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.
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 →
Ever been to a parade and saw an antique fire truck? Now you can re-create that truck with the Antique Fire Truck! This truck sports classic fire truck red paint with light grey accents, and is equipped with everything you need to extinguish a fire. On the left side, there is a wooden ladder; on the right side, there is a gauge panel and two spouts for the two flexible hoses. On the roof and rear, you can find three red lights. This set includes a driver and a firefighter.
Finally: a black version of the classic Batman vehicle The Tumbler! It has so many movie-accurate details straight from The Dark Knight Trilogy. Not only does it have room for 2 minifigures, but it has controls in the opening cockpit, 4 big wheels in the back and 2 wheels in the front, cannons under opening panels, and the classic rocket booster in the back. This is a must-have for all LEGO Batman collectors!
Try out this quaint corner shoppe and see what lovely sandwiches it has to offer! With a removable roof for quick access, minifigures can easily enter the cleverly-built, angled door and sit down at one of the several tables atop a red-tiled floor. Pick from the many tiny condiments in the bin, take some bread from the huge stack, even grill it on a stove in the back, and deliver it over the counter to satisfy hungry minifigures from all over the LEGO city!
“I don’t remember which contest this was made for; but whatever it was, I created this one-of-a-kind vehicle as a flying car with foldout tail fin, wings which folded upward and became a spinning rotor, big engines, and an opening cockpit. I eventually used this same idea to build a similar Technic vehicle.” – Brickster_Tim
The U-Haul Moving Truck was created for a LEGO City Vehicles contest a couple of years ago. While it is a fat, bulky thing, it has some pretty accurate details, including the orange stripes, the uhaul lettering, a pull-out loading ramp, and an opening back door. Also included is a couple of minifigures loading up a couch.