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The United States Capitol Building is a great choice for anyone with an interest in American politics or history. The set includes a collectible booklet that will tell you all about the impressive architecture of the original building.
LEGO’s series of Creator Expert Modular Buildings started in 2007 and has since skyrocketed in popularity with LEGO fans, both young and old. The advanced building techniques, unique designs, and connectable nature of the sets makes them a collector’s dream and every single one has appreciated greatly in price after retirement.
LEGO Star Wars Tie Interceptor and Death Star 9676 Click Thumbnails to Enlarge LEGO Star Wars Tie Interceptor and Death Star 9676 Includes Tie pilot minifigure and features Death Star, Tie Interceptor mini-model and weapon Vehicle and minifigure display stand with plaque also included Hang your planet from the ceiling or explore the Lego Star Wars galaxy while you play Death Star diameter over 3 (9cm) Tie Interceptor measures over 2 (7cm) long Shipping International Orders: Please allow an additional 3-5 business days handling time. We ship via the quickest, most economical method – usually UPS, FedEx, or USPS. We ship from multiple warehouses and will always ship from the closest warehouse to your location. We cannot guarantee ground shipping times, however most orders arrive in 3… Less
Hello, up for your consideration is my MOC for a 16 X 32 Stud Modular Police Station. Its a narrow building 16 studs wide that could be used with the Assembly Square. There is no interior but a lot of…
Similarly a sports store would be cool. Again, it could make use of various accessories. Soccer balls, basketballs, skis, ski poles, skates, skate boards, snow boards, surf boards, boxing gloves, boxing headgear, baseball bats, flippers, fishing rods, rackets, etc.
I first saw this Lego set on the Lego website and instantly fell in love with it. At first I could not justify the steep price but after a few shots of Lagavulin 16, drunk me thought it was a great idea. This was my first large set that I have constructed and let me tell you, it was a blast to see the ingenuity that went into planning out the design. When I received it in the mail I was as giddy as a 29 year old engineer who likes whiskey and Legos. I opened the box and separated the bags. I pulled the coffee table close as I carefully opened the bags and started my adventure. It took a few hours over a few days to complete but when I was done I felt a sense of pride I had not felt since I thought of giving my leftovers to that homeless person that one time. Best enjoyed with smooth jazz, some candles, and a single malt scotch.
Like yourself, it is easy to look back and wish for the older sets (in my case the Fire Brigade and the Grand Emporium). But I look at it this way: The Pet Shop was my first modular and so my collection will start from there and I will buy everyone from there on “up”.
IMO… the entire line is overpriced… and not because of the price-to-parts ratio… but because when TLG switched to the minifig scale back in the late 1970s, they didn’t have this type of set in mind. I grew up with the Town Plan scale (1 door = 3 bricks tall), and the minifig scale (1 door= 5 or 6 bricks tall) caused a fourfold price increase in LEGO sets with 4 walls.
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I bought this set for my Caique parrot. He took to the Lego blocks immediately, but he was initially suspicious of the rolling car. Legos have turned out to be lots of fun as a *supervised* play activity. I build things up, and he tears them down. You can see a picture of this on the product page.
TECHNIC Figures were a form of minifigure that were used in some TECHNIC sets ranging from the mid 1980’s to 2001. They mainly appear in the Arctic Action and Competition themes. TECHNIC figures were much larger than conventional minifigures, and had more joints. These were similar to Belville Figures.
7641 City Corner 2009 5 minifigures 483 elements Buildings include a pizza restaurant inside a three-story building, and a bicycle shop with fix-it area. Includes a city bus. Accessories include a bus stop, bicycle and skateboard. Rereleased in 2013 as set 60031.
#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).
This was my son’s (9 yrs) big Christmas present and we built it as family during the 2 days after Christmas. It did take alot of time to build, but there is such variety in the building that we never felt bored. In fact both my husband and I were caught sneaking off and working on it by ourselves. A month later and my son is still playing with it. The way the floors break apart makes it much more conducive to playing or just moving the mini figures around. The elevator is definitely my son’s favorite feature — mine too. This is probably not the best choice for your first big Lego build, but for the intermediate level and up it is rewarding. Check out the YouTube video of the actual designer doing a demo if you want a more detailed look at the building itself.
You also get the Coast Guard cutter, which is really well designed- the roof flips up to access the bridge, with control stations fore and aft. There are buoys/fenders on each side of the ship, a rotating (manually) radar antenna (the bar type usually seen on ships), a working hoist aft, and a helo pad on the forecastle (that’s the raised deck on the front of the ship). There’s a minisub/ROV with twin props, which clips onto the hoist. There’s a helo with a winch and anchor and floats instead of skids, which sits on the helo pad. There’s a speedboat with a nicely rendered outboard motor and it’s own radar (the round kind on small boats). And there’s a lighthouse with a bunch of jagged rocks. It was a fun kit to build and there’s a lot of potential for creating adventures. To top it all off, the cutter and speedboat float because- why not? Yeah, Lego just figured the boats should float. Awesome.
This  is an easy one to answer yourself if you know where to look… However, the answer will vary depending on when you do the research. The  price will increase as time goes by, they aren’t making any more Cafe  Corners, Green Grocers or Market Streets
The Market Steet (set # 10190) is the rarest and, currently, the most expensive of all of the modular buildings. This is due in part to the initial confusion surrounding its release. Market Street was released as a “Factory” model based on a hobby builder’s concept. Most people did not think it was really a part of the modular series. By the time Lego had made it abundantly clear that it was, it was retired and already hard to procure. Like the Cafe Corner, the Market Street set does not come furnished, which like the Cafe Corner is not too much of a drawback if you are able to furnish it yourself. Yet, the Market Street set is substantially smaller than the other sets in the series; however, the two “sides” (like the Pet Shop) are separable, so you can really mix up the look and feel of your street with this one.
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.
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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..
This a great toy for kids from ages 3 to 49. 49 year old like to put it together and the 3 year old like to move the pieces and push it around. 3 yr old also finds it interesting, since when you it back it rolls forward. 3 yr old has dropped it a few times, but didn’t come apart like many of the other Legos (I don’t know why)
Toddler-friendly, and designed with little ones in mind, it’s a safe way to amp up the fun at home! There’s a secret compartment in the back to stow extra gear and wide tires that perform on both flat and grassy surfaces. And it only goes 2 miles per hour, so moms and dads don’t have to worry about going too fast.

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