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The fourth in the series, 10197 Fire Brigade was the first modular building to include a vehicle in the form of a classic 1930’s fire engine. The building itself is detailed with red and grey brick architecture, and features a garage for the fire engine, fireman’s pole, and rooftop bell. The Fire Brigade was the first modular building to be stockpiled in large amounts by resellers and is considerably less rare and expensive than it’s predecessor, the Green Grocer.
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)
The set is sturdy enough for the kids to play with, they loved that the stories of the building are removable and basically turn into their own ‘set’ to play with. The details inside the fire-station are great.
“GT Mechanicmaniac” is the name of the G E N I O U S who created this LEGO MOC Technic VW Phaeton 6.0 W12 in scale 1-7. The video lasts almost 30 minutes, but if you really love Technic creations, if you really are a purist of this art, you’ll savor eagerly every detail of this monster. So…Enjoy!!! 😀
Brilliant to use the shield as a trowel for the BRICKLAYER. I’ve lifted the idea for a carpenter’s workstation and changed it a bit.  I’ve created a workbench on the mezzanine floor inspired by this idea.  Also the ‘plate compactor’ being used on the pavement is from 7746-1 from 2009.
This is a BRAND NEW, HARD TO FIND AND DISCONTINUED set of LEGO TECHNIC 8457 Power Puller from 2000. This set is still factory sealed, however the box is damaged and has a puncture/tear on the froint with some minor shelf wear, wrinkles and crease. 979 €?š€?špieces and 1 minifigure_?
A T-junction is a very small piece that allows three pieces of tubing to connect into one junction, essentially splitting (or joining) airflow from two hoses into one. These only allow 1:2 branching, but by combining T-junctions, any number of branches can be achieved (i.e.: one tube can branch into three by using two T-junctions).
OTHER INFLUENCES. I often browse what other people are building and sometimes it informs my process.  I make no secret of this.  Much like the ‘portaloo’ is lifted from a Lego set (Service Truck 60073-1) there are other elements of the build that have roots in other ideas.  The cement mixer used by the BRICKLAYER is from set 5610-1 (a small set from 2008 – now it has a home) I also came across some brilliant vignettes on LEGO IDEAS.
Lego’s Technic line is a series we haven’t mentioned in this list up to now, but it’s worth taking note of if you’re seriously into pneumatics and building what amount to movable puzzles. In addition to the standard Lego pieces that you expect from the block company, their Technic line—originally called Technical sets when it was created in 1977 before being renamed in 1984—utilizes a series of interconnecting plastic rods and parts to build vehicles and other movable machines that are really fun—and challenging—to create. If you’ve ever used a Mindstorms Robotic series, you’ll know what the Technic line is similar to, without the additional programming involved in robotics. This Mercedes-Benz Arocs set is one of the coolest kits we’ve ever seen: it features modular cylinders, valves, gears, and pumps, along with an engine and a power box to power the on-board crane that can reach up to 57cm in the air. Seriously, this thing is cool—and at $245, it isn’t cheap either. But the entire kit includes over 2,700 pieces, making it one of the largest and highest-detailed kids on our list. If you’re looking for something to experiment with, this Mercedes-Benz set will keep you challenged for weeks as you assemble and build a movable pneumatic structure.
Lego DC Comics The BATMAN Movie Black BATMAN Costume and Mask Play Dress Up and/or Halloween Size:  Medium 7-8 Kid Boys New in Box If you have any questions, Please ask! From smoke free home.   Payment is due within 3 days of close of auction unless you email me and tell me otherwise.  I ship via USPS usually within 24 -48 hours of receiving payment.   UNPAID ITEM DISPUTE will be filed 5 days after auction ends unless other arrangements or communication has been made.   SHIPPING:  I will gladly combine shipping costs on multiple wins.  PLEASE wait for me to adjust invoice before you pay or request an invoice when you are done shopping.  If you pay or say that you will send payment before I change the invoice, there will be no discount. Please let me know if you are bidding on other… Less
Yes, they are challenging builds that use interesting techniques that you can replicate on other builds. Also the number of brick pieces that comes with a 4 walled building is the best part. Like you, i enjoy building cities and these take up a good chunk of real estate. Once you have one modular you can just line up base plates and build beside it. IMO spend your money on new bricks, at a good price, instead of going back for the old ones and paying .40,.50 cents per piece
Remember these dates are not the end of production dates but the dates when Lego will no longer sell them on their website. We all know Fire Brigade will most likely be sold out long before then….around Dec 2011 / Jan 2012.
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
I think you’d find that because of specilist parts that are in the UCS models, that as has been said before, require special molds, it wouldn’t be worth carrying on production. They need to modernise after all. So if something’s new then sacrifice something old for it surely ? 🙂
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.
But, unsurprisingly, it can be tough to find a Lego set that suits you. Some of us want something professional-looking, to complete at night after a difficult day of work. Others of us are still kids at heart, or might be looking for something that we can complete with our kids under our supervision. Whatever you’re looking for in a Lego set, we think we’ve found some of the best ones on the market right now—though make no mistake, you’ll be paying for these extravagant kits. Let’s take a look at fifteen of the best Lego sets for adults.
Very true! I’ve got my Haunted House and graveyard set up on the end of the block. Love me some Monster Fighters. The Bike & Cafe set looks really nice too. I haven’t picked it up yet. Have you? Did you like the build?
There are tons of sharks that come with this set, there are ample LEGO minifigs, and lastly, there are plenty of unique LEGO pieces that are perfect for the free-spirited LEGO builder who ditches the instruction manual and works from scratch.
Bought this Lego set for my nephew. It was his first Lego set and he did so well that he is now hooked and has an incredible Lego collection. Perfect starter set, not too many pieces. He is now building the huge Lego sets all on his own and has a whole 4 tier shelf dedicated to his built Legos.
@yys4u: I understand the desire to be complete, but if cost is really an issue, I would suggest doing as colethegeek says: buy the current ones at the more reasonable retail price, since they’ll be enough for an impressive street scene. After that, if you still desire the out of print sets, you can begin on those, and hopefully your financial situation is improved. Also, I would focus on getting Cafe Corner and Green Grocer and pass on Market Street.
Released in 2010, LEGO 10211 Grand Emporium was the fifth modular building and the second corner building. Featuring three floors linked by escalators, the Grand Emporium offered a unique, if familiar, rendition of a traditional urban department store. Other features of note include a revolving door, sizeable chandelier, and a large rooftop billboard.
Up for sale is a custom stickers set to make a replica of the LEGO 10232 Palace Cinema but with actual movies. Includes stickers for Ghostbusters, Spectre, and Star Wars epVII: The Force Awakens. Also…
LEGO Black Technic Liftarm 1×9 Thick Lot of 50 Parts Pieces 40490 LEGO Black Technic Liftarm 1×9 Thick Lot of 50 Parts Pieces 40490 Official LEGO brand parts. These parts are all brand new and only handled for sorting, counting, and bagging, never snapped together.
My youngest child recently became a Lego fanatic (as am I). She was already enthralled by the Harry Potter books and movies, so the discovery that two of her favorite things were now combined (and just before Christmas, too) gave birth to a new obsession. Unfortunately, Lego stopped making Harry Potter Lego sets last year.
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LEGO 10243 Parisian Restaurant came out in January 2014 as the ninth modular building. The unique design of this set features more intricate detailing throughout, at the expense of the overall size of the building, which is smaller than previous modulars.
The tenth modular building emerged in January 2015 in the form of 10246 Detective’s Office. Comprised of a pool hall, detective’s office, and barber shop, this set features an entire backstory based around ‘cookie smuggling’.
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.

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