Set Number: 8402
Set Name: Sports Car
Price: $US 9.99 (though I paid $US 10.99 )
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Hello all! Welcome to my review! This is my first, so I hope you enjoy it!
This is a set released in 2009, and I saw it in K-Mart. I said to my self "Why not?" even though it was a bit pricey.
Part one: Box, Parts, Accessories, and Minifigures
The box, showing the set all together.
The back, showing a guy reaching for the phone (who knows who he's calling ), jumping in the car, and taking off (ditching the cops!!! ).
The parts, Lego Club ad, and Instructions.
The instructions. Looks like his car broke down.
I don't WANT to join the Lego Club, thank you .
The parts, badly sorted.
The minifigure. I just love that smirk! He looks like a rich person living in Beverly Hills. Or he could just be the Viagra guy from the Grand Emporium.
The emergency phone. It's used for calling 9-1-1 or your mother.
A tree. Seriously, a tree?
Part 2: INTERESTING PIECES AND SPARE PARTS
The interesting pieces are the printed 1x2 tile and the cheese graters. Not that much (though the cheese graters can be used to grate cheese )
We get some cheese (yum), a stud, and a technic pin thingy.
Part 3: The final build!
The set all together! The sleek design makes this thing look awesome. I think this thing is based of of a coupe.
Notice the vent in the back. Also, there's a gap behind the steering wheel. Why? Is it because of the design, or the TLC wants to save a quick buck .
Playability: 7.3/10 You drive your car. It breaks down. Call the phone. Smash your car into the tree!
Design: 7.9/10 Would give this 8.5/10, but it didn't come with doors and theirs a gap behind the steering wheel.
Price: 6.8/10 A bit pricy at 11 cents per piece.
Parts: 8/10 You get a tree and some OKAY parts.
Minifigure: 9/10 Viagra guy!
OVERALL: 7.8/10 (A good set if you want to get a car in your city)
Viagra Guy: He babe, wuzzup... you wanna have some when I ge-
Phone: THIS IS YOUR MOTHER!
Hope you enjoyed this review!
Edited by The Soup Nazi, 07 September 2010 - 09:30 PM.
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