Just as Minifigures (Happy fortieth birthday for last weekend folks) bring life to a LEGO® Town layout, so do vehicles. Sorry for the use of a dodgy segue there. And the only thing better than a LEGO set with a vehicle to build, is a LEGO set with two vehicles to build!
This year, as I have previously discussed, we are seeing some interesting parallels between the LEGO city sets, and sets that are 20, 30 and 40 years old. I have also seen a particularly strong set of coincidences between the Town range of 1988 and that of today, and I would like to explore this further today.
Today I would especially like to look at the helicopter transporter truck. Just why a highly manoeuvrable flying vehicle needs a truck to take it from Point A to Point B, unless it has broken down, and managed to land in a somewhat controlled fashion without dismembering all on board, in such a circumstance, I am not entirely sure. However, I am going to jump past that flaw in logic to examine this special class of set, which not only celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this year, but also has its tenth representation in a LEGO Set. Continue reading
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