About Us

The Lego Car Blog was founded in late 2011 to cater for the growing vehicle-building portion of the online Lego community, whose work was at the time unrecognised by the established Lego blogs.

Since our launch in 2011 we have steadily grown to become one of the more well known Lego blogs on the ‘net, alongside such institutions as The Brothers Brick, Eurobricks and Bricknerd. Our articles range from publicising builders’ creations to Lego news, set reviews and builder interviews. All of our content is open-source and free to share, and can be accessed via the main menu at the top of each page, or by the search function and archiving tool at the bottom.

The Lego Car Blog is not related to, supported, or endorsed by The LEGO Group. We are a separate not-for-profit organisation staffed by enthusiastic volunteers and The Lego Car Blog Elves, whose unending job it is to source the very best Lego content from around the world wide web.

Our administration costs are met by the advertising revenue generated via site impressions, with all profit being donated to good causes. This means that every time you visit us you’re doing a little bit of good too!

We hope you enjoy your stay, and if you have any comments or feedback on our content we’d love to hear from you. To get in touch simply add a comment to any article or leave us a message on our Feedback and Submission Suggestions page.

If you’d like to support The Lego Car Blog you can do so in a number of ways; simply Like, Subscribe and Share us!


28 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Micki Waldren says:

    Hi, are you accepting any kind of ads on your web site? I would love to buy a banner ad for a few months advertising my blog which is closely related. Let me know, or give me an email address that I can reach you at. Thank you!


  2. timeprowler says:

    Hi Guys, Love the blog. I’ve give you the scoop on a new LEGO Expo featuring hot rods. Can you give me a private email that I can send you details to please.


  3. Vibor Cavor says:

    It’s a shame I didn’t run into this blog sooner. I am so glad though I have discovered it at all. It’s a real treat to finally see a blog entirely dedicated to great builders who do inspirational cars out of LEGO.


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  7. Jan says:

    Hey, I created a Nice caravan … Is It possible To upload It on your and How.. ?


  8. magda says:

    I’ve never seen a sandblasted lego transporter, this is great…



  9. Love this site, just Thanks Jackie

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  10. Pat says:


    how about sending out the elves to http://www.doktor-brick.de too?

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