Saturday, October 20, 2007

More 2008 set pictures revealed

After the first leaked pictures and the Legoworld exhibition, some more pictures of the upcoming 2008 Technic models have appeared.
This time, Kaleido.Shop, an online German toy store, included them among the 2007 Technic line. Here they are:

Although these pictures aren't new by themselves , being in a store site is a good sign of the sets' imminent appearance.
Source: Brickset


TechnicBRICKs said...

"being in a store site is a good sign of the sets' imminent appearance"

I wouldn't say so. For instance bulldozer images appeared at store websites, like Amazon and many others, for months before its announced release date, which really happened just at beginning of September.
I guess this new sets would really hit the shelves just on January.

But we also have Christmas in front...

Alex Campos said...

I meant "imminent" more on the "if" front than the "when" front... ;)

Anyway, if any of these got cancelled, I wouldn't be particularly tearful (except maybe for the truck; having a motor and several functions, it could have a 8480-like multiplexing mechanism, which would be interesting); better things are expectable to come during the 2nd half of the year.

Or have sets like the 8275 "spoiled" me? Oh well, time will tell...

João Figueiredo said...

The Truck seems to be a very interesting SET.Hope to have the $ to buy it when it's available.

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