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REVIEW: 7902 Doctor's Car

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  1. 1 – Poor (1 votes [6.67%])

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  3. 3 – Average (4 votes [26.67%])

    Percentage of vote: 26.67%

  4. 4 – Above Average (6 votes [40.00%])

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#1 The Cobra

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Posted 07 September 2008 - 06:59 AM

Sometimes there's no need for a big ambulance; sometimes you only need a doctor to get there. Fast!

Set data

7902: Doctor's car
Year: 2006
Theme: City
Subtheme: Emergency
Pieces: 66 (3 extra)
Price: 6 USD / EUR / 4 UKP (UK price may have been higher in the past)
Building time: less than 10 minutes
More info: Brickset - Peeron

Box front: no frills, just the set.
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Box back: no alternate models, but "Designed for easy building and istant play". I still wonder if today's kids are lazier or dumber than my generation...
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Box content: 2 bags, loose car base, instructions, stickers.
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(not so) Random manual page: the evolution of SNOT tecnique on car lights.
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Set inventory: split into 2 pages!
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Stickers: Red Cross has gone a long time ago; here's Caduceus.
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Loose pieces: we're ready to start!
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Minifig and accessories: "What's up, Doc?"
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M.I.P. (Most Interesting Piece): it's SNOT time!
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Building starts: and it's fast and easy
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Notes: car has doors! and that black plate with rail helps so that the roof doesn't only weight on the windscreen.
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Complete model: top view
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"Container Cupboards": that's where Doc puts its accessories when driving.
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Sticker time: see the difference, with and without.
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Review and rating.
Do you remember when Lego cars had doors? It seems so long ago... The car is simple; but as well as a set can be designed, this one doesn't look so realistic (isn't it what Lego has been doing over the last few years? Going realistic?) Doc is OK, but I guess many people would have wanted a female fig (and: brown eyebrows with black hair? that's odd  :tongue: ) As I said, no Red Cross, but a politically correct Caduceus on the roof and sides. Extra pieces: 1 small antenna and 1 1x1 decorated tile.
Overall, a cheap way to own a doctor minifig and a nice vehicle to add to your town. Just above average.

Rating: 3.5/5
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#2 Bob


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Posted 07 September 2008 - 01:23 PM

I was going to get this, but instead I got someting else (Firetruck I think) Nice review!

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#3 wildcat


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Posted 20 November 2008 - 02:14 AM

i have this set the doors really dont much

#4 TheBrickster


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Posted 20 November 2008 - 05:21 AM

Nice review Cobra.  Thanks for sharing.  I esp. like the doctor's torso.  I rate this little set a 4 based on the design of the vehicle and the classic doors.


EDIT: I must have missed this review after it was posted back in Sep.  I went ahead and kept the blog, since it's always enjoyable to look at these reviews.

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