Model: 99999: Misc.
Status: Other
Date: 1-Jul-2008
Comments: 14
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Just spent some days in Denmark. As we visited Legoland, I noticed one of their new attractions called 'Monster Cars', and thought it could be fun to share with you.
Legoland must be a scalebuilder's heaven. All models built with lego bricks, and the details are amazing! Yet, I like Tamiya's version of the Clod Buster better than the Lego Humvee :-)


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7.2inchdriver

1-Jul-2008

youre very lucky morten, i have always wanted to go to lego land. i tell people about it here in the states and they think i am making it all up, so here is the proof for the non believers. great to see lego bodies on the clod, that is something i would never have though of. probably makes for some realistic accidents too, with pieces flying everywhere.

Skysaxon

1-Jul-2008

That´s absolutly amazing!
I´ve been to Legoland as a child around 30years ago. When I see your pics I think I should visit it again.

Cinnamon

1-Jul-2008

Thats cool !! In the third pic it looks like there was some kind of pixel meltdown going on. I from the west coast of Sweden and I have never visited Legoland , and that bothers me a lot. Guess its another thing to put on the to do list !!

mor10retro

1-Jul-2008

It's been 27 years since (man, I'm getting old!) I visited Legoland last time. Now, my son was the excuse, and the boy was speechless There has been big changes in the park, with sounds and moving objects like taxing airplanes, moving trucks, cars, trains and boats. A great place to visit, both for kids and adults.

ranger blue

1-Jul-2008

very easy to repair, just another brick

mor10retro

1-Jul-2008

7.2inchdriver: I can picture you telling people about it..'There's a land out there, built with Lego'...LOL! I have more pics. Let me know if you want some. The cars were a little dissapointment, traveling very slow, which made accidents with flying pieces very hard.

7.2inchdriver

1-Jul-2008

legos where my favorite as a child. definately is where the building and imaginations skills i use today started. great toys for kids.

tupers

1-Jul-2008

Aren't those actually Bullheads given that they have yellow shocks and chrome arms?? I've been to lego land in the UK and USA and I would love to go to the one in Denmark sometime.

prplehz

1-Jul-2008

Wow, thats really cool! Runs to the store to buy LEGOs.....

mor10retro

1-Jul-2008

Tupers: You're correct. Yellow parts on the chassis is Bullhead, not Clod Buster

SMOKE-DOG

1-Jul-2008

That's sweet. I grew up on legos and still have them all to this day. I always wanted to go to Legoland too. I'm gonna have to look it up online now.

Crash Cramer

2-Jul-2008

Love it, they must be using 380 motors in those BullHeads to make them so slow. I live in Houston and have been to the actual NASA Space Center a few times and the rocket 'park' here doesn't look as good as the one they have built in LegoLand. Thanks for sharing.

CASE1

3-Jul-2008

Love to see this. I've been builiding lego all my life. Still now at 37 years with my son. Love to see the RC cars!

SibeSeven

6-Aug-2008

We have a LegoLand here in the UK, which opened in 96! Built on the grounds of the old Windsor Safari Park (69 to 92) Established by the Billy Smart family...there first themed park outside of Denmark! My parents took me there on a number of occasions, during the 70's mainly and a little of the 80's. I remember the Killer Whale being a very popular attraction, well for me at Least. My other half has been and speaks very highly of It!!


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