truck measures over 3 (8cm) high, 7 (20cm) long and 1 (5cm) wide Pull out the fire hose and shoot the water elements with the stud-shooting function to put out the fire Product Description Be a hero in LEGO City with the Fire Ladder Truck, featuring an extending ladder that spins 360 degrees and a pull-out fire hose with a special stud-shooter function to knock down the flames. Includes 2 minifigures: a female firefighter and a male firefighter. Brand Story By LEGO
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The 3rd image takes those same railing fence pieces, and along with some of those (now rare and pricey) Belville “gingerbread” arches… made a Victorian Gazebo with them. This time I didn’t use any of the sticker parts to hide the “notches”. I sent this image to Jamie Berard 2 years ago (after he ordered my LEGO Sets/Parts Collectors Guide on CD)… and he really liked it… but said that his team of designers were NOT allowed to mix in Belville parts with their designs. I do believe that this restriction has since been lifted… but wouldn’t this make a nice addition in a park adjacent to the Victorian row of designer models?? All it needs is some minifigs, trees… and maybe a minifig brass band! 🙂
We built this set as a joint project, and it’s such a cool LEGO set. You can see in all of the windows, so it really has a great deal of dimension. However, this was also the very first LEGO set we have ever purchased that was missing pieces! We are still waiting for LEGO to respond to our inquiry about how to get what was not in the box so we can finish the complete structure.
Not the best set for adult collectors, though my kids did like it for all the animals included within — a dog, a crab and THREE sharks! The build for the Coast Guard boat is okay. It’s designed to be a bathtub toy, so the base of the boat (the entire white area from the deck on down) is just one gigantic plastic piece. The lettering and graphics you see are stickers as opposed to being printed on, and I can’t imagine they’ll last long after being played with in water.
Most of the remaining Harry Potter Lego sets were apparently snapped up in stores during the Christmas rush, and now it’s hard to find Harry Potter Lego sets at a reasonable price. (Evidently, it’s not a new thing for investors to buy up collectible toys like this, and resell them online for two or three times the price.) What’s a geeky Dad to do? I want to encourage creative play and nurture her individual interests, but the prices of these hard-to-find Harry Potter Legos sets are eye-popping!

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