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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.
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.
The F40 set is, in many ways, similar to what is included with the Architecture. The entire design of the car is well-executed, with the replica of the F40 being as accurate as a Lego set can be. Despite the relatively small-size—the set measures in at 3″ tall, 10″ long, and 5″ wide when built, weighing in at about 3 pounds or so—Lego has done everything in their power to build a set that accurately and faithfully recreates the F40. The set features a rear spoiler, body-work including the standard Ferrari logo, pop-up headlights, air intakes along the side of the vehicle, and a rear hatch complete with vents that opens to reveal the classic twin-turbocharged, 90 degree V8 engine known around the world for powering Ferrari’s legendary limited-run coupe. The vehicle build even has doors that can be opened, crafted door handles to match the original, a steering wheel, and two internal seats. The front of the model is protected by a clear windshield piece, and both an actionable hood and spinning tires make the car feel all the more real. Even with that small size, the car is built with over 1,100 pieces, an impressive number that is sure to keep multitudes of car lovers busy for hours and hours building.
Lego sets should be played with in combination with other sets.  The older ‘town’ sets embraced this much more than today with interconnecting baseplates and features that crossover.  I wanted to feature a ‘portaloo’ and used the one featured in 60073-1 Service truck to encourage set integration and play.  This Base plate / Connectivity is what people are enjoying about the CREATOR Modular Series.
This Lego set is not only one of the top runners as far as expense is concerned, but it is also one of the best and well-sought Lego sets because it’s so symbolic of what everyone wants – freedom. Adult Lego collectors want the freedom to relish in their love of crafting, and building things, they believe, represents their values – the adult-level appreciation of things such as freedom, as well as the childhood wonderment of creating something from nothing that’s so spectacular and momentous.
My son wanted this set basically for the Chase McCain mini figure (considering the cost of this set, versus Chase McCain alone, this set was a better option), but the set as a whole is great. It was fun to put together and holds up really well. The cop car is great with the trunk that opens to store the cops “tools”. Also the tire-stoppers are fun too.
imperialtreasures Store NEW AND SEALED LEGO SET 9395 PICK-UP TOW TRUCK WITH 954 PIECES. THIS IS A 2 IN 1 SET WHICH CAN ALSO BE BUILT AS A TRUCK WITH FORKLIFT. ONLY ONE SET CAN BE BUILT AT A TIME. ONLY THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE TOW TRUCK ARE INCLUD
Personally I don’t care for the Emporium. It is big, and looks fine on the outside, but it is too empty inside. The more recent modulars are a lot more interesting. Plus, the Emporium is a corner building, so unless you get at least one other one with it, it wouldn’t look right. If you can only get one modular, get the Parisian. It is a very sweet set both inside and out, looks good from three sides, and is perfectly fine as a display piece all by itself. And you will have several more years to buy it. 😉
The Green Grocer (set # 10185) was the third release in the modular series and has since been retired. It was the first to be furnished and Lego did an exceptional job at that. The lower level of the shop contains a complete wall fridge in addition to produce stands, cash register, etc. which collectors have just loved. The interior details are almost as good as the exterior elements such as the bay window on the second and third floors and the striped awning over the produce stand.
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LEGO Europe site did it again! After LEGO revealed some of their upcoming retirements in their Europe website in October, they had announced even more retiring sets this week. This list is massive and it includes Star Wars Rogue One, Force… Continue Reading →
Downtown Diner (set number: 10260) is the thirteenth set in the Modular Building line. It was released on 1 January, 2018 and contain 2,480 pieces with a MSRP of US$169/149€. This building reintroduces the teal color (what LEGO calls Bright Blueish Green) that hadn’t been in production since 2008. The first level of this building is a 1950s-style diner. It has a curved front window, red bar stools, a classic bubbler-style jukebox, soda fountain-equipped counter, and an open-plan kitchen.
Thanks Seamus for the reminder – I added information on the newly announced Assembly Square set today! I also appreciated your comments earlier this year regarding ideas for new modular designs. Looks like Lego took you advice with the dentist office 🙂 Although I also agree with you that a police station and post office (as well as a hospital) are still sorely needed and would be a great “connection” with other sets. Hopefully next year…!
We’d be lying if we said this was our first pick for our favorite Batman-related set, but unfortunately, a large number of Lego Batman sets were discontinued before the release of this year’s smash animated comedy “The LEGO Batman Movie.” Thankfully, a number of movie-branded sets replaced them, and while most of them were aimed at children, we think the Batcave Break-In set is the perfect kit for parents and kids to build together. With over 1,000 pieces, it’s a bit of a challenge for younger children to tackle on their own, but if they’re big fans of the animated film, they’ll love the task of recreating one of the scenes from the movie—and you’ll love building it with them. With plenty of minifigures, accessories, and play-styles, this is one of our best picks for a set that balances complexity with play, making sure that even after the set is built, your child can still play around and recreate the adventures of Will Arnett’s Batman right in your own house. If you’re a fan of this Batman set, there are a ton of other Lego Batman sets that are guaranteed to create the same amount of fun and enjoyment in your child’s eyes—and you’ll have fun watching them learn how to build it right on their own.
OK what makes this set special is basically the Servo Motor – this is the first and only (current) set to have this, what it means is once built you have a decent RC vehicle that WORKS via wireless infrared remote – the Servo Motor allows steering via the remote… so you CAN take it rock crawling, just be a little careful – it isn’t a “proper” RC vehicle (with tough prop shafts and axles)
Everyone has to start somewhere and having/not having some modulate is what makes everyone’s street layout unique. If the Fire Brigade and Grand Emporium were still available at retail, I would probably pick them up. But at $300+ for the Fire Brigade and $200+ for the Grand Emporium; to me it’s just not worth it, and that’s okay.
While some do not consider it to be a true part of the modular buildings line, due to the fact that it was a fan created set, 10190 Market Street is an official LEGO set that interconnects with the other modular buildings in the series. With only 1248 pieces, it is the smallest modular building and this, combined with the fan created nature of the set, has led Market Street to be ignored by some collectors. Nonetheless, the rarity of this second entry in the modulars line has made it very valuable.
Cruise in flight mode with Batman and Robin at the controls of the powerful Batwing. But watch outHarley Quinn is shooting her rapid-fire cannon and trying to take you down. Fire the spring-loaded shooters and disc shooters. Then flip the wings into landing mode and take the battle to the city streets. Release the car from the back of the Batwing and drive after Harley. Beware of her hammer attacks and strike back with Batman’s Batarang. You must capture this Super-Villain before she causes even more chaos!
@mrpole: you definitely have to do your research for each particular set. For example, Market Street is going for $500 on Bricklink the last time I saw. You would think that since the set includes about 1000 pieces, you could get the set for $150 if you can get pieces at an average of $.15. Unfortunately there are several rare elements to this set that drive up the cost. For example the set requires 5 dark blue arches ($10/ea), 79 dark blue 1×4 bricks ($1/ea), 4 white hoses ($5/ea)…. so if you add just those together you’re paying $149 for 88 of the 1000+ pieces. That’s not including shipping. I’m not discouraging you doing it, but make sure it’s feasible before you start…. get the rare elements first, otherwise you’ll be left with a big hole in your project. Another thing to consider is to wait and hope that some of these rare parts are included in future sets for possible cannibalization.
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– Condition : 9.5/10, Box is sealed in protective sheet since day 1 – Self collection at lakeside MRT, Delivery to other MRT – $5 Help Batman™ and Robin repel the villains from the Batcave featuring a false bookcase, Batpoles, Bat Lab with Batcomputer, plus a Batmobile, Batcopter and 9 minifigures.
Crazy number of trains, multiple tracks, storage Thomas, roaring dinosaur ramps, bridges, train station, book box set, individual books (including from library discontinued we bought second hand) and more. Son outgrown it now we are in LEGO phase! No time wasters this is a great collection.
LEGO Technic Drag Racer 42050 Building Kit          Prod uct Description 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 moving pistons, working steering, huge rear tires, large exhaust and a big rear spoiler. Raise the body shell to reveal the chassis, exhaust pipes and working transmission. This Power Functions upgradable model comes with wheelie function and an awesome vivid-blue and black color scheme and cool flame stickers. Rebuild it to create a Supercharged Dragster.   Produ ct Features 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… Less
This was a terrific decision. Since then friends and family have seen the buckets of legos and have opted for the free play lego sets. It really is worth it. The sets are magnificent, but if your child is like mine and won’t dismantle a made lego set this is a great way to put the creative play back in the mix.
During development of this first set in the series, the designers considered the cost of several options. One more expensive version had additional café features, dark green interior walls, a bike and an additional minifigure. In contrast, a lower cost version of the set was considered which lacked rear exterior walls, interior stairs, and extra interior walls on the second floor, and had only 2 minifigures but no bike.[1]

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