Ferrari F40 LM
What welcome news, Just last night, I was talking with one of the young men in the neighborhood about sports cars, and lamented that I would never own one. They are too pricey, and even more outside of the budget of an AFOL who spends all that extra cash on LEGO. Lego however has come to my rescue. announcing the release of the Ferrari F40 Lego Super Car.
Every gear head knows the F40, The last Ferrari produced under the direction of Enzo Farrari, it celebrated the 40th Anniversary of Ferrari. Manufactured from 1987 to 1992, demand soared, and 1,315 were built instead of the planned 450. Of these, 2 were produced in Black, and less than 10 in yellow, a few in white, and the rest in that classic red hue replicated here.
It’s hard to judge the fidelity of the set without actually having either to compare with, but they did get the color right I dare say. Then there are the other details, a little too numerous to detail here, but the gallery makes for nice browsing, and drooling.
There is a brick ton of LEGO new coming out of the New York Toy Fair today. The Buildable Star Wards figures are just the latest.
I have never had a desire to buy the Bionicle, or Hero Factory LEGO sets, I was even able to resist their DC and Marvel figures when those were introduced, but these. It’s gonna be rough. An I know the kids will want them. On the plus side, look at those light sabers. There will be lots of severed LEGO arms in the house this year.
Close on the heals of the Helicarrier reveal, LEGO today unveiled the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series (UCS) Tie Fighter, and oh what a beauty.
Recommended for ages 14+, it weighs in at a relatively small (by UCS standards) 1,685 pieces, and will set you back US$ 199.99 which just happens to be relatively affordable (by UCS standards)
Presenting the Ultimate Collector Series TIE Fighter – the iconic Imperial starfighter!
We proudly present the Ultimate Collector Series LEGO® Star Wars TIE Fighter. As featured in many of the action-packed Star Wars battle scenes, including the decisive battle that led to the destruction of the first Death Star, this large-scale LEGO-brick rendition of the classic Imperial starfighter has intricate detailing, as well as an opening top hatch and an exclusive TIE Fighter Pilot minifigure with a blaster pistol. And when you want to keep it safe from Rebel attack, mount the model on the display stand and keep yourself updated with all the key facts and figures on the included fact plaque. The Ultimate Collector Series TIE Fighter is the perfect addition to your Star Wars collection!
• Includes a TIE Fighter Pilot minifigure with a blaster pistol
• Features an opening top hatch
• Includes a display stand and informative fact plaque
• The perfect flagship model for fans of Star Wars and LEGO® brick building
• Collect one of the most iconic starships in the galaxy!
• TIE Fighter measures 18.5” (47cm) high, 12” (30.6cm) long and 12.2” (31cm) wide
Makes you want to join the dark side right?
Following 2 weeks of Leaks and blurry pictures of the next modular building, LEGO is unveiling the official pictures of the Detectives Office.
This is no small set
Coming in at 2,262 pieces, and a US price tag of $159.99. It should be on everyone’s new years list. It will be available for sale from Shop.LEGO.com, and in your local LEGO store beginning January 2015 (or earlier, if your store breaks the embargo)
There are a number of new and unique elements in the set including “never-before-seen scissors and reflective mirror element, printed dartboard, wanted poster, 1×1 round plate with hole in black, painter’s roller in black, designing element 1x2x2 in dark gray, 1×2 bricks in light blue, 1×3 tiles in brown and a 32×32 base plate in brown”
As well as 6 minifigures including detective Ace Brickman.
More pictures after the break
Unless you’ve spent too much time hanging out a the Quick-e Mart, you’ve already heard about the Simpson’s house, and probably even seen pictures of it. For those of you who have been spending too much time hanging out with Apo, Here are the official pictures of the Simpson’ house, and the rest of that illusive information, like price.