"This is a nice addition to the Speed Champions collection. The lap timer/pit wall with this set will look great if you're creating a custom racetrack of some sort for your Speed Champions race cars (something I hope to accomplish by the end of the year). The build for the cars is straightforward and the 911 RSR builds like all the other Speed Champions race cars. I was skeptical of the wheels for the regular 911 being bigger than the tires provided, but the end result looks surprisingly good. I understand the need for stickers in order to enhance detail at low cost, however, I recently finished the 75884 Mustang Fastback build and there was a printed tile of the mustang icon for the rear of the car. I wish LEGO would consider doing printed pieces like these for all the smaller stuff & leave the sticker option for the larger portions of the cars. Overall a nice set well worth the $30 and I hope to see more Porsche licensed products in the future."
"The last Technic build I did was the great model 8448 that still sits in my bedroom after all these years. This set has been sitting in a closet for months, but decided to finally put it together to get myself back into Technic building. The build will be pretty straightforward for LEGO builders at intermediate level & above. I think sets like this are great for beginner Technic builders because its simple enough while also showing them what they're getting into when building Technic models. The set features working steering, transmission, engine, and movable seat. I was surprised how they incorporated the steering without the use of gears. I too am disappointed how wide it is, but its more of a display piece for me, anyway. I like the gear shift system build into the drive train, but wish 1-N-2 was labeled in the car somewhere. Like all my other LEGO sets, I'm disappointed with the stickers, but the stickers on my LEGO 8448 still remain after 17-18 years, so tough to complain. Overall, a nice model to put with other Technic vehicles and here's hoping a go-kart of a larger scale comes in the future."
"This is another set that offers a lot of play value for not a lot of money. The pickup truck is a nice build overall. The trailer is a bit more sturdy than most other trailers, which I appreciate. The ATV storage is designed well and is a snug fit in both parts of the build.
There is no inner fender in the truck bed so the rear tires are kind of just exposed. If you want to place any extra tools or parts in the pickup bed, they'll likely rub against the tire, which is a bit of a disappointment since there's only so much extra stuff you can put on the trailer. I also wish the truck interior was designed a bit better so it can accommodate both mini figs. I also feel the spare tire carrier was flimsy & cheap. I replaced it with a bearing 2x2 axle on top of two black profile bricks and mounted the spare on that. Its a more secured fit and IMO looks better on the trailer. Overall a good buy and looks nice next to my other recreational trailered sets."
"This is a quality set for both play and display. There are a fair amount of pieces that go into the van, which results in a very solid and sturdy build that should hold up well in the hands of young children. The swing door on the trailer is also put together well and isn't flimsy at all. I already have this set sitting in storage, but Target has this priced around $13 at the time of this review, so I decided to get another. I was watching a movie while assembling, which is why I spend over an hour on it. Build is easy and straightforward. There are several ways to display it thanks to the little details. It will look great sitting with other city sets, such as 60149 4x4 with Catamaran. The only drawback I see is that the speed dials are on a printed brick while the plates & outside designs are on stickers. Even if bought at retail price, its a great set for the money and will hold up for a long time."
"I'm a huge Simpsons nut. Love collecting these silly characters from the show to add to my Simpsons house & Kwik E Mart sets. I picked up four from my local LEGO store: Hans Moleman, Lisa, Homer, and Martin. I spent 10 minutes "feeling" the packages to help reassure me each one was something different. There lies the problem. I hate how LEGO has chosen this secret package approach to collecting them. Unless you have a lot of money burning a hole in your pocket, it's best to buy these locally and not on the website. I know many fellow LEGO collectors hate how expensive these figures are, but I'd rather they cost too much and guarantee what you're buying over buying a mystery package that's adequately priced or slightly overpriced. I might buy a few more at my local LEGO store, but after that, I'll wait to buy the rest on Amazon so I know what I'm buying. I hate saying that, because I strongly prefer making my LEGO purchases on the site or in store. Again, I love collecting these, just hate the method of obtaining them."
"What an incredible set.......... I bought this on the website the second it was available for LEGO VIP members. I saw it at my local LEGO Store the day before it arrived and was shocked at how large the box is. It has tons of detail, which is typical of all the available Simpsons LEGO sets. It puts a smile on my face every time I look at it. I spent two days putting it together due to my busy work schedule and enjoyed every bit of it. If I had one gripe, its that it carries the same price as the Simpson house (when it was in stock), but has 400 fewer pieces. Hardly a deal breaker for either a Simpsons fan or LEGO collector. Don't hesitate and pick this up while its still available. Thank you, come again!"