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!
MOC by Brickster_Tim
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.
Want to see this creation as a LEGO Set? It is currently up for voting on LEGO Ideas! Be one of the 10,000 pioneers and vote for free here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/141362/
MOC by CARLIERTI
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
(in reference to LEGO Ideas) “This is a LEGO set for all people who create so much LEGO sets here on this platform. We all have one dream – to get enough support and to reach 10,000 supporters. This is a homage for all of us who submit a project and create amazing LEGO sets. Through this set LEGO Ideas could be even more famous.” Continue reading
When The LEGO Group patented the LEGO Minifigure in 1978, the friendly little LEGO people came in dozens of brand new products, in three themes: Town, Space, and Castle. The third of those three was led by this set: 375 Castle. The classic yellow brick-sterpiece marked the dawn of one of the largest themes ever produced by LEGO. Composed of 767 pieces, this set had 14 minifigures hailing from 4 different factions all arriving just in time for the joust that was sure to take place, with their brick-built horses, lances, and shields, and being clad in helments and bright, colorful breastplates.
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.
Want to see this creation as a LEGO Set? It is currently up for voting on LEGO Ideas! Be one of the 10,000 pioneers and vote for free here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/134953
MOC by LoneCoyote
Did you know…?
Ever since the LEGO Star Wars series was spawned in 1999, the theme has 749 minifigures spread throughout 527 sets, 4 video games, and 10 books…all in only 17 years! It was the first licensed theme ever produced by The LEGO Group, and quickly became one of the most popular LEGO themes ever. And, it’s still going with the recent release of Episode VII: The Force Awakens, and LEGO sets already announced for the upcoming release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story! May the Fourth be with you!
6285 Black Seas Barracuda was the largest of 10 LEGO sets released in 1989, all part of the first ever series of the Pirates theme. The series was home to a lot of ‘firsts’ for LEGO: first cloth sails, firing cannons, first minifigures with facial expressions, and more. This set had the largest number of all of those ‘firsts’ in this debut wave. 6825 was worth $109.99, composed of 909 parts, had 8 (and a half) minifigures, and 1 monkey.
“This ship has taken me a long time to perfect and I’m very happy with how it turned out. The main photo has been edited to enhance it. This is a very stable set and is hard to break. The wings are tilted but fit to the body tightly and with small gaps. Continue reading