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The book has excellent photography and demos some interesting building techniques- highly recommended!
Made a micro police chase build tutorial video, let me know what you think! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1tzFO_sry8&t=
@tr100, just looking at your chev logo, could the 61409 slope with slots be a more streamlined method to achieve the result you're looking for? Overall, nice build, love the colour scheme.
I've wanted this set ever since seeing it on display at a friends house a few years ago. I was just getting back into Lego around the time of the first Lego Movie, so the set wasn't on my radar then. I'm thrilled to add it to my collection now!
Seriously, it's a massive car. I can't believe Lego is promoting 10yr olds driving, because surely that's a child next to it!
In fact it's so big that I dug out a few of my old Speed Champions cars to compare it with.
Specifically, this Audi:
And here are the comparison shots:
The new ones aren't just wider, they're on a completely different scale.
It's like the old ones were play toys, and the new ones are display models. There's a huge difference.
Also, I might have to get the others now...
& I had to line these up after I finished mine too.
First up was taking apart #42077 to build the 'B' model.
l actually like the 'B' model finished build more than the 'A' model despite the lower piece count.
Next up was #76124.
I love the design of all the Hulkbuster variants but this is the first version I've actually built (I do have the other three versions to build at some point).
Despite the lack of articulation in the elbow joints, I really liked this build and looks great when displayed.
Finally #75240 (big thanks to the heads up by @brickedin pointing out this was half price on Amazon a short while back). Another fun build and really nice to get a Star Wars ship that's a different colour scheme especially with the slope usage on the wings as it looks quite striking. I prefer the design of this to the Sith Tie fighter from the Rise of Skywalker subtheme.
Sooooo pleased I didn't pay full price for it though as when it's finished it definitely doesn't feel like a £65 set.
Next will be to tear them all down so I have space to build something else.
One of the very few advantages of having absolutely no room for displaying more than 1 or 2 sets at a time.
"A Hobbit Hole in the City"
different domes for Captain America, Spider-Man, the Hulk...
Do you have to buy the instructions from Rebrickable?