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9 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. […] if you’d like the chance for your own review to be published here at The Lego Car Blog then get in touch! There are currently even prizes available for the best […]


  2. […] a set that is currently missing from the review archive we’d still love to receive it! Simply get in touch us letting us know the set you’d like to critique and you could see your writing appear here for over one million viewers a […]


  3. […] our readers can be more mobile than us, and one such reader contacted us with an offer to cover a LEGO event. Over to today’s Guest Blogger, Jan […]


  4. […] of the most common comments we receive here at The Lego Car Blog, along with ‘Can I have instructions?’ and […]


  5. […] You can check out all the sets and third-party products reviewed by clicking here, you can check out BrickPals via the links above, and if you’d like to a review a set that isn’t one of the one-hundred already reviewed then get in touch! […]


  6. BMW M1 I don’t think you’ve featured.


    • Hello Ryan

      Thanks for your suggestion. That’s an awesome looking M1! However we tend not to blog digital creations / renders. Do you know if the designer has built this from actual LEGO pieces?

      Kind regards
      TLCB Team


  7. […] self-requests, which we politely decline. However this week we received an unusual email to our direct mailbox from a builder wishing to share their model with us, but not wanting the fame/glory/riches/girls […]


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