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Just a reminder! LEGO had labeled four sets with “LAST CHANCE!” in their catalog. This may be really your last chance to get those sets. If you received LEGO catalog back in September, you may notice that the 10248 Ferrari… Continue Reading →
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Stafford considers the Galidor line to be Lego’s most heinous offense. Based on a kid’s show of the same name, the line was basically an action figure series with awkward features like interchangeable arms for characters. Each set in the line featured specialized pieces, which were expensive to produce and in practically no way resembled a Lego product.
It has been criticized because the figures don’t actually fit inside the Tumbler, but that’s not really it’s purpose – it’s meant to be more of an engaging, quality build for adult LEGO fans, rather than something to be played with a whole lot. The Tumbler (set number 76023) is a little harder to find since it was discontinued by LEGO, but can still be found on Amazon for $325 .
Jamie Berard and I have traded Emails in the past (I didn’t know it was him talking on the videos, since I didn’t see his name on Youtube, plus I never met him in person…) but he did buy my first LEGO CD (1949-80) 2 years ago…. and he’s a brilliant builder…
A challenge faced by the designers of these sets is that they are not able to work with the full palette of Lego bricks and colors ever produced when designing. Instead they are limited to the bricks and colors currently in production by Lego at the time of the product design. As an example, for Café Corner, the designer wanted to include a bicycle piece in the set, but at the time, the machine that made bicycle pieces was broken. It had to be fixed in order for the designer to be able to include the piece in his design.[1] With Market Street, the fan designer was limited to only the bricks and color combinations available as ‘active components,’ meaning bricks that were already in production. No new bricks could be introduced.[3]
I was perusing Amazon when I just happened to stumble across this set. I haven’t purchased anything LEGO since I was a kid, a decade and a half ago. However, as an outdoors enthusiast who loves to camp (and would love a camper in real life), I just couldn’t resist the set. And, let me tell you, it blew me away.
My 8 year old son got this for his birthday and loved it. It went together pretty easily for him. It is a little slow moving but works beautifully. Maybe a little pricey for the use that it will get, but otherwise a winner.
I’ve tried to design and build with the following quote in mind; Parisian Café (2014) : “It is one of the first Modular Buildings to really evolve the concept to a new level of storytelling and detailing.” – Jamie Berard, LEGO® Design Manager Specialist.
Why? Although it won’t take off the ground it is a really cool looking helicopter and you can add Power Functions so the rotor spins like a real helicopter. This is one of the next model I will buy. Here is my review. I really enjoyed this set.
Discover awesome detail and design with this amazing 2-in-1 LEGO® Technic Rally Car model, featuring sporty blue, white, red and black bodywork with racing stickers, large rear spoiler, 4 spot lamps and 6-spoke red rims with low-profile tires. This advanced building set also features a detailed cockpit with racing seats and roll cage, 2-fan engine cooling system, opening hood and rear hatch, and a V6 engine with moving pistons. Rebuild the Rally Car to create a Buggy for a double build and play experience.
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Bought this Lego set for my nephew. It was his first Lego set and he did so well that he is now hooked and has an incredible Lego collection. Perfect starter set, not too many pieces. He is now building the huge Lego sets all on his own and has a whole 4 tier shelf dedicated to his built Legos.
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Commemorative box set with built-in Joker sound chip given away at the San Diego Comic Convention 2005 to announce the launch of the Batman range. Includes Batman and The Joker minifigures. Limited to 250 sets.
It may seem bad now that 6/9 modulars are gone, but if you can get one of the retired ones (some stores may have some on hand), you could potentially have half of all the modulars since the Detective’s Office will make it an even 10. If you’re not irritated about missing the first few, I wouldn’t worry about missing a good chunk them. Personally, I have nothing before FB and I would only pay original list price for any of the ones before it.
Ride The Scuttler with Batman to rescue hostages taken by The Joker at Commissioner Gordons retirement party, with this exciting set from THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE. The highly posable Scuttler features a net shooter, six stud shooters, extendable arms, an opening minifigure cockpit and hidden jetpack for Batman. Batman is also equipped with a Batarang to take on The Joker, Poison Ivy and her vine monster. Includes six minifigures.
We bought these for the little boy my daughter babysits, for a 5th birthday gift. He LOVES it! His mom reports that he put it together by himself just following the directions, and loves playing with it.
Lego modular fire truck with two firemen and a dog. Exact replica to the one from 10197 Fire Brigade. I built it using pieces from my collection. The pieces are in good condition. There are some that …
The Parisian Restaurant (set # 10243) is absolutely fabulous. It contains three levels that are each distinct and include a lot of fun and creative details. The kitchen, for instance, includes everything a world-class chef might want and the art studio is perfect for a budding Picasso complete with easel, paints and several finished canvases – your Lego town may just need to open a gallery to showcase the work! The architecture on the exterior is top notch as well. I especially like the stone in the chimney and all of the flowers and greenery are an added touch. It truly makes me want to visit this restaurant for an afternoon snack or elegant outside evening dining. Personally, I found this one the most fun to build!
@yys4u: I understand the desire to be complete, but if cost is really an issue, I would suggest doing as colethegeek says: buy the current ones at the more reasonable retail price, since they’ll be enough for an impressive street scene. After that, if you still desire the out of print sets, you can begin on those, and hopefully your financial situation is improved. Also, I would focus on getting Cafe Corner and Green Grocer and pass on Market Street.
If Amazon is able to bring in more set of this will be better for all other family yet to own it. The price from 3rd party seller are too high! At 149.99, this set will be a must to have for all lego modular fans..

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