Celebrate innovative engineering and design from one of the world's leading car manufacturers with this stunning LEGO® Technic model. Developed in partnership with Dr. Ing. h.c.F. Porsche AG,
Enjoy building and operating this massive 2-in-1 Bucket Wheel Excavator, the largest LEGO® Technic set to date! This awesome, meticulously detailed reproduction of a real-life mining excavator
Experience the ultimate in farming technology with this 2-in-1 LEGO® Technic reproduction of the high-powered CLAAS XERION tractor. This meticulously detailed replica comes with the trademarked green, gray and red colour scheme and an array of authentic features and functions.
Enjoy a rewarding building experience with this awesome 2-in-1 LEGO® Technic model. Developed in partnership with Volvo Construction Equipment, this meticulously detailed replica of the Volvo EW160E, with its classic yellow and black color scheme, has all the features of the real-life wheeled excavator.
Build and experience the awesome LEGO® Technic Heavy Lift Helicopter! This huge, robust 2-in-1 model is packed with authentic details and exciting features.
Power up this authentic 2-in-1 dragster replica, featuring a distinctive “muscle car” look and an array of true-to-life details, including a massive V8 engine with moving pistons, working steering, huge rear tires, large exhaust and a big rear spoiler.
Take a ride underground with this rugged 2-in1 vehicle, featuring a classic yellow and black color scheme, detailed engine with moving pistons and spinning fan, and massive wheels with huge tires.
Zoom around the circuit with this supercool 2-in-1 replica of a real-life race kart, featuring a detailed engine with moving piston, fuel tank and huge exhaust pipes. Tilt the sleek orange racing seat to reveal the working transmission.
Last months I was cruising barns for Lego Technic gems. Sometimes I am lucky most of the times I run into tear jerking situations where owners or former owners just left their sets victim to the destruction of time. Even ones who try to fix up their sets with new parts completely out of chronological sense. Like this 8860 famous car chassis I ran into lately. This one is for its time a great set and full of functions and high level of play-ability and can really be used as a chassis to build all kind of bodies on. I even saw once a guy who build a Porsche body on top of it. The one found was in a really sad state. There was one thing I could go along with and that was the fact that the grey front box was enriched with a lid. Because this set doesn't have any room or place for bagage storage. You could store some belongings behind the chairs but that will get them dirty during your ride.
Browsing through the rich history of Lego Technic sets I discovered that there are a lot of small sets. Scanning all these 'small' technic sets I decided that I would consider sets with 100 or less parts as small.
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