Designed to commemorate the 50th-anniversary of the original Lego brick patent, this set featuring a 1950's style gas station, town hall, movie theatre, and two automobiles crafted from modern, detailed bricks. With lots of little parts and detailed instructions to follow, this set is recommended for ages 12 and up. Adults who remember the original 1958 bricks are sure to have a special appreciation for the layout of this Town Plan.
Redesigned to include modern bricks and details, this 1950's town center includes a gas station with a car wash, a movie theatre, and the town hall building. There are eight Lego mini-figures, classic cars, corner light fixtures, and a fountain to place in the town square. Collectors are sure to notice the inclusion of unique Lego elements and bricks in rare colors.
What's in the Box
1,981 Lego pieces and two instruction booklets.
This special anniversary set comes complete with a letter from Lego owner Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, the grandson of Lego's founder. The company's "belief in the unlimited possibilities of play" and dedication to producing the best possible toys is highlighted by this huge, intricate set.