LEGO Creator Expert Volkswagen Beetle 10252

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  • VW Beetle including surfboard and cooler measures over 5" (15 cm) high, 11" (29 cm) long and 4" (11 cm) wide
  • 1960s VW Beetle with surfer theme features an array of brick-built details including an azure-blue color scheme, curved fenders, white rims with distinctive hubcaps, round headlights, wing-mounted turn signals and opening hood, trunk and doors
  • Tilt the rear seat forward to access the storage space with fabric beach towel
  • Age range: 16 years and up
  • Check out the awesome brick-built details
  • Choose from 4 different license plate stickers to customize your model
  • This set includes over 1,000 LEGO pieces
  • Special elements include a round tile with printed VW logo, arched fender elements and an updated windshield design
  • Open the trunk to reveal the authentic, 4-cylinder air-cooled engine
  • Open the doors or remove the roof section to access the detailed beige-colored interior with dashboard, steering wheel and tiltable front and back seats
  • Lift the hood to access the spare tire and fuel tank
  • Remove the cooler box and surfboard from the roof rails
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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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