Lego Technic 42075 First Responder Unboxing, Speed build & review

I’d like to share with you today the unboxing, speed build & review of the Lego Technic 42075 First Responder set.

The box size is average, the front design show the vehicle in a city environment – not an “action scene” though. The back side shows the features and the B model.

The box contains 5 unnumbered bags, the tyres, sticker sheet and surprisingly 2 booklets – instructions for both A and B models. I cannot recall when I saw a printed instruction set for a B model, nice addition!

The car is fairly small and despite the size it has several features. HOG steering, rear differential and suspension, opening doors, hood and rear compartement, working 2 cylinder flat engine, working winch and a raisable light tower. Check the video for the details, here are some additional images:

 

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2 Comments:

  1. Bought and built it today. Georgeous looking model! My nephew will enjoy playing with it; I know I would have! A lot of features and most happily a lot of cogwheels. Only disadvantage is a way-to-big turn radius. But with a few tweaks that was easely remedied. Remove the bottom hinge of the door and replace the length3 red pin with a length2 one. The axle-stops next to the swing-arms: do not place them. Use a spare brick to hold the axle into place whilst pushing on the front tires. The flat discs on the swing arms: do not place them eather. Voila: turning radius drastically reduced 🙂 . (sorry for any english typo’s …)

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