Saturday, September 22, 2012

The 2013 menu is getting larger...

It was less than a week ago that I wrote about an updated list with LEGO Technic sets for the 1H13.
A few days after, Huw added into Brickset database a list with the 2013 LEGO Technic sets, which has gotten even larger yet again.

  • 42000 Grand Prix Racer / 99,99€ / Feb-Mar
  • 42001 Hovercraft / 14,99€ / Jan
  • 42002 Mini Backhoe / 19,99€ / Jan
  • 42003 Action Racecar / 19,99€ / Jan
  • 42004 Action Race Buggy / 19,99€ / Jan
  • 42005 Motocross Bike / 19,99€ / Jan
  • 42006 Material Handler / 59,99€ / Jan
  • 42007 Motocross Bike
  • 42010 Race Buggy
  • 42011 Racing Car

The new three models added seem a repetition of some that were already above, although with new references. This list is already larger then it was the 2012 sets list.

Can these (or some) become larger versions of those known before? Are these already the sets for 2H13, including the new flagship? Which one could it be?

To add to this list, we already know we will have a set resulting from this year's Technic 4x4 Crawler Challenge.

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Allanp said...

Hmmmmmmm, racing car? flagship? supercar? Hypercar? Chicken soup? Hmmmmmmm!

Ondra said...

Very strange.It's a little surprising that it should be in one year 2x motocross bike and 2X buggy(Maybe it is crawler from technic challenge?).
I think this additional list is for 2H.
But racing car as flagship sounds interesting.Maybe it is new supercar.

efferman said...

maybe only different numbers for the same models?

santi said...

And why are numbers 42008 and 42009 not used? seems odd...

crowkillers said...

This just seems screwy... 3 more sets with primarily that same names...? Mindgames by TLC...

z3_2drive said...

yes very interesting...if this is true then there better be something special for the buggy suspension wise, not same old double wishbone :/

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