- Dec 1, 2006
- Edmonton, Canada
- '09 STi (soon gone),'04 TDi, '96 MX-5 M
Such was James May's moan on Top Toys, and I agree with him.^ I wanted to do the same thing, the only problem with that is as I started growing out of LEGOs, they started making larger pieces that would normally take 6 or 7 to build (i.e. the front end of a car, it used to be quite a few pieces, then they started producing 'front end of a car' specific pieces).
Holy sweet mother of god they are HUGE. I'm not a big lego fan but these two are plain awesome!!!!I always wanted the train but it was always retardedly expensive here in AU, if I ever have kids they will be playing with lego whether they like it or not
that would also be pimp
It was fun to build:It's the 1:8 one complete with the engine that you can watch the cyl go up and down when it moves.
I've lost many a good piece into the dark pits of the floor vents. They were honorable pieces, too young to be taken from us. May they rest in peace (piece!) forever.You bastards, they haven't been out for YEARS! Oh, and in the upper part of the photo you can see the Lego's mortal enemy, the floor vent.
I have the bulldozer on the left!
You going to build in some gear reduction? Also, I would always build my electric lego cars off of a ladder chassis.I have the bulldozer on the left!
Got it for Xmas last year.
Actually, I just took the motors out today so I could build some kind of remote controlled 4x4 from scratch, with a circular (lego) saw on the front. So far, I've got the chassis and motors done.
Ooooo, pics or it didn't happen richie richYou guys ain't seen nothing yet. On Saturday I'll go up into the Loft and take photos of my...er...collection. At a guess (I haven't seen the stuff in a year or so), I have 3 large (twice the amount that Twerp shows us) boxes (at least - I can't remember quite how much)