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So my question is, should I pass on this theme as a whole, or jump in right now and start relocating my assets to get the three sets that are still out. How many people out here are collecting them and how many pass them up based on price or lack of interest? Again I don’t have many city sets, (currently the only city sets I have that are complete and constructed are the City Small Car (3177), and Camper (7639)). But then again, it would be an excellent display for many Collectible Minifigures, which I collect avidly.
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So what do you think? How do you like the LEGO Modular Buildings? Do you own any of them? Which one is your favorite? And which one are you planning to get next? Feel free to share in the comment section below! 😉
Early TECHNIC motors used the standard 4.5V system, interchangeable with the Trains theme and consisted of a large brick with a small protruding axle. When the motor is activated, the axle rotates. From 1990 onward, this was changed to the 9V system in line with other LEGO themes. The output rotation has a high RPM, but low torque, so it cannot be used to turn heavy objects without additional gears. Later motors contained a hole into which an axle of any length can be inserted.
These pieces used a special kind of one-way valve inside of them, and three ports on the outside. The leftmost port could only have air going into it, no air would ever come out. The middle port could have air going in or out. The right port could only have air coming out of it, no air could go into it.
LEGO Ideas 20306 Beatles Yellow Submarine is an excellent representation of the iconic Yellow Submarine from the famous 1968 film! Yellow submarine features a removable top cockpit that fits all four Beatles minifigures, four rotating periscopes, two rotating propellers and… Continue Reading →
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I didn’t actually do this but I think, right now, (late 2012) if you want new copies of each, you are looking at around 3500-4000 USD, plus or minus. (Quick check, the cheapest new, MISB Cafe Corner is 1300ish, Green Grocer about 500ish and Market Street around 1300 as well… the others are less since they are still in production, yoiu can probably get all 4 for less than a grand…)
In recent years, System sets have begun to adopt previously TECHNIC-exclusive parts, particularly in Exclusives and Star Wars sets. Many modern sets, including TECHNIC sets themselves, blur the distinction between the two systems to a considerable degree.
The façade of the building features pink-and-teal 20th Century Art Deco-phase of styling with a large pink ‘DINER’ sign. Though Streamline Moderne style architecture first emerged in the 1930s this modular has a more 1950s-style color treatment than the general era of previous Modulars (~1930s). Other external features include arched linteled windows, balconies and a wrought iron-style exterior staircase and a detailed sidewalk, complete with mailbox, parking meter, flower pots and the iconic white streetlamp of the Modular collection. It’s the third Modular set to include a vehicle– this time a 1950’s-style convertible automobile recalling an homage to Elvis Presley’s pink Cadillacs. (One of the minifigures also an Elvis-style of pompadour hairstyle.)
1997 Divers (2), Submersible Driver, Helicopter Pilot, Skeleton, Monkey, Parrot, Dolphin, Great White Shark, Sawfish, Stingray, Octopus Research Lab with Helipad and Crane, White Submersible with four arms, Raft, Yellow Helicopter and Shark Cave 316 elements
^– if you call Lego 10 different times you will most likely get at least 5 different answers… some Lego customer reps are more knowledgeable than others BUT I still think this list does not add up…
Since the company’s beginning in 1932, Lego has grown to be the world’s third largest toy manufacturer, and for good reason. No child or adult can resist creating their favorite monuments, figurines, ships, carousels, and many more! As for the Lego set collectors who love Star Wars, the Millennium Falcon set will keep your Jedi impulses at bay while you’re out in public. If you prefer Batman, then “Holy Cow!” you have to allow yourself to have a ball with the Batcave set! If you just want a good ‘ol pirate-ey time, then land your ship and drop your anchor on the Skull’s Eye Schooner set. Interestingly, the Lego name is derived from the two Danish words “Leg” and “Godt,” which means “play well,” and so you should.
Anyone else noticed that 6212 – X-Wing (http://www.brickset.com/detail/?set=6212-1) has disappeared from S@H (UK)? This slipped under my radar and was pointed out to me by @Kempo81. This is a great set IMO, and the length of time on-sale (nearly 4 years) suggest it was a great seller.
The minifigures are worth the price of this set alone. The Penguin is of course cool, and he comes with an umbrella and a little detonator for the dynamite, but I think the unique scuba Batman is the best part of the set. He comes in a navy blue batsuit with a harpoon gun and a scuba tank. His face is also two-sided; one side has his normal Batman face while the other shows him with a diving mask and respirator, and it looks really neat under the cowl.
For Lego collectors seeking the best and most expensive Lego sets, this set is one to get your hands on. One customer wrote, “This is my favorite so far. It was great seeing this fully [built] and sitting majestically on the cabinet. My friend suggested it may need some lights. Next time I put it together I may try adding a few light bricks inside so there will be a bit of a glow from it.” He may be referencing the fact that the Taj Mahal takes on different hues according to the time of the day; a pinkish color in the morning, a milk white in the evening, and a golden color at night.
Lego City is a theme under which Lego building sets are released. As the name suggests, Lego City sets are based on city life, with the models depicting city and emergency services (such as police and fire), airport, train, construction, and civilian services.
I know the Admin and I are going to be trying out the I-Brix lighting system. It’s not out yet but scheduled for December to its Kickstarter backers. Not sure how much longer after that before it becomes available retail.
Space (City) is the third attempt at depicting contemporary efforts in space. The theme was preceded by Shuttle Adventure, which was released in 2010 under the Lego Exclusives line to coincide with the retirement of the Space Shuttle. The set proved to be extremely popular among children and was re-released in 2011 as Shuttle Expedition with several re-designs to improve playability.
#10255 LEGO Creator Assembly Square – released in 2017 – this is the largest LEGO Modular Building to date, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the collection. It should be around until 2021, although it might get retired earlier due to the higher price-tag (and thus less units selling).
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LEGO Technic Drag Racer 42050 Building Kit 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) for motorized driving and wheelie functionality This LEGO Technic model is designed to provide an immersive and rewarding building experience, appropriate for children aged 10 to 16 Power up this authentic 2-in-1 dragster replica, featuring a distinctive muscle car look and an array of true-to-life details, including a massive V8 engine with… Less
Lego Mini Modulars 10230 Discontinued in December 2013 and is now very hard to find. Mini Modulars – it’s the Modular Building series…in miniature! This exclusive mini modulars set is an authentic miniature representation of the first 5 buildings in the Modular Building series: Café Corner, Market Street, Green Grocer,…
Lego 60052 CITY Cargo Train   This 2014 City Lego Train set is brand new and the package is factory sealed. This awesome set features an 8 channel remote control that can be used to power the train through 7 speeds! Also includes a working cargo crane, a cattle car and an awesome locomotive. The LEGO City Cargo Train is perfect for Lego enthusiasts. This set features a cargo station with a real working crane to load the Octan gas onto the cargo car, an open animal car, a car for carrying the included gigantic spools, a forklift, a cargo truck and much more! Includes 4 Minifigures. Control the train with the battery operated Power Functions remote control! Includes 30 sections of track!   Requires 9 AAA batteries (not included). 888 pcs. This item ships Worldwide! Thanks for looking!… Less
Aye, Lego mateys! When it comes to purchasing this amazing ship, Lego collectors and pirate lovers are ready to ‘walk the plank’ and dive in. Released in 1993, this set includes a large three-masted pirate ship, nine pirate figurines, a rowboat, a shark, and much more. This ship is armed with four cannons that are mounted on turntables that slide from port to starboard. Included on either side of the poop deck are two smaller non-functional cannons.
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If you look at the scale of Technic models they’re all over the place. Even just taking flagships there’s no “Technic scale”, the theme is more “1000 pieces, 2kg, what can we get for that?”. Trying to make a couple of models every year that match the figure scale got a bit hard after a while, I expect. Some of the sets with figures were a bit of a stretch IMO.
My 7 year old son just opened and assembled this toy today. It is his first Technic product from Lego. He assembled it just fine, and he is thrilled with the outcome. It took about an hour to put together. He is having a blast playing with the pullback feature and making it go across the room. He put in one of his lego guys as a driver. He says, “It is awesome. It can go more than 12 feet.”
Features a LEGO Power Functions motor for an array of motorized functions, including forward and reverse driving, rotating bucket wheel, moving conveyor belts and rotating superstructure, plus a working bucket wheel boom.
One more themed set before we finish up our list, and what would we be without mentioning one of the newest Lego sets out, celebrating the new Pirates of the Caribbean movie, Dead Men Tell No Tales. While previous Pirates sets have focused on the set pieces from their respective movies, Lego’s flagship (pun intended) set for this year’s release is one of the best we’ve seen yet. Silent Mary is the name of one of the newest ships from the film, and Lego have gone above and beyond in recreating this destructible, decaying set. The entire piece comes with eight minifigures, two ghost sharks (as seen prominently in the trailers for the film), and a rowboat used in the film by Jack Sparrow and his two new friends, Henry and Carina. From the cannons to the three masts of the ship, it’s an excellent build, measuring in at 26 inches long and 18 inches high, and including nearly 2,300 pieces for fun building excitement. We’re big fans of the appearances of masts and the wrecked sales, so if you’re a Pirates fan—or you love ships—you’re sure to have fun building this massive set.
TECHNIC Figures are figures that appeared in TECHNIC sets, especially from the CyberSlam/Competition line. They were first introduced in 1986 in the Arctic Action line, and were produced until 2001. They are much larger and have several more joints than the standard minifigure, including bendable elbow and knee-joints. Each figure comes already assembled and is not meant to come apart, but parts can be popped off by pulling too hard. They can connect to both standard LEGO System bricks and on TECHNIC parts, and TECHNIC pegs can fit in their hands. 27 different kinds of Technic figures were created,[6] some sets included the same figures but with different accessories and stickers.
The Brick Bank also introduced some rare elements such as a metallized-paint gold ingot and coins (to be used with the coin-stacking machine play feature), and used the less-common colors of Sand Blue and Sand Green.

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