Let’s Build: LEGO 6676 Mobile Command Unit [Review]

The 6676 LEGO Mobile Command Unit is a LEGO Police Vehicle from 1986. It’s one of the classic 4-wide LEGO police cars from the mid 80s. The 6676 is a LEGO set that I’ve had since my childhood and I get very nostalgic when building this LEGO set. In this video I build and review the 6676 Mobile Command Unit LEGO set and take a look at all the details in it. So join me as we take a look at a police car made from our favorite brick based toy – LEGO.

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Let’s Build: LEGO 4546 Road and Rail Maintenance [Review]

In this video I review LEGO 4546 Road and Rail Maintenance which is a LEGO set from the 1990s in the LEGO Train theme. The LEGO vehicle is from the 9 volt LEGO Traon era that ran from 1991 and was discontinued in 2007. In this video you’ll see a speed build of this LEGO train vehicle followed by a LEGO set review! Enjoy this video review about a set from my favorite brick based toy – LEGO!

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Let’s Build: LEGO 6879 Blizzard Baron [Review]

LEGO 6879 Blizzard Baron is part of the Ice Planet 2002 LEGO Theme which was a set that ran for a couple of years from 1993. It’s one of those LEGO space themes that used the transparent neaon pices as a central part of their construction. In this video I build and review this cool 1990s LEGO set. So come along for a journey into the nostalgic world of the 1990s with my favorite brick based toy – LEGO!

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Let’s Build: LEGO 5938 Oasis Ambush [Review]

In todays video we are looking at the LEGO 5938 Oasis Ambush which is a set in the LEGO Adventurers theme from the 1990s. This LEGO set is from 1998 and consists of an Egyptian Tomb, a Mummy, Johnny Thunder and Sam Sinister. It’s a cool little set with a great atmosphere that remsnids me of the Indiana Jones movies. Join me as we take a look at a Egyptian Tomb built from our favorite brick based toy – LEGO!

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Let’s Build: LEGO 6675 Road & Trail 4×4 [Review]

The LEGO 6675 Road & Trail 4×4 is a LEGO monstertruck from the LEGO Town theme. It’s one of the many racing themes cars from the 1980s and is really cool I think! The LEGO Truck has a great color scheme in yellow and black and a really cool minifigure too. So sit tight as we take the truck made from our favorite brick based toy, for a ride!

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Let’s Build: LEGO 40262 Christmas Train Ride [Review]

Today we explore the LEGO 40262 Christmas Train Ride. It’s a cozy little winter set from 2017 consisting of 157 bricks and 3 minifigs. It’s one of the sets in the winter village line-up and firts in great with the other LEGO sets in the series. Check out this video to see a speed build and review of a set made from our favorit brick based toy – LEGO.

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Let’s Build: LEGO 5928 Bi-Wing Baron [Review]

Today we are having a look at the 5928 Bi-Wing Baron which is a LEGO set from the late 1990s. It’s part of the first wave of the LEGO Adventurers Theme which ran from 1998 to 2003. It’s one of the sets that is an example of what LEGO was dealing with in the late 1990s. Sit back and enjoy this short LEGO speed build video where we build a LEGO Plane from our favorite brick based toy!

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Let’s Build: LEGO 6889 Recon Robot – Spyrius [Review]

Today we are building the LEGO 6889 Recon Robot from the Spyrius Theme! It’s a cool little LEGO Robot with a lot of great functionalities and some great printed bricks as well! This LEGO set is from 1994 and consists of 129 bricks and one minifigure. Have a look as we build this 1990s LEGO space classic from out favorite brick based toy!

NOTE: I’ve come to realize that I actually have one more set in the Spyrius series. I’ll be presenting it later on!

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Let’s Build: LEGO 1656 Evacuation Team [Review]

Today we build a 1990s LEGO set – the 1656 Evacuation Team. It’s a cool set with a couple of fire engines and a small tractor. It’s an alternative take on fire LEGO sets I think, as there is actually no classic fire engines in the set. However, there is a pretty neat LEGO truck in the set and some nice additional builds too. So, have a look as we build an Evacuation Team from our favorite brick based toy – LEGO!

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