Think this is the first time I’ve seen this under MSRP.
Here’s the puzzle: mount the exhaust (shiny grey pieces) such that I can give it thrust vectoring capability. The biggest challenge is making sure the exhaust is right in line with the plates of the tail while still being able to move them as freely as possible.
Not sure why I went with this design, but there you go.
Like, yeah the blue glass looks cool, but it’s a brick. A hideous brick rising 400 meters above Manila. Thing’s supposed to be a broadcast station’s headquarters, but I can’t even do the lobby floors below or any special features up top. Gimme ideas, architects of Oppo!
My collection of Lego Speed Stars kits:
We got through bag 2 and saw the engine was next, and just had to continue. This thing is pretty kickass. 16 cylinders, and it’s even got timing gears, sort of.
Just getting started with my Father’s Day gift. Only 4.67 boxes left to go. I’m committed to only work on this one when one or more of my boys is helping, so it may be a while. My 5 year old is really good and can do most of the steps relatively unsupervised, but my 4 year old is still in need of assistance. And…
No no no, not that one. The Lego Blackbird!
Hmmm. It’s a new this year set too.
Darned. I hoped I’d be able to show it in it’s full finished glory. But I still need more appropriate bricks...
The wifey found a low 30”x60” hardwood table for $50 at a local consignment and furniture place. 18 baseplates (10”x 10”) and a tube of Liquid Nails later, the “land” and “water” were secured. Today I finally had a chance to add some Dollar Tree bins to the sides with wood screws and they’re surprisingly sturdy. And…
Is so boring and useless. Usually I sit here and catch up on YouTube and read some books. Today is different.
Three hours and six bags of Lego later.