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January 6, 2012

As I shared earlier, Corbin received this LEGO set for Christmas and did a wonderful…

As I shared earlier, Corbin received this LEGO set for Christmas and did a wonderful job putting together all the vehicles in the instruction booklet (shown below).

The booklets also showed additional vehicles you could create but without instructions, They each showed a general link to creative.lego.com where I expected to be able to find online assembly instructions. Guess what – yeah, no such luck.

I thought that maybe the problem was that this is a 2012 set and it just hasn't updated, but from what I found, the online instructions are for some basic builds using the pieces from a couple of the large buckets.

So with disappointment, I will try to recreate them from the one picture they provide and hope for the best.

#archshrk

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Get your motor running with the wide world of LEGO? vehicle building! Includes 2 minifigures, wheels, workshop tools and lots of color-coded basic elements for the ultimate LEGO vehicle set. Create ca…

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2 comments

  • At 3:17 pm on January 7, 2012, Wendy S commented:

    Love this Lego set! I hadn't seen this in the Lego aisle at Target and I don't have a Lego store in my area. This is exactly the kind of thing I didn't think Lego had anymore, a set that just lets a kid build cool things, like vehicles that don't have to go battle something or someone. I'm not against battling things mind you, but I just posted a whole commentary on the new Lego for girls sets wherein I complain in the comments section that the boys sets don't feature any real life play. I stand corrected. Target and their ilk don't carry these kinds of sets much.

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  • At 3:22 pm on September 10, 2012, G commented:

    Instructions are online (for 3 of the inspirations anyhow!) http://creative.lego.com/en-us/products/Default.aspx#4635

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