Explore the depths of the mysterious cave with the Intrepid Trio! In this “Build your own Story” set, you can construct a unique adventure for you and your minifigures. Ride up to the abandoned property with the cute red car, examine the old rickety fence and leaning ‘Keep Out’ sign, and marvel at the beautiful trees. Step into the highly detailed mountain pass as you approach the cave threshold. And once you enter, who knows what you’ll find…
To see inside, easily remove the tops of the cave to explore all the possibilities. Constructed using an 8×8 modular system, you can build your own exciting details–even traps! In the examples included, you’ll find a giant spider web, hidden treasure, cave formations, and crumbling rock (pull the pin to drop your minifigure into the rock). There are 12 total 8×8 sections–who knows what the adventurers could find!
Stylish red car
3 unique minifigures
Leaning ‘Keep Out’ sign
Rickety fence with “broken” pickets
Colorful, natural elements
Highly detailed mountain pass
12 8×8 modular sections
Special thanks to Mr. Roy and catznbears for their constant support and contribution!
In a futuristic ruined world, a group of creepy marauders, in impractical gas guzzling war machines, attack a ruined building…
Fire the cannons on The Wrecker at the ruin, blast stuff with the cannons on the motorcycle, eat all the food in the fridge in the ruined building, fight off the marauders, and graduate college… Two of these have nothing to do with the set…
This set features a large tank car (‘The Wrecker’), huge flaming motorcycle, ruined building, cannon, and 9 minifigures (5 marauders, 4 survivors).
Back in the 80s Ragge Runarson was running a small computer software company. This is how his business building looked like.
It is a highly detailed Modular Building that has a special design which I think could attract both younger and adult builders.
The model is composed by two facilities. The brown facility is where Ragge’s office was, and on the back there is a door that leads up to the roof of the office, where Ragge sometimes sat and drank his tea. The white cottage is the office where his employees worked.
Businesses had been bad for Ragge Runarson in the increasingly desolate little town. Because of the current recession, sales had fallen drastically and all of his employees had to quit. It was with mixed feelings that he was standing at the window of the office building and looking out over his lifework.
He remembered how he so happily rode to work every morning on his red bicycle. And he remembered the now broken cement mixer which he would use to finish cementing the walkway to the white cottage.
But hopefully there would someday soon come someone who would be interested in buying the building, and then Ragge could start all over again!
10252 is a brand new (2016) model of the classic Volkswagen Beetle! Constructed from 1167 parts and costing $99.99, it has many features, including: hundreds of parts in the Medium Azure color, multiple (currently) unusual parts, interchangeable license plates, accessories including picnic cooler, surfboard, picnic blanket and drinks, and lots more. Released on July 14th, 2016 for VIP members and August 1st for everyone else, it was the first VW Beetle since the 2008 model 10187.
Rule the roads with the all-new 1:16 scale 2016 Dodge Challenger SXT! This brick-built version of the popular sports car truly lives up to its name, as its 1869-piece construction is filled with many unusual parts and tricky techniques. The entire building experience is perfect for sharpening your skills, learning new tricks, and just having fun as you create so many features and functions in your car. Continue reading →
Released in 2003, 3433 The Ultimate NBA Arena was a unique set in multiple ways. It led the charge of 27 sets in the year to be the only ones ever to include altered minifigures: the legs had special springs for ‘jumping’ and the hands were cut off at the bottom so that a minifigure could hold a basketball. Also, it was the largest of the NBA sets which included minifigure representation of actual NBA players; this one contained 10 of the most famous players of all time. The theme lasted only 2 years and was the only one with such minifigures, until 2016 when a series of 16 minifigures of the German soccer team was released.
Cruise the streets with style in the highly-detailed, minifigure-scale 1955 Ford Fairlane Victoria! This old-fashioned classic from the 50’s was a member of Ford’s brand-new line of vehicles: the Fairlane models, produced to keep up with Chevrolet’s new and very popular Bel Air automobile. The Fairlane cars were the first Ford vehicles to feature optional seatbelts, factory-installed air conditioners, and panoramic windshields.
This brick-built version has everything a car lover could ask for: chrome bumpers and grille, opening doors, accurate color styling, smooth design from the front to the back, roomy interior with a steering wheel and gauges, and (coming soon) opening trunk. The complex building techniques employed in this model account for its near-perfect recreation of the original using 182 parts. The entire model is 17 studs long, 6 2/3 studs wide, and 4 bricks high.
Enjoy the experience of spending a day at the Museum with this awesome LEGO project. With this project, based on the Natural History Museum, you will finally be able to immerse yourself in the fabulous world!
The Natural History Museum in London is a museum of natural history that exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. It is one of three major museums on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, the others being the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. The Natural History Museum’s main frontage, however, is on Cromwell Road. This set contains the Natural History Museum (based on a lot of pictures) and some other elements like the LEGO dinosaur (91 lego pieces). This set also includes seven LEGO minifigures.
Don’t want to carry around a big BrickTab, or stuff a BrickPhone into a tight pocket? This is the NerdTech device for you! It’s got all the same features that the classic brick-built smart devices have, such as a customizable app layout, custom-decorated apps, colored tiles, interchangeable backings, buttons, front and back cameras, and a smooth feel that’s both stylish and comfortable. While the BrickPhone is 9 1/6 studs wide and 14 studs long, this smaller device is only 7 1/6 studs wide and 12 studs long. It’s the perfect fit for anyone!
Featured in the Modular Toy Shop, the custom-designed 1950’s-style Sedan from Stud Nerd Engineering is the perfect addition to any LEGO City. With superb and accurate detailing, complex building structure, and beautiful styling, this classic vehicle cruises the streets with ease. Continue reading →