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The newest LEGO Modular Buildings – the #10232 LEGO Creator Palace Cinema, and the #10243 LEGO Creator Parisian Restaurant – are shown as available. I just finished building the #10243 LEGO Creator Parisian Restaurant, and I will say this; if you only buy one LEGO Modular set, get this one. I enjoyed every step of the building process and the final model is just so lovely. Building adult-oriented sets is so different from building regular LEGO sets; they are so much denser, there is so much more detail, and the techniques used are so interesting. I don’t know how many times I said to myself during building “Wow! It’s so cool how they did that!”
It’s interesting though, for example, doing a little research on the Modular Buildings, it looks like the average active selling life per set is about 2+ years. Strange that Market Street’s life was “cut short”. Not sure about the average life for SW, HP or the rest.
The fourth in the series, 10197 Fire Brigade was the first modular building to include a vehicle in the form of a classic 1930’s fire engine. The building itself is detailed with red and grey brick architecture, and features a garage for the fire engine, fireman’s pole, and rooftop bell. The Fire Brigade was the first modular building to be stockpiled in large amounts by resellers and is considerably less rare and expensive than it’s predecessor, the Green Grocer.
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Okay, maybe I’m not understanding everything completely… I’ve been looking for 10199 winter toy shop… S@H doesn’t have it on their website, and it seems to be scarce online. The lowest price I can find it is $70 when the MSRP is $60. If it’s not “discontinued” yet, is it just sold out? And why doesn’t Lego carry it?
Start a High Speed Chase through the streets of Lego City when the burglar escapes in his super fast sports car. He won’t get far with the stolen cash when Chase McCain is on duty. Chase him with the Elite Police vehicle and Elite Police motorcycle. Then take a shortcut to block the road with a tire-shredding spike strip that will send the speeding villain spinning out of control. Includes unique code to unlock special missions and vehicles in the Lego City Undercover video game. Includes 3 minifigures: Chase McCain, a burglar and an Elite Police rider with handcuffs.
LEGO Black Technic Liftarm 1×9 Bent 6-4 Thick Lot of 50 Parts Pieces 6629 LEGO Black Technic Liftarm 1×9 Bent 6-4 Thick Lot of 50 Parts Pieces 6629 Official LEGO brand parts. These parts are all brand new and only handled for sorting, counting, and bagging, never snapped together.
I’ve just asked Lego Direct about it, while on the phone to them placing an order, and I spoke to a most apologetic man, who said that he had no idea when sets were retired, but Exclusives were normally 3 years and normal sets 2. I don’t know if you just got lucky with who you spoke to on the phone @winter_zombie, or maybe they were wildly speculating. He said the Death Star had been around for ages and was still going strong which would imply that he hasn’t heard of it going anytime soon. I have to admit I was hoping that the DS and EN would be included in the sale, but no luck…
Drive out into remote areas with the mobile LEGO City Arctic Outpost and investigate the secrets of the ice in its high-tech laboratory! The truck’s powerful engine and massive tires means it can cope with the toughest conditions. Pull out the box of tools from the trunk and unclip the circular saw and wrench from the sides of the truck. Open up the detachable mobile lab to reveal an impressive array of equipment, including computer screens and microscope, to support the explorers in the search for the secrets hidden in the ice. Cut through the ice block with the chainsaw and attach the all-terrain vehicle’s chain to drag it back to the Outpost. Then activate the crane to lift the ice into the lab for analysis. Includes 3 Arctic explorer minifigures with accessories.
Town Hall (set number 10224) was released in March 2012 and is the seventh set in the Modular Building line. The set contains 2766 pieces and is recommended for builders 14 and over. It is the tallest Modular set, taking the title from the Green Grocer—having three floors with generally higher ceilings than the norm, plus a clock and bell tower on the roof. It contains many interior details, such as a working elevator, along with board tables and balconies to look to the floor below. Along with many the interior decor details the building features the pilastered portico and brick façade treatments of United States Colonial Revival architecture. The 1891 date on the building represents the birth year of the founder of LEGO and when reversed, it’s the birth year of the designer, Astrid (1981). The set was priced at £149.99/US$199.99/179.99€ when released by LEGO on February 16, 2012. There are eight minifigures in the set including a wedding couple. The set had a global discontinuation date of 31 December 2014 and had a much shorter lifespan than its predecessors.
Nice list, i’d suggest the grand prix racer (lego technic 42000) for the 7th spot. Can have power functions added to it but the main reason is just the thing being very detailed and close to 60cm long.
In original box, with original instructions. Some scuffs marks on the box but no cracks on the tray inside the box and no tears / stains in the instructions. Complete with all genuine, clean Lego piec…
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.
When the first set in the series, Café Corner, was released, the designer indicated that more sets would follow in the series only if sales of the first set were successful.[1] In a later interview in 2008 covering the third set in the series, Green Grocer, the designer indicated that sales had been strong enough to support four sets in the series (referring to the planned 2009 release of Fire Brigade as the fourth set).[10]
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^ 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 🙂
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LEGO City Great Vehicles Pizza Van 60150 Construction Toy Product Features Pizza van features opening sides and a kitchen area for the chef to serve pizza, scooter features space behind the seat for a pizza box, and a a buildable table with parasol Accessory elements include a pizza box, full pizza, pizza slice and French fries Includes two minifigures: a pizza van chef and a customer Pizza van measures over 3” (8cm) high, 5” (14cm) long and 1” (5cm) wide Scooter measures over 1” (3cm) high, 1” (5cm) long and under 1” (2cm) wide, table with parasol measures over 2” (6cm) high, 1” (4cm) wide and 1” (4cm) deep This real life scenario building toy offers an age-appropriate build and play experience for ages 5-12 Product Description Make and serve some pizza for your customers with the LEGO… Less
Designed with builders of all ages in mind, this collection of LEGO® bricks in 35 different colors will encourage open-ended building play, and inspire any imagination. Windows, eyes, and lots and lots of wheels add to the fun and offer endless possibilities for…
I have all the sets except Market Street. I also have an extra Green Grocer MISB. I am so fortunate that I bought the Cafe Corner when I did. It had already been discontinued when I purchased it at the LEGO store. A fluke. My advice to all of you that don’t have the Cafe Corner or an unlimited income…. Move on with your Lego life. The Green Grocer is still somewhat attainable. Every time you look over at the Fire Brigade, Grand Emporium, and now the Pet Shop you will be reminded of what could have been.
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Nice, a crawlspace for those of you making your “John Wayne Gacy setup”. Ok, a bit tasteless, I know. But seriously I love these buildings! I collect sets that will display well as I do not interact with them other than to admire details. I just finished the fire brigade and soon will be starting my grand emporium thats sitting in my closet. I missed the first three but I think I will definitely go after the green grocer for sure. I really wish I would have come out of my dark ages maybe a year or two earlier as I missed alot of the Star wars ucs sets, the first of these and the taj majal and carousel. Oh well, heres to the future sets that I will not miss again.
Originally place: Made in China 100% brand new and In High Quality . Color products finalized by the real object dimensions are manual measurement, there may be 1-2 cm error Led USB powered, easy to install Note: This list includes only light kit for Building Blocks
Lego Technic system expands on the normal LEGO bricks with a whole range of new bricks that offer new function and building styles. The most significant change from normal LEGO is that single-stud wide bricks (‘beams’) have circular holes through their vertical face, positioned in-between the studs. These holes can accommodate pins, which enable two beams to be held securely together side-by-side, or hinged at an angle. The holes also act as bearings for axles, on which gears and wheels can be attached to create complex mechanisms. Stud-less beams (studs are the bumps traditionally associated with Lego parts), referred to as ‘liftarms’ were first introduced in 1989 and through the 1990s and 2000s and increasing number of liftarm designs have been introduced over time.
Why? Are you kidding? Just look how cool it looks, I couldn’t but buy it. Also it has IR remote control, two L Motors and one of the new servo motors ( no more rubber bands on the steering ). Read my review of this fantastic set here.
The set is incredibly intricate. There are 5 books to work your way through and each section is incredibly well thought out in terms of build quality and creativity of each individual section. You’ll rarely repeat the same thing twice.
Nice! Have fun bulding your Palace Cinema! I forgot to mention that since the Town Hall was on backorder when I called in, I ended up placing two separate orders (so the Parisian gets shipped right away). They actually got shipped out just one day apart, but this way I got two holiday sets. Love those little elves! 😛
Modular Buildings is a series of Lego building toy sets introduced in 2007. Created in response to feedback and suggestions from the Adult Fans of Lego (AFOL), and the Teen Fans of Lego (TFOL) community, the sets in this series are generally intended for more advanced builders with most sets containing more than 2,000 total pieces and making use of unorthodox building techniques which have not been tried before in official Lego sets. In contrast to most LEGO sets which are aimed at children and adolescents, the suggested age of most sets in the Modular Buildings series is 16 years or older. The Modular Buildings sets have been received with positive reviews, being considered by Lego designers and fans as for adults”.
I think the church would be to controversial due to the nature of religious groups feeling they may not be represented in a set, so I would assume they would not make a church building unless there were one for all of the major religions. also i think a museum would be a cool addition.

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