"A most satisfying build, you can make sure the moving bits are working properly before the build is complete. As an owner of a Corvette ZR1 model, that was put into/onto the transport to corroborate LEGO's claim and it did, albeit a little tight on the lower deck. 'Driving' the cars onto the transporter is relatively easy, that said the Corvette appeared to have a tendency to roll forward when at ths front on the upper deck, this was cured by running one of the extra Safety Ropes/Chains, used on the upper deck of the vehicle to comply with H&S regulations, between the front 2 stantions, this will lay just above the bumper, and stop any forward movement. Excellently forward thinking by LEGO.
Being of an inquisitive nature, I had to see if the DB5 would also fit. Lower Deck - No, the roof fouled the underside of the upper deck, smaller wheels on the DB5 or a slightly bigger transporter needed; Upper Deck - yes, but only on the trailer. If on the main upper deck, it makes life extremely difficult to put on a 2nd car. Both the DB5 & the Corvette lock onto the luggs to prevent roll back. It would be nice to see a transporter that will take the Chiron and the 911 GT3 RS.
"The Aston Martin DB5 is perhaps the least satisfying model to build in our collection (which includes the Bugatti Chiron, the Porsche 911 GT3 & RSR, Ford Mustang, Ferrari F40 and Corvette ZR1). Once completed, it is extremely fragile and not an item to be played with. I agree with some of the comments I have read regarding the lights/machine guns, the bullet proof shield and lastly the ejector seat, which worked once, then required a partial rebuild to get it work again.
We have over 90 Lego items, not including Brickheads, which range from the 75105 and 75192 Millennium Falcons, thru the Saturn V & Hogwarts Castle down to a Hook Loader.
Can I recommend this model - Very pretty to look at, difficult to keep it in one piece during the build and more so when completed and moving it."