Today I’ll show you quickly the 40517 Creator Vespa together with the big brother Creator Expert 10298 Vespa set, but that’s not all! The cool new tire & rim combo from that set can be used on cars as well with a little trick, and I found the perfect MOC for them!
You can access the instructions for Nico71’s great 42127 alternate model here.
Here is the first part of my detailed building review about the 10300 Back to the Future DeLorean time machine set with all the details and references from the movies, and much more!
Many thanks to the DeLorean Club Hungary for this amazing opportunity, stay tuned for the second part of the review with even more content!
Here is the second part of the video with all the Back to the Future LEGO sets released so far, a diecast model besides the real car for comparison, even more Creator Expert cars and the obligatory Car Transporter test!
And here is a comparison between a LEGO, a Playmobil and a diecast DeLorean:
Since we still don’t have any official updates about the anticipated 2022 LEGO Technic 1:8 supercar, I decided to use the following 5 cars to take a look at the official LEGO sets released so far in this scale, the available MOCs and also what alternative brick manufacturers can offer:
Last year I showed you a promo photo of the Zetros that had a weird Technic hub with screws instead of the snap-on lid. That time we received no explanation about it, but the mysterious new hub suddenly appeared in all building instructions, and the Zetros has even more changes!
You can access the old building instructions of the 42129 Mercedes-Benz Zetros set here for comparison.
I receive tons of comments asking about sets worth to buy, which ones are likely to be retired soon and whether I know about any good deals. I decided to make this video and also share a list of sets that are expected to be retired, and also some good deals I found recently. Here’s the video first:
I’m sure you saw my detailed building review, the 10+1 things you didn’t know about the set & the shorter Tinic version, now here’s your chance to buy the LEGO 10294 Titanic set! If you missed any of these videos, I embedded them at the end of the post. Here are the links:
We’ve been waiting for so long to get this set, but finally it’s here – the LEGO Ideas 21330 Home Alone! 3955 pieces of McCallister action, fully packed with nostalgia! It has tons of details, references and Easter eggs, let’s take a look at them in my detailed preview video:
The price: €249.99 / $249.99 / £249.99/ 399.99 AUD/349.99 CAD
It will be available from LEGO.com/HomeAlone and LEGO Stores from 1st November, 2021
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