Wednesday, December 15, 2010

TBs TechChallenge, 2010 - Reverse 8066 - The Prizes

As you may remember, it was still to announce the prizes for the TBs TechREVERSE Challenge, 2010.
This was something that should be done only after the official announcement of  the new 1H11 sets, in the beginning of December. However in the last days I've decided to give priority to some other posts.

But now, here they are!

The Challenge winner will be awarded with one 8069 (Backhoe) set. Probably the most wanted Technic set for the 1H.

In addition there will be four 8066 (SUV) sets, for the 2nd to 5th places.
In case there will be an absolute draw in the last positions, there will be in advantage those who had made their submissions first.

The prizes are sponsored by the LEGO Technic team, and all the boxes will be signed the respective LEGO Designer who designed the set. Hope you appreciate it, as makes these really exclusive and collectible items.

Below the names from the Designers who developed both sets and signed the boxes.

However the shipping costs to your address are sponsored by TBs . Thus do not forget to help us supporting these costs, whenever you do you LEGO purchases from, accessing the LEGO online shop from the ads showing in this blog.


Soon, I'll publish here images from all your participations. Will also proceed to the evaluation phase as soon as possible, now that I received the 8066 building instructions.

Thank you! For all those who have taken the Challenge and TLG for providing the prizes!


santi said...

Wow! a backhoe! now I regret not participating!!!! :)

Luc2000 said...

I regret I didn't change the headlights. I've used some kind of handle instead of a 1x2 liftarm thin.
Most stupid mistake ever.

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