LEGO City Fire Fire Station, 60110

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  • Includes 6 minifigures: 4 male firefighters, a female firefighter and a hot dog stand guy, plus a dog
  • Fire chief's car measures over 1" (5 cm) high, 4" (11 cm) long and 1" (5 cm) wide
  • Features a Fire Station with 2 garages and a firehouse, in 3 modular sections to build, with a total of 9 different building combinations
  • Use the cherry picker, helicopter and all the tools to fight the fire
  • Piece count: 919
  • Helicopter measures over 3" (9 cm) high, 6" (17 cm) long and 1" (6 cm) wide
  • Also includes the fire chief's car, fire truck with cherry picker, helicopter and a hot dog stand
  • Slide down the fire pole just like a real firefighter
  • Fire truck measures over 3" (9 cm) high, 9" (24 cm) long and 2" (6 cm) wide
  • Put out the fire with the special stud-shooting hose
  • Accessory elements include a flashlight, walkie-talkie, fire extinguisher, axe, saw, coffee machine, mug, bone, chicken leg and 2 sausages
  • Fire Station measures over 12" (31 cm) high, 16" (59 cm) wide and 9" (29 cm) deep
  • Hot dog stand measures over 2" (7 cm) high, 3" (6 cm) wide and 2" (7 cm) deep
Lego Building Plate Tub Of Bricks With Mini Figures Can Be Opened Loaded With Details Realistic Details Fits With Other Lego Sets Plastic Material Needs Assembly With Instructions For 4 Years Old And Up For 7 Years Old And Up For 12 Years Old And Up For 16 Years Old And Up
About LEGO

Lego is the world famous building brick. Its name is derived from Danish words leg godt which means play well. The Lego Group is a family-owned business based in Denmark. It was in 1932 when Ole Kirk Kristiansen established the brand. It is now owned by Ole’s grandson Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen. Over the past 80 years, the simple carpenter’s workshop has turned into a respected global enterprise. As a matter of fact, Lego is considered as the largest toy manufacturer in the world. The brand’s famous product is the LEGO brick. It’s been named twice as “Toy of the Century.” The same interlocking principle is still used until today.

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