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#1 mifody

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 11:58 AM

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To all hello I Bring to your attention the review of one more novelty of 2013 - 60007 High Speed Chase!

Little general information:
Theme - City
Subtheme - Police
Year released - 2013
Pieces - 283
Minifigs - 3

The box of a set of time in one and a half is more than boxes from 60017 and 60018!
On the face the set is represented:
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Also here it is possible to see an inscription about existence in a set of an exclusive minifig and a code for game!
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On the back party of a box too there is a lot of information!
Functional and game features of a set:
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Also there is information on where to find a code for the game City Undercover as to use it and that it gives in game:
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Face party of a box:
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Let's pass to box contents! Having opened a box, we find out that it is filled on only two thirds!
We find in it:
- three packages with details
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- three parts of the instruction
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- stickers
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In instructions there are some interesting pages!
These are new police sets of the beginning of year:
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Game City Undercover advertizing for Wii:
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The next information on a code for game:
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It is a little advertizing of sets of City:
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We pass to minifigs. Them in a set of only 3 pieces - on one on each HARDWARE!
- the police officer on the motorcycle - new торсик very much pleases: both a bullet-proof vest, and "police" inscription on it, and a handheld transceiver and in general new colors! The only thing that very much isn't pleasant to me is a sticking-out part of a yellow body in area a breast throat!
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Also please feet - pockets, various fasteners!
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The torso is ornamented from two parties!
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- exclusive minifig - in what I didn't understand its exclusivity, probably in a hairdress? ! But all the same - a minifig excellent!
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- the bandit - at last updated this minifig! The new torso became more gloomy - dark colors dominate. Also on a torso you can see a rope and a belt!
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The torso has drawing from both parties - the part of a rope, various keys and master keys is behind also visible!
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Also the bandit had a new physiognomy - with short moustaches and a mask on a face. Why that it reminds me the Frenchman?!
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In a set are available new details are rare also:
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Assembly of a set is divided into three parts - according to instructions and packages!
At first we collect the motorcycle and obstacles!
Pay attention that at the motorcycle the design of fastening of a handheld transceiver and handcuffs changed!
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Sticker I didn't begin to paste since they can it is useful in other homemade products!
Both we more than once saw the motorcycle, and protections!
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The following stage - assembly of the jeep which is very similar on Hammer!
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The jeep is built! Well to tell... On the picture it looks where it is better, than alive!
At such huge sizes in it there isn't enough place - everything "is eaten" to cubes 2х4! What for?!
To put in a cabin of 2 minifigs - it is unreal! Even doors aren't present, and after all not difficult to put them (see below)!
General view of a car:
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In comparison with a minifig:
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To put a minifig inside, it is necessary to remove a roof again:
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Let's consider Hammer in all its aspects:
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It is possible to put at most 2-3 handheld transceivers in a luggage carrier, 2-3 couples handcuffs and pair of guns - all! Agree - for Hammer it very little!
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Now a comparative photo together with the motorcycle! Also you know... they look harmoniously and on a substantial scale!
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Assembly of a sports car of the bandit goes the last - the third - a stage!
At assembly I was discouraged - so the car was colorful! But the final version was pleasant!
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The design of a car isn't difficult, but the total option was pleasant to me - reminds remotely any sports race car, something like Ferrari!
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In comparison with a minifig the machine turned out tall for a sports race car!
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But when the minifigure sits inside - everything looks perfectly!
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In a set there are a lot of details "money" and only one gold ingot - and all this is offered to be sent in a car!
Also there is a strip representing thorns! But the sports car can't pass on them since it has very low landing!
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The set is built! After assembly there were many extra-details!
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Let's consider all set assembled!
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By the way, all three cars nearby look very much even harmoniously!
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The set makes ambiguous impression - on the picture and even all assembled looks well, harmoniously - any complaints! But separately is something unclear: such feeling that the motorcycle is added for show, the jeep strongly isn't finished, a sports car too big!
As a bonus I will show as I made doors and I changed minifigs!
Addition of doors which here on not to obvious reasons aren't present! Though to add them it is structurally possible very much even easily!
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Change of minifigs:
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On it all! I wait for your comments!
PS: Excuse me for my bad English!

#2 robuko

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 12:23 PM

Great review mifody, thanks very much.  Your modifications make the set a lot better, especially the minifigs :classic: .  The Jeep makes this a buy for me.  Don't worry about your English, thank you very much for making the effort.
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#3 lightningtiger

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 02:30 PM

Another excellent review of an AWESOME set 'mifody'.......and the two reasons to buy this set.....that police pickup/jeep and of course Chase McCain. :grin:
I wonder what is to be reviewed next......Brick On Review On 'mifody' ! :wink:

#4 RedBrick1

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 03:55 PM

Nice, I may have to pick one of these up, I want that Chase McCain figure.
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#5 The Blue Brick

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 09:08 PM

Excellent review indeed. I will definitely buy it when I can find it in stores. Do you have a picture with what the red sports car would look like with a red roof?

#6 mifody

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Posted 30 December 2012 - 01:30 PM

All many thanks for your comments!

View PostThe Blue Brick, on 29 December 2012 - 09:08 PM, said:

Do you have a picture with what the red sports car would look like with a red roof?
Sorry, but I don't have.

#7 Chieffy765

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Posted 30 December 2012 - 06:11 PM

Cool set and great review. Definitely a must buy. I did notice that on the "exclusive minifig" callout thing, it shows the polybag version of Chase rather than the one included in the set. You can tell by the torso.

#8 vean

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Posted 01 January 2013 - 02:27 PM

Thank you for your review!

Here is a  mod of this sport car!

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To Download the LDD File or the instructions: Go on Cuusoo: http://lego.cuusoo.c...deas/view/33538

Edited by vean, 16 January 2013 - 08:39 PM.

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Made with LDD


#9 ChrisW

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 12:47 AM

Nice review mifody, and a good looking set, but it annoys me that so many cars / vehicles now seem to be missing doors.

I like your mod though, which seems easy enough to do, and looks so much better with the doors!

#10 Phoxtane

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 01:09 AM

The blue window piece on the front of the police van/truck is making me drool :wub:
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#11 the Brick Kid

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 08:37 AM

very nice and detailed review, i have one question; can you fit the yellow cone in the back of the jeep?

#12 mifody

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 09:44 AM

View PostChieffy765, on 30 December 2012 - 06:11 PM, said:

Cool set and great review. Definitely a must buy. I did notice that on the "exclusive minifig" callout thing, it shows the polybag version of Chase rather than the one included in the set. You can tell by the torso.
Thanks!

View Postvean, on 01 January 2013 - 02:27 PM, said:

Thank you for your review!
Here is a  mod of this sport car!
To Download the LDD File or the instructions: Go on Cuusoo: http://lego.cuusoo.c...deas/view/33538
Fine MOC!

View Postthe Brick Kid, on 02 January 2013 - 08:37 AM, said:

very nice and detailed review, i have one question; can you fit the yellow cone in the back of the jeep?
Unfortunately the yellow cone won't get into a jeep luggage carrier! :sceptic:

#13 KarlMarX

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Posted 08 April 2013 - 10:30 AM

Thanks. I woul like to see a picture of these cars on a City road plate. Does it fit in, or is it way too big?

#14 Esurient

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Posted 08 April 2013 - 12:53 PM

Great review! I got this set few weeks ago, but I haven't got the time to open it yet! Anyway, the vehicles look great! And I like those torso printing on the crook! :sweet:
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#15 IronfistJ

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Posted 21 December 2013 - 09:36 AM

I really find that the sports car from this set is just too wide to fit in properly with my other vehicles so I'm trying to scale it down. Here is my first attempt at a 4-wide version of the car. I tried to keep as many of the design elements from the original as possible. It anyone has ideas on how to improve this build it would be greatly appreciated.

Attached File  60007_high_speed_chase_sports_car_4_wide.gif   21.9K   5 downloads

Also, I know this is an old thread but if anyone has a link to the ldd file for the yellow mod above I would really like to get that (current link seems to be broken). It's really nice work.

Here is my lxf:
Attached File  60007_high_speed_chase_sports_car_4_wide.lxf   12.22K   21 downloads





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