Wednesday, December 26, 2012

2H13 sets lurking... :)

I got this from several sources, so soon we could expect to get some images too.

  • 42001: Mini Off-Roader

  • 42005: Monster Truck - Red car

  • 42008: Service Truck - Green motorized tow truck

  • 42009: Mobile Crane MK II - Mobile yellow motorized crane truck. 5 axles, BB and one L-motor.
    Likely very similar to 8421 - It looks like the return of a Best Seller.

News about a certain black box, in sometime too!...

7 comments:

tuur said...

what do you mean with "a black box" and "BB"

Fernando Correia said...

@tuur

BB stands for Battery Box.
An unfortunate coincidence with 'Black Box'. About this we will gonna see soon but later, sorry!

Allanp said...

Could be good, could be bad. I'm hoping for a good transmission and realistic suspention setup and wheels/tyres in the monster truck and longer pneumatics in the crane.

Dave said...

The "Black Box" could be the next-generation Lego Mindstorms 3.0!

Jetro said...

Black Box makes me think Power Functions.....

Fernando Correia said...

Hmm... Shouldn't that be an orange box!?? :D

Jetro said...

Yes, but I seem to remember something about a LEGO compatible PF product that was black.

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