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It looks like an RV. This isn’t one of the blocky, square, thrown-together-in-eight-steps vehicles I remember from my childhood; this is a vehicle that you’d be excused for mistaking it as real at first glance. The lines are fluid and very RV-like, and the decals not only match the green and dark tan lines on the sides but look like they could very easily be the decals gracing a real-life RV. The hanging side mirrors are also a very clever touch. But, for all its realism, it hasn’t lost any playability. I would have loved this set as a kid. The side swings open and the top pops off for ease of play, the canoe fits securely on the top, and I absolutely love the design of the double bed in the “back”. The cab can easily be modded so that the driver is on the right side instead of the left, for our fellow LEGO fans across the pond. As you can see in the photo I’ve uploaded, all of the canoe paraphernalia (the oars and lifejackets) fit easily in the roof compartment. (My set came with three oars instead of the expected two, I suppose in case I lost or broke one.) The canoe itself is also extremely well manufactured — a solid block of plastic, it’s shaped like a canoe and is very sturdy, not flimsy at all, and could easily fit three minifigs instead of just the included two. Speaking of minifigs, the included couple is cute, with very attractive “outdoorsy” outfits and dynamic facial expressions.
LEGO The Batman Movie 70905 Batmobile Vehicle Only No Minifigure Brand New This listing is for a vehicle only.  Minifigure s are NOT included. -Item will NOT come in a box -All of our items are genuine Lego. -You will receive exactly what is pictured. -Any stickers pictured will be included. -Instructions will be included
In 1997, LEGO introduced the Air Tank, which acts like a battery, storing compressed air so that even more powerful pneumatic circuits can be created. This piece is very popular with the enthusiast community, but many feel that it was underutilised by LEGO, as it only appeared in 3 model sets and a parts pack. This tank is now only available at the LEGO Education Store, along with a new manometer part.
LEGO City Great Vehicles Stunt Truck 60146 Building Kit Product Features Features a big rear wing and big knobby tires Includes a stunt truck driver minifigure Stunt truck measures over 2” (6cm) high, 4” (12cm) long and 2” (6cm) wide This set offers an age-appropriate build and play experience for ages 5-12 Product Description Get behind the wheel of the LEGO city stunt truck and prepare to make some big air jumps, featuring a truck with a big rear wing and big knobby tires, plus a minifigure.
I remember buying a 386 Ambulance Helicopter set back in the 1970s… only because it had 2 45 degree white concave corner slopes. Then over 30 years later these same parts were reintroduced in the Shrieking Shack Harry Potter Set.
Or you could do what I did. I am an overly avid castle fan. My wife helped build a few sets with me like the Medieval Market Village. I bought the Grand Emporium for her (she loves shopping). She loved building it and quite honestly I was astounded by all the intricacies. There is so much detail just to the Grand Emporium alone that I know we will be buying the others.
lego said “”discontinued”” this means it will not be for sale on the lego web site after that date and if you wanted any of the sets the only way would be from retail shops that had it still in stock or auction sites like ebay.
The internet delighted when the Lego Creator line debuted the classic Volkswagen T1 Camper van a few years ago, and it’s still one of the most fun and most unique Lego sets we’ve seen on the market. Though the first series has been unfortunately been discontinued by Lego—as is the standard for most unique Creator products—you can still find these classic ’70s busses for the low price of $149 if you look in the right places online, a great price for this 1,300 piece set. The second-series set, meanwhile, is an even cheaper $119, though it comes in a slightly-reworked box design. We’ve linked to the cheaper second-generation model, but the first is also available on Amazon. The interior of this bus is what makes it so special—with a fully-detailed interior, complete with table, seats, steering wheel, and even a gear shift knob. Both the back and the side doors can open, so you can see the interior in all its glory. Overall, just like with some of the Star Wars sets on this list, this Volkswagen camper van just makes us nostalgic and reminiscent for a bygone period of time. Groovy.
Cylinders look like pumps, but they are the outputs of the energy, rather than the inputs. There are five versions of cylinders. The Generation 1 cylinders came in two lengths, only had one input and worked on pressure or vacuum. The Generation 2 cylinders have 2 inputs (and come in studded, studless, and small versions), and work on pressure in both directions. They allow pushing and pulling, depending on which input air is pumped into.
Lego 60140 City Bulldozer Break- in   This awesome  City Lego set is brand new and the package is factory sealed. The criminals are trying to break the vault with the Bulldozer Break- in! Can the police respond in time? Bust the criminals red handed while they are operating the bulldozer! 5 Minifigures and a police dog included! Divided into sub-models for an easy start to building. 561 Pcs. This item ships Worldwide! Thanks for looking! Please check the shipping calculator for a quick quote to your area. I combine shipping costs, so feel free to check out the rest of the Lego items up for sale in my eBay store!  E-mail me with any questions. If you have any problems with your transaction please contact me before leaving feedback so I can make things right. I strive for 100% satisfaction… Less
My biggest regret like most people here is not buying more than one of these sets. If you bought the Cafe Corner, you would know that LEGO literally encourages you to buy 2,3 or 6 of them, to build yourself a skyscraper…. Don’t believe me, check out the instructions for the set. Had you been insane enough to do that, you would now be considered one smart LEGO collector. I recommended to so many of my LEGO friends to buy these sets, but many of them thought they to be too expensive. I wished I had listened to myself and bought more of them.
OMFGWAT? US$ 6400 for that set on Amazon? What is it made of? Carbonite? Well… apparently I’m not the only one that came up with this idea of building one of the MOST AWESOMEST FREIGHT CARGO SHIPS EVER, that happens to be discontinued. But there’s no way I’m going to pay that.
There will always be some set you dont like and that’s where it comes into play. Always scope craigslist before you buy. Right around late Jan and early feb people will start selling it off. That the best time to strike.
Interestingly the #10224 LEGO Creator Town Hall is also shown as sold out. I have bought this set a few days ago when it was shown as backordered, as well as the #10243 LEGO Creator Parisian Restaurant – there was a few days of delay, but I received both sets with no problems. At the time I placed the order I was told that the #10224 LEGO Creator Town Hall will be back in stock on the 16th, so I’m curious why it’s showing as sold out right now. There has been rumors that this set will retire early, so this may in fact be the end. If you are interested in this set I would highly suggest that you call LEGO’s customer service right now before it is too late.
LEGO Technic system has always included a variety of different electric motors. Broadly, these divide into those powered by batteries, held in a connected battery box, or by mains electricity, via a transformer. Battery-power is the most common.
I agree that there is a pleasantry with simpler models, and affordability is just one factor contributing to it, but I also assert that the greater detail afforded by the larger scale has allowed much more variety, and with it the longevity and continued success of LEGO models.
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But I will agree that LEGO is in a different league as other collectibles… but I see all the hype of the new series of Minifigs… being cranked out by TLG by the zillions… and wonder… hmmmm will that bubble burst at some point?
With the popularity of LEGO Modular sets with the LEGO Creator Detective’s Office (10246) becoming the latest set released this year, LEGO has announced that they are bringing back some of the more popular Modular sets including Cafe Corner (10182) and the Green Grocer (10185) with a new theme/subtheme called Revival. This weekend at LEGO Stores and [email protected], they’ll be selling the sets for a limited time for VIP members. The only catch is there’s no word on what the pricing for the two sets will be. Hopefully, they’ll be the same as before but considering inflation since they sets were first released, I bet they’ll be slightly higher than before.
LEGO 60106 City Fire Starter Set   This awesom e City Lego boxed Fire Starter Set is brand new and the package is factory sealed. Includes 4 Minifigures (3 firefighters and a dock worker) plus a small dock and a fire boat! Includes a water cannon, a small fire scene and more! 90 Pcs. This item ships Worldwide! Please check the shipping calculator for a quick quote to your area. I combine shipping costs so please check out all of the Lego items up for sale in my eBay store!  E-mail me with any questions! If you have a problem with your transaction please contact me before leaving feedback so I can make things right. I strive for 100% satisfaction with every item sold! Thanks for looking!  Track Page Views With Auctiva’s FREE Counter
I have the new redesigned Mini Cooper box, bought it a month ago. Had no idea the box had changed. I can imagine we’ll have it available for quite some time. It’s not a set that we should worry about for in the next couple of months…
Also, I’m still holding out hope that years from now, LEGO will re-release the retired sets (they’ve done that will other themes). Even though that may mean, the sets that I own will be devalued, I wouldn’t want to deprive others of this wonderful building experience.
LEGO City 60097  City Square Ages/edades 6-12 Cont. 1683 Pcs/Pzs  NEW IN BOX  It’s buzzing with activity at the City Square! Park your bike at the cozy coffee bar, hop aboard the awesome news helicopter and take to the skies for a bird’s-eye view. When you’re done flying, call by the LEGO® Store where a new delivery has just arrived. Help the driver unload the boxes, place them on the handcart and wheel them into the store. Then check out the cool cars for sale at the dealership showrooms. Help the mechanic operate the car lift and fit a new set of sporty alloy rims. There’s just time to buy a hotdog and a newspaper for the journey home, but watch out for the pizza deliveryman on his speedy scooter as you head for the tram stop! Load your bike into the bike compartment, take a seat and… Less
I don’t think that’s a real issue though. Technic figures (I have one..somewhere) could also be disassembled (iirc.. if not, mine’s broken) and could be shipped in his original parts. I don’t think it would be terribly expensive. I estimate the cost for TLG to be less than $2, more likely less than $1.
Lego did not become the largest toy manufacturer in the world by chance. They create what are quite possibly the most universal toys on the market. Most people out of infancy have the ability to stack two Lego bricks together, and the result is usually a creative impulse that can, conveniently enough, only be solved through acquiring more Legos.
SquareTrade © AP6.0 LEGO CITY HEAVY HAULER 7998 AGES: 5-12 332  PIECES   BRA ND NEW, FACTORY SEALED BOX The Heavy Hauler is ready to tackle any job in LEGO City! Load it up, attach the trailer and rumble off to your destination. Once there, use the truck’s tipping function to unload your cargo and move on to the next job! Complete truck includes cab, dump truck bed, plus a second container for hauling extra large loads! Both truck beds lift and stay in position! Store the tire stops in the side compartment! With the extra container attached, this truck is 20 (50 cm) long! Includes driver mini figure! FAST SHIPPING Please check my other auctions to save on shipping. Thanks for looking!
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