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Best Kit Cars – Lego officially unveiled an official licensed kit from the James Bond Aston Martin DB5, complete with an ejector seat, radio tracker and works. When I first saw the equipment leak a few weeks ago, even me, a huge Bond fan, disappointed. But it leaves me with one question.
I grew up with Lego, and not just a kit. I am proud to say that I built an entire city airport from the various tools I collect from time to time, with my own helicopters, planes and car designs. I am obsessed. Around this time, I also became obsessed with the James Bond franchise. Very fast forward a few years and I am not interested in what should be one of the most accurate product representations of my childhood.
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This obviously has to do with how ugly the look of DB5 is in the Lego form, at least on this device. Lego Porsche 911 is also not too hot.
It also has to do with me financing expensive photography habits and can not justify lego kit, and also do not have a collection of Lego cars to add. I guess if I start long I would be more inclined to keep buying it.
But if you like me and have not plunged into the Lego car kit, what do you need to do it? What’s a valuable car on your shelf in Lego form? Which car is best suited for Lego?