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I went to the new Lego shop in Liverpool UK today I asked if they had Lego fire brigade and they said it has now been discontinued and sold the last five this morning. It is still saying back orders accepted on website. They said they only hear about a set being discontinued a week before they sell out, if you are looking for it I would grab one soon
This chunky Desert Racer is built for rugged driving. There is a pull-back motor to power it forward as well as 4 massive tires to tackle any obstacle. This great little model also features a roll-cage to protect the driver and a row of lights across the top. There’s also a cool winch to get it out of tough spots as well as an angled exhaust and, as a finishing touch, the bodywork has decals and a race number. For an even more action-packed play experience, combine your model with 42026 Black Champion Racer to create a Race Truck with 2 pull-back motors!.
With these sets it is possible to build or convert manually-operated mechanical movement to motorized using electric motors which are controlled via switches or IR remote control. Future plans for this set include more parts which will add even more function/control possibilities.[citation needed]. Lego has already started to design and sell Lego Technic models (sets) which can be easily retrofitted with the Power Functions system. For example, models like the 8294 Excavator and 8295 Telescopic Handler are sold like classic Lego Technic models with manual motorization but are designed with free space for the Power Functions components with factory instructions on how to perform the conversion to an electrically operated model.
Take on the challenge of building The Tumbler, an amazingly cool LEGO model of the iconic vehicle from the Batman The Dark Knight Trilogy. Check out the cool, detailed interior and adjustable top wing…
What do you think? How do you like the LEGO Creator Palace Cinema? Do you have it already? Or are you planning to get it before it is retired and sold out? Which one is your favorite LEGO Modular Building so far? Feel free to share your and own review in the comment section below! 😉
A great source of individual parts (new and used) is Bricklink, an online network of stores who sell Lego piece by piece, as well as some complete sets. You’ll find almost everything cheaper than eBay here.
I wouldn’t worry too much about the retired sets. Aftermarket prices increase with time, but not as much as when a popular set retires. Just get in on the lineup before it progresses even more than it has now.
@rocao – Maybe we’re using different terminology for the same scale… what I call Town Plan or Classic Scale (door = 3 bricks tall) is in this instance (a very beautifully executed group of buildings) as microscale.
Particularly with Lego sets, these manipulative tasks were easier to follow when first done by someone else, rather than simply reading instruction booklets. This is beneficial for the brains of both children and adults, developing new ways of learning and quicker ways of processing instruction.
^ I agree, they do risk straining the bubble a bit with the minifigs generating a certain collecting culture, but look at it this way, if they sell 3 modulars per customer, I bet they’ll not be complaining 🙂
This set has incredible detail, and is fun to build. I built this set (Dad), and each of my boys built the other two (Fire Brigade and Pet Shop) . The build was enjoyable, and it was fun to watch them come together. in fact, we enjoyed it so much, that we started building the sets on a Sunday morning together, and we all stayed with it until the sets were done a few hours later. It was a fun family project.
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NOTE: This set is retired and is no longer sold by LEGO. That means you’ll only be able to find this set available via the secondary market with secondary sellers. To keep things in perspective, the original retail price for this set was $79.99.
We are a company of Lego enthusiasts whose aim is to sell discontinued Lego products for the cheapest price that is possible. We often have some of the best Lego deals in the UK, especially on rare and hard to find sets. As we are collectors and huge fans of Lego ourselves, we are different to the large retailers who sell a variety of products. We have a passion for keeping our products in great condition and will never send out products that are not suitable to give as presents. We have been collecting Lego for many years now and our collection consists of the entire Lego Architecture range, VW Beetle, VW Camper, a couple of Ferrari’s, (Lego ones, not real ones), loads of Minifigures and much, much more.
TECHNIC has always had a variety of different electric motors. Some are connected via built-in batteries, others use connected battery boxes, and still others run on mainly electricity using a transformer. Most modern sets use batteries.
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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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 of them. Personally, I have nothing before FB and I would only pay original list price for any of the ones before it.
This was a gift for my son for the holidays and I am pleased with it. He enjoys legos and everything Batman so this was a clear choice when I needed to find stuff for him. This set was cute and I couldn’t find a similar one in stores locally so I was happy to find one on Amazon. My son and his father really enjoyed putting it together and my son still plays with it pretty frequently.
Batman and Robin are holding Poison Ivy at the Batcave. But look out. Bane has broken into the Batcave in his awesome spinning drill tank and is trying to rescue Poison Ivy. Help Batman and Robin put Bane back behind bars where he belongs. Includes minifigures: Bruce Wayne, Batman, Robin, Poison Ivy and Bane.
A T-junction is a very small piece that allows three pieces of tubing to connect into one junction, essentially splitting (or joining) airflow from two hoses into one. These only allow 1:2 branching, but by combining T-junctions, any number of branches can be achieved (i.e.: one tube can branch into three by using two T-junctions).
Template LEGO Technic Drag Racer 42050 Building Kit Product Details Product Dimensions: 15 x 10.3 x 3.7 inches Item Weight: 2.3 pounds Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S. International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More Origin: Mexico Item model number: 6135809 Manufacturer recommended age: 10 – 15 years Features a huge, detailed V8 engine with moving pistons, working steering, huge rear tires, giant rear spoiler and large exhaust pipes Check out the vivid-blue and black color scheme with flame stickers Raise the body shell to reveal the detailed chassis, exhaust pipes and working transmission Activate the wheelie function to pull long wheelies, upgrade with the 8293 LEGO Power Functions set (not included)… Less
For a more affordable mid-life crisis, the Technic Porsche 911 should provide you with a time-consuming task to help you restock mentally, as you build one of Lego’s most challenging and intricate models to date. The set includes over 2,000 pieces.
Having said all that… I really like this set and think it’s a worthy addition to any LEGO city/camping scene. See my images. However, since it would be very difficult to find this set for the retail price, and I would be reluctant to recommend you pay the secondary market premium, I would recommend an alternative.
I disappeared into the Harry Potter Lego Internet rabbit hole and here are a few of the places I’ve found to buy discontinued Harry Potter Lego sets, or even used Lego pieces — all without breaking the bank.
The vehicles sub-theme of the Creator Expert lineup has seen box redesigns for all of the older sets and the entire collection now features the new Creator Expert logo that was introduced on the Ferrari F40 box.
Yes thats actually what happened to me, I recovered an old catalog from 2007, flipped through it, and found the Cafe Corner. My eyes widened as I drooled over the set (its price was listed as $130.) I couldnt find it on legoshop.com, so I looked on eBay and found one for $1040. I was then really disappointed, because I could never afford it at that price…
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On a separate note, I was checking Bricklink for prices on the retired sets, and noticed the Pet Shop is up now, with two of the sellers being in USA. I guess that means its starting to hit the shelves and times running out!!
Personally, I love the entire line (Market Street excluded since it’s neither part of the official line nor up to snuff with the other sets) and have at least one of each. I’m really debating how many of the Pet Shop to get. That town house included with it really opens up the possibility of an entire residential street of a dozen of those models and the pet shop itself can be modified for many other purposes. I would still like to see a police station, city hall, hotel (an actual hotel, not just the sign for one), bank, corner post office, library and numerous other shops like a barber, corner drug store, butcher, baker (no candlestick maker) and corner pub.
You specifically excluded price to piece ratio from your assessment of them being overpriced, but to me, that’s far and away the most pertinent measure. Factors not intrinsic to the bricks, such as third party licensing and packaging (Architecture series) would constitute examples where sets become overpriced relative to sets without those features. Intrinsically, I could understand the argument that the increased specialization of parts translates to a higher overall price to piece ratio, as well. But I just don’t follow the logic that a change in scale which necessitates more parts is equivalent to overpricing.

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