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I do like the Modular Buildings and with Pet Shop coming out, I am greatly considering jumping in if the Fire Brigade and Grand Emporium haven’t convinced me. The stalling point of course is budget and price, plus where would I put them for display.
We’re aiming to roll out more retired LEGO Modular Buildings in the near future. If you tune into our social media pages in the coming months, expect to see sneak peeks, and hear our LEGO designers reintroduce these sets again in a brand new format.
Bane’s drill, though not really in character for him, is really, really cool. When you roll it, the drill part moves. The bat cycle included isn’t as nice as the one from the Funhouse set, but still good to have.
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Enter the world of mining on a colossal scale with the massive Bucket Wheel Excavatorthe largest LEGO Technic set to date! This highly detailed 2-in-1 model has been designed to provide an immersive and rewarding build and play experience, and comes with array of motorized functions, including forward and reverse driving, moving conveyor belts, working boom with revolving bucket wheel, and a rotating superstructure. You can even rebuild the model to create a Mobile Aggregate Processing Plant.
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.
This is a really R E M A R K A B L E Lego creation! You can’t miss this bus to Billund! 😀 Epic door opening mechanism and many other interesting features are visible in this Lego Technic motorized model. “Hallbricks” spent almost one year building it… If you wish you can support this project on Lego Ideas. Enjoy!!! 😀
Colethegeek…. when Brickworld (Chicago) had their first LEGO convention (2008?) a few years ago (I couldn’t attend because my mother was very ill)… I had one of the attendees ask the question (to Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen and the new LEGO President) about the very poor “System” in LEGO windows at the time… and the reply from them was that the LEGO design team had the same issue with the lack of usable windows…. and that they would be working on a system. So far the 1x2x2 and 1x2x3 flat front windows are the result… along with the back side of those “less than flattering” headlight bricks, which have already been out for many years.
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.
I’m not 100% sure that these discontinued sets are not overpriced. Now granted, they do have huge parts counts, and that is definitely going in their favor. But as far as rare parts and colors go… we’re never quite sure what the PAB wall at the LEGO stores is going to surprise us with.
Our mid-range kit, for those looking for some additional complexity over the Millennium Falcon while also enjoying a set from the original trilogy of films, Lego’s star Wars TIE Fighter set is a relatively-expensive kit, coming in at $199 for about 1,700. It’s not exactly a deal, but for those fans of the evil Empire, the TIE Fighter will bring back dozens of memories of watching Empire Strikes Back on lazy Sunday afternoons—and it’ll look great on your shelf, too. This is an incredibly detailed set, something we’ve come to love and appreciate about the time Lego puts into building their sets. And while it might not be 4,000 pieces like what you get with the Death Star set, 1,700 pieces is the perfect number to hold your attention for weeks at a time while not absorbing your entire life into one brick-themed nightmare. The TIE Fighter comes with an included stand, along with a beautiful card to go along with your display. It’s the perfect size for a project to build with your kid, so long as they remember that the Collector’s series of Lego sets, of which this falls into, aren’t typically meant to be played with—they’re just too fragile.
The twelfth set of the modular buildings a particularly large one — 10255 Assembly Square includes 4002 pieces and a three-building plaza containing a bakery, florist, cafe, music store, photography studio, dance studio, dental office and an apartment.
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.
The pneumatic elements are most commonly used to resemble and take the function of hydraulic cylinders in appropriate models, actuating a digging arm or crane, for example. They can, however, also be used to build a pneumatic engine, which converts air pressure into rotary motion using the same principles as a steam engine. However, the cylinders are not optimised for this purpose, and such engines tend to be slow and lack power unless the cylinder inlets are enlarged.
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.
That said, if you have the time and can split the box out by category (be it Star Wars, pirates, Medieval, Technic or whatever) these smaller – more specific – bundles will frequently sell for more than a job-lot of unsorted bricks.
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 thoughts and own review in the comment section below! 😉
Lego 10248 Ferrari F-40  Build your very own Ferrari F40! Get up close to one of the world’s greatest supercars—the Ferrari F40! This awesome LEGO® Creator Expert replica of the iconic sports car with its sleek aerodynamic lines, distinctive rear spoiler and racing-red bodywork is packed with authentic brick-built details,…
Because a slight delay is involved between increased pressure and cylinder movement, various feedback loops can be used whereby one pneumatic component can activate another in a series of mechanical events.
To celebrate the return of 10185 Café Corner and 10182 Green Grocer, we are having a special LEGO VIP shopping event that will be one that you won’t forget! This weekend, April 3-5, we are making these two sets available in limited quantities on LEGO Brand Stores and on LEGO [email protected] We also have another surprise waiting for you during the checkout process but you’ll have to see what that is for yourself.
This is a BRAND NEW, HARD TO FIND AND DISCONTINUED set of LEGO TECHNIC 8292 Cherry Picker from 2008. This set is still factory sealed and the box is in good condition with some minor shelf wear, wrinkles and crease. 726 ­­pieces and 0 minifigures®
Lego obtained the license to produce sets based on all available mediums in which Batman appears. Lego released a line of Batman sets in June 2008 to tie in (albeit indirectly) with the release of The Dark Knight. However, these sets do not directly reflect sequences or scenarios in the film, unlike most of Lego’s other movie tie-in lines with all Batman sets. Sets include villains from TV shows and movies.[1]
Blast back to 1962 and cruise into psychedelic style!This authentic camper van is a replica of the classic Volkswagen Camper Van from 1962. Every iconic feature is here! On the outside, the terrific detailing includes ‘V’ shape three-way color split at the front, rounded roof and window frames, opening ‘splittie’…
This is my third modular MOC, but the first I have submitted to Ideas.  My aim was to raise the standard of build by analysing the strengths and weaknesses of the two I’d done before.  I also aimed to increase PLAYABILITY and focus more on what the average Lego user 10-14yrs wants from a set like this.  On top of this I wanted to keep in mind cost implications and whilst I was being more ambitious with the size of the build compared to my first two I wanted to set a ‘brick count’ and achieve the build within a target of 4200.  Less than Tower Bridge 10214-1.  The Final brick count was 4174.
You could also go a different direction and throw the Parisian Restaurant in there and say you have a multicultural center with French, Japanese, and Chinese. And the pool hall in the Detective’s Office is called the Highlander, so maybe some Scottish?
Using these, it was possible to make the Generation 1 cylinders pull down as well as push up, however the pulling wasn’t as strong as the pushing, and this prompted Lego to redesign the pneumatics into an easier-to-use and stronger system.
Not the best set for adult collectors, though my kids did like it for all the animals included within — a dog, a crab and THREE sharks! The build for the Coast Guard boat is okay. It’s designed to be a bathtub toy, so the base of the boat (the entire white area from the deck on down) is just one gigantic plastic piece. The lettering and graphics you see are stickers as opposed to being printed on, and I can’t imagine they’ll last long after being played with in water.
In the meantime my daughters report card was sent home from school so I bought the Tower Bridge instead for her!! Her and I enjoy many hours together building big Lego sets! She is 10!!! She does the majority of the construction. I sort the parts and locate the parts she requires to build next! Fun!!

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