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  1. kaelthas

    Review: 79018 The Lonely Mountain

    I'm truly surprised that this set is so pricey now!
  2. Great news!! Can’t wait for the review!
  3. I started with LEGO CMF series 10 in 2013. I still remember how I search for the iconic distribution picture on the grey baseplate. The easiest and fastest way to do so while I'm feeling the packets at the cashier was to type the legendary name 'WhiteFang'. Google will feed me the image right away. This is how I got to know you and your great informative reviews (and of course poisoned me into collecting CMFs since then, haha). It's truly sad reading this end of the era post. Although there are plenty of other reviews out there, CMFs still need a review with the name WhiteFang on it. Backlog or not, me, as an all time WhiteFang fan, feels that something is missing in any series of CMF without a review by you. Please don't end this era. You gave us a great 10 years of CMF reviews, but we need a lot more.
  4. I've found these interesting post in Eurobricks for your reference if you want to modify the car! 42111 Dom's Dodge Charger MODs and Improvements This video by @kbalage is great too!
  5. Thanks, @brickless_kiwi! I'm not sure that I will pick another Technic set after this. It does look unfinished at some point but it has its aesthetically pleasing views too. Particularly the front view with the Charger wording. I'll try better next time. The completed build is quite durable except for the light bluish grey plates and tiles in front of the headlights. Agreed on the wheels. Thanks, @agrof! I used the wooden pellet found in my in law's balcony. Haha. Hmm... The wheels look different from the real car though. I enjoyed building it as a first timer in LEGO Technic!
  6. Thanks, @Jim! Your pics are never boring and your reviews are top-notch! Thanks, @thekoRngear! I agree with you that Jim's reviews are amazing and very detailed! Thank you @LEGO Train 12 Volts! Thanks, @Mechbuilds! I will work on that and try better in my next review! Thanks for the kind words and constructive comment, @vectormatic (I've deleted the subscribe button). Sorry about that. Thank you very much for the list for improvement, @Erik Leppen! I've screenshot this and I will try to include these points in my next review! I know I'm a first-timer in technic and I'm sure I'll lack in the review so I put a lot of effort in photography to spice up the review so that at least readers can have a better visual of the set. I'm sure this is not a rant but a constructive criticism for me to become a better reviewer in the future! Thanks again, my friend!
  7. Thanks for the kind words! I can't find 6276854 in bricklink so I made that assumption. Thanks for the remark @kbalage. LEGO Medium Stone Gray Wheel 43.2mm D. x 26mm Technic Racing Small with 6 Pinholes (51488 / 56908). ps. I like your facebook page and youtube channel!
  8. Hello, I'm here again presenting my 36th review in Eurobricks. Let's have a look at Dom's Dodge Charger! Before that, I want to thank LEGO for providing us with this set for review. Overview Name: 42111 Dom's Dodge Charger Theme: LEGO Technic Pieces: 1077 pieces Minifigures: 0 Price: £89.99 / $99.99 / 99.99€ Box Square boxes are quite uncommon in LEGO. However, this is actually my first technic set in my life so let's move into it and I'll let you know what's inside. Like usual, the back of the box shows us the play features in the set and we get to see the actual car picture at the top corner. At the side, we can see the actual size of the tyre. The Content We get four numbered bags with smaller same numbered bags so there are 8 bags in total. The instruction booklet is sealed in a plastic bag together with the sticker sheet. The frame and the tyres are not sealed inside the plastics. I've scanned the sticker sheet here in high resolution. The comparison photo of the actual car and a dog. This is found at the back of the instruction booklet and LEGO is trying to tell you they are rebuilding the world. Different version of Dom's Dodge Charger. The parts list. This is quite clear and you can zoom in to see the parts numbers by clicking at the picture and zoom in. This is an 11x15 frame in dark bluish grey with the part number of 6265646. I suppose it is new and currently exclusive to the set. It is still not catalogued in bricklink yet. Tire 56 x 28 ZR Street. 6035364 is a tyre produced in 2001 as seen in the left one. Technic, Shock Absorber 6.5L - Hard Spring. 6027566 is an old part but it is considered a new piece to me as this is my first technic set. It contributes to the suspension of the car making it bouncy. After finish bag one, you will get a set of bones like this. It feels fascinating building technic for the first time. I feel like building a car. (What am I talking about? IT IS A FREAKING CAR!) There is a sticker underneath the frame. I suppose the license is a serious issue here. Technic, Engine Cylinder without Side Slots, 4234251. Going towards bag 2, this appears as the engine part. It is released since 2009 and it is new to me here, haha. Technic, Engine Piston Round, 4112203. This is even older and it comes in blue too since 1990. Okay, 6276854. This one is new and currently exclusive to the set. Quite a nice and versatile piece for some Star Wars ships I think. As I said, this is new to me and I find these pistons build very interesting. After building the second bag, you'll notice the 'steering wheel' is at the back of the vehicle and the pistons of the engine at the front are controlling the rear wheels. Technic, Steering Wheel Large, 4125213. Since 1988. This wheel is useless in the vehicle and it controls nothing. Haha. Technic, Panel Fairing # 2 Small Smooth Short, Side B 4566249 and Technic, Panel Fairing # 1 Small Smooth Short, Side A 4566251. This is an interesting part to me as LEGO is very considerate in putting numbers at the parts so that we won't be confused of the right and left side of the piece. I love this kind of small details LEGO put in. Bag 3 is actually wrapping the front part of the skeleton. I really love the trans clear boat studs coupled with that sticker with the word Charger. The front of the car really looks gorgeous. Bag 4 completes the whole build and this is the rear view of the vehicle. The white California 2JRI424 License Plate is produced as seen on the 1970 Dodge Charger driven by Dominic Toretto. More info. Side view of the Car. I wonder why the technic pin is not 'finished' sticking out the rims. Hmm... It is quite hard to pull the lever inside the car after the hood is installed. It is too narrow inside. The grey technic part at the middle is the lever. Easier when it is still the skeleton phase. The front hood can be opened to reveal the engine inside. I love the look of the engine but imagine if we get chromed parts for this! Okay wake up. The bonnet is filled with 2 bottles of Nitrous Oxide can. I am Groot. *Groot is not included in the set.* Review summary Playability: 6/10 - Yes you can play with the car and as the steering wheel is at the bonnet of the car, it is quite convenient to control the front wheel. Design / Building Experience: 6/10 - The design is very nice at the front and back but please don't view from the top. You'll only see a black rectangle. Minifigures: -/10 - At least give us a minifigure without any hairpiece. Price / Value for money: 6/10 - It is a nice display set for a Fast and Furious fan. Don't display it inside a Koi fish pond (If you know what I mean). Haha Overall: 6/10 - I think this set is only targetted for Fast and Furious fans as normal LEGO fan would only see this as a black car. However building this makes me feels like I'm a real mechanic especially when you build the spring part. Thanks for reading! I hope you like this review. Do share your thoughts in the comments below!  My reviews in Eurobricks. Review: 76060 Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum Review: 60134 Fun in the park - City People Pack Review: 70911 The Penguin™ Arctic Roller Review: 70818 Double-Decker Couch REVIEW: LEGO 76051 SUPER HERO AIRPORT BATTLE REVIEW: Short comparison of various sized Antman. Review: 9469 Gandalf Arrives Review: 31015 Emerald Express & 31054 Blue Express Review: 79018 The Lonely Mountain Review: 9474 The Battle of Helm's Deep Review: 21029 The Buckingham Palace [Review] 30611 R2-D2 Polybag Review: 9473 The Mines of Moria Review: 41103 Pop Star Recording Studio Review of City of Wonders Gift Sets in Malaysia. Review: 75030 Millennium Falcon Review of 76084 The Ultimate Battle for Asgard and 76088 Thor vs Hulk: Arena Clash Review of 76099 Rhino Face-Off by the Mine and 76100 Royal Talon Fighter Attack. Review of 76031 The Hulk Buster Smash and 76104 The Hulkbuster Smash Up Review: 75230 Porg [REVIEW] 5005254 - Harry Potter Minifigures (Bricktober 2018) [REVIEW] 5005255 - Jurassic World Minifigures (Bricktober 2018) [REVIEW] 5005257 - NINJAGO Minifigures (Bricktober 2018) [REVIEW] 5005256 - Marvel Infinity War Minifigures (Bricktober 2018) Review: 76105 The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition Review: 70841 Benny's Space Squad Review of 76039 Ant-man Final Battle and 76109 Quantum Realm Explorers Review: 79003 An Unexpected Gathering The Fellowship of the Ring Collection. Review: 30452 Iron Man and Dum-E Polybag [REVIEW] 76048 Iron Skull Sub Attack [REVIEW] 40343 Spider-Man and the Museum Break-In [REVIEW] Four SDCC minifigures [REVIEW] 76144 Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue [REVIEW] 21313 Ship in a Bottle
  9. kaelthas

    [REVIEW] 21313 Ship in a Bottle

    Thanks @Jim! This is a great compliment and motivation for me!
  10. kaelthas

    [REVIEW] 11010 - White Baseplate

    Great write up @makoy! Your words makes this baseplate pop!
  11. This is a very nice set where I never thought of the ship is hiding inside the island! I hope i can get it one day and make a review of it.
  12. kaelthas

    [REVIEW] 21313 Ship in a Bottle

    New attraction spot. Haha Same here. Thanks! You really should build it and display it somewhere. The box is a great background too if put behind the model.
  13. kaelthas

    Future LEGO Pirates Set Speculation

    Gosh. I already have a lot if cutlass at home.. why not give us a pirate monkey with her?