2013 Year in Review

Lego 2014


The Lego Car Blog Elves have been released into the ether to start their 2014 search, so what did they find in 2013, and what did we blog?

  • Hundreds of MOCs – The Lego Car Blog has published over 700 of your creations to date!
  • Several LEGO set Previews, including the entire 2014 Technic set line-up.
  • Reviews of some of the most anticipated LEGO sets to date, as well as a few classics from years past.
  • Five new interviews added to the Master MOCers Series, showcasing the work and the building journeys of some of the best Lego builders in the world.

All this has given The Lego Car Blog a bumper second year, with over half a million viewers joining us every 12 months we’re so busy that we’ve thought about calling it quits as we can’t keep up. Readers have joined us from over 170 countries worldwide and content has been re-blogged on Lego fan sites, national websites and on corporate social media.

What’s coming in 2014? 

For now, and with your support, we’re going to do our best to keep up the posts featuring the best creations built by you, as well as reviewing a few more official LEGO sets and interviewing some of the best Lego builders on the web.

As always you can let us know what you think of our content via the Feedback and Submission Suggestions page, and you can see what the Elves look for in a creation by visiting their Creation Criteria / Submission Guidelines.

We’re not sure how long this road we’re on is, but whilst we’re on it we’re going to have some fun! Thanks for your support and we hope you enjoy what’s coming up.


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2 thoughts on “2013 Year in Review

  1. Nathanael L. says:

    I really enjoy reading this blog! I like the snowflakes…


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