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Still Not a Car

Time to feature another ship on TLCB, only this time it’s of the space-going variety. Birds of Prey usually strike fear into the hearts of TLCB Elves as they roam the highways and byways, searching for Lego models. 92 more words

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Tiny Tatra

You don’t need ten thousand bricks to appear here at The Lego Car Blog. Around sixty will do. At least that’s all Flickr’s František Hajdekr… 14 more words

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A Tiny Giant

Looking at gonkius’s PhotoStream, we’re pretty sure that he already owns a 42055 Bucket Wheel Excavator. Is one enough? Obviously not, judging by this nice little bit of micro-scale building. 29 more words

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Classic Micro Scale

Readers of a certain age (and this writer), will be whisked straight back to their childhoods by this brilliant Classic Space layout from Primoz Mlakar… 45 more words

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Biggie Smalls

Micro-scale creations are usually pretty, well… micro. Not this one though. Measuring a massive 1.5 meters long, built from around 25,000 LEGO bricks, and weighing 23KGs, Edwin Kornstanje’s 1:200 replica of Holland America Line’s Nieuw Statendam cruise ship is one of the largest fan-built models we’ve ever featured. 83 more words

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Fiery Trials

The Interstellar League Starship Smaug is the most famous and decorated of the Desolator-class. The Desolator-class Planetary Assault Ships are medium-sized cruiser- or destroyer-class vessels optimised for spaceborne assault on planets, and though their weaponry is very large and visible, most of the largest weapons are less capable in space-to-space combat. 201 more words

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Micro Crane

We love a good crane here at The Lego Car Blog. After supercars, cranes are one of the types of model that we seem to blog the most. 59 more words

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