How to Build Brick TV and Movies Cars provides detailed instructions to build 15 replicas of legendary cars from the big and small screens.
Ford designer and LEGO master builder Peter Blackert provides step-by-step instruction for 15 fun builds for a range of levels featuring the most most famous rides from the big and small screens. LEGO is the world's #1 toy company for good reason: Its ubiquitous sets are as fun for the young at heart as they are for kids. If you grew up building LEGO City and Spacesports and are still building, or have passed your old bricks on to your children, these car builds offer exciting new possibilities. Blackert—also the author of Motorbooks' How to Build Brick Cars and How to Build Brick Airplanes—here uses his unique "common-chassis" platforms for scale-model cars to recreate 15 famous TV and movie vehicles from beginner to advanced builds, including:
• Knight Riders KITT Firebird
• Herbie from The Love Bug
• Mad Maxs Falcon Interceptor
• The Speed Racer Mach V
• Waynes World Pacer
• Austin Powers Shaguar
• And more
Ready. Set. Build!
Peter Blackert is the most prolific vehicle builder in the LEGO community. He has built thousands of cars from LEGO over the years, drawing on his experience as a Powertrain & Chassis Systems Engineering Architect for the Ford Motor Company. His Bugatti Veyron, featured in his first Motorbooks title How to Build Brick Cars, was listed #5 in TopGear magazines “Ten Greatest Replica Lego Cars” in 2014. His work has also featured regularly in articles on LEGO fan sites, such as brothers-brick.com and TheLegoCarBlog.com, and car-club magazines. Peters work can be found on Flickr under the username lego911, and on Instagram under lego__911. His second Motorbooks title How to Build Brick Airplanes published in 2018. He lives near the beach in Australia with his wife and three kids, and a large room full of LEGO bricks.
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