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WW2 Vehicles in Lego!

Discussion in 'Modelling' started by Ceraphix, Mar 29, 2008.

  1. Ceraphix

    Ceraphix Member

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  2. Skipper

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    This is amazing ! My kids want them and so do I. I love the Tiger. Too bad they are sold out.
     
  3. C.Evans

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    These are fantastic. I wonder how much they cost?
     
  4. Shockwavesoldier

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    Not to bad, a good reason to play with kids toys again:)
     
  6. JKilts

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    Looks awesome! I'd love those. Lego just released a new series of kits to go along with Indiana Jones 4's release. The kits include a German truck, Kubelwagons, and a motorcycle with and without a sidecar. They looks pretty cool too, and are more readily available.

    Still, I'd love to have a Tiger in lego!
     
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    Wow! Finally kids love to learn WW2 history....Thanx Lego!
     
  8. B-17engineer

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    That looks so cool
     
  9. Fallschirmjaeger

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    Wonder how much you have to pay though.
     
  10. Boros

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    Those are so AWESOME!!!!!!
     
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    You can actually get them on ebay....super expensive when you can find them. My son has so many legos, he usually just creates his own and uses computer label paper to create uniforms for the lego-guys. when you got enough legos, you can build just about anything!

    Lisa
     
  12. Stefan

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    Just watched the Panzerlide with lego tanks, awesome!
     
  13. Lt. Pineapple

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    Indeed, those tanks are just so awesome. I've also seen a very great Corsair somewhere.
     
  14. Joe

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    I once made a Lancaster with (red) lego bricks. I crashed it a few days later. :p
     
  15. War Hawk Sniper

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    THAT IS SOOO COOL!!
    I think im going to bring my legos out again...
     
  16. Carl G. E. von Mannerheim

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    I recently purchased the Messerschmitt BF 109-K from Brickmania while at a brickfair near where I live.

    Its a neat little model - its definitely expensive for the size/amount of pieces, but that is understandble in these custom sets.

    I think I'd like to find a good lego Tiger Tank model, so I can create a 'Kelly's Heroes' set.
     
  17. Karjala

    Karjala Don Quijote

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    Naturally you may call yourself what ever you prefer to, but just FYI: Mannerheim, although a "baron" (lit. vapaaherra / "a Free Lord" in Finland) and a nobelman, was not a von. The forename he used was Gustav, so he was either Mannerheim, Gustav Mannerheim, Carl Gustav Emil Mannerheim or C.G.E. Mannerheim.
     
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    Its a handle I've used for 12 years on this site, not much point in changing now
     
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    That's fine by me.:)
     
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    Despite being 17 years old, I am still really into Legos [don't judge me. It's hard to get out old 'hobbies' from your childhood ;-).] Looking at this makes me go crazy in a "nerdy about Lego sort of way."
     

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