Every LEGO set reviewed by The Lego Car Blog, ever.

Welcome to the LEGO Set Review Library. This resource contains all of the official LEGO set reviews by The Lego Car Blog to date. To read a set review just click on your chosen set below and you’ll be transferred to the relevant review or set comparison page. How neat is that!

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[…] It’s a creation that’s well worth further investigation, and you can do so at Paul’s MOCpage or via the Eurobricks discussion forum here. You can also read our interview with Paul in Master MOCers Series 1 here, and you can check out our review of the original 8860 Technic set from 1980 via the Set Review Library. […]

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[…] in the current Review My Set Competition, as well as those reviewed by our in-house team, by clicking this link, and if you’d like to review a set to add to the library as Andrea has, then get in […]

[…] to Nils for joining us here at The Lego Car Blog to add the final competition set review to the Set Review Library. You can read all of the fan-submitted set reviews, as well as those written by our in-house […]

[…] asking you, our readers, to submit your reviews of LEGO sets that you thought should be in the Set Review Library. We’ve published loads of your entries (which can read by clicking the link above) and we now […]

[…] the meantime we’ll aim to keep bringing you the very best vehicular creations, set reviews, LEGO news, and builder interviews, and we look forward to another year being totally puzzled by […]

[…] a winner! You can see all of the Reader Reviews that were successful in being published in the Set Review Library, good luck to all the competition entrants, and remember that views received after today will not […]

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[…] Despite being LEGO’s second Technic car chassis, 8860 is often thought of as the daddy of all Technic sets, paving the way for the series of Technic Supercars that followed (of which you can read more in the Set Review Library). […]

[…] the horizon…). Thanks to Nils O for joining us as a Guest Reviewer to add another set to the Set Review Library. If you’d like to write a set review as Nils has you can; simply get in touch with us via […]

i dont know if you guys mentioned it (i didnt see it) but the 4896 Roaring Roadster is an awesome set too. It kinda reminds me of a mazda miata model. its from the lego creator series but its pretty good size

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[…] On looks alone 42096 seems to be winner, and with a few working features too it could do rather well. LEGO’s new Technic Porsche 911 RSR set will reach stores early next year and is expected to cost around £120/$140/$170 depending on the market. Until then we’ll continue to bring you LEGO’s new 2019 releases as our Elves return to TLCB Towers with them, and remember that you can read our reviews of the current Technic and past line-ups via the Review Library. […]

[…] Which is your favourite new Technic set of 2019? Let us know in the comments, and you can read our reviews of dozens of LEGO’s past Technic sets via the Set Review Library here. […]

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Hi guys,

it’s great to see this new collection of your reviews, but you forgot to add the review of the mighty 853 car chassis:

https://thelegocarblog.com/2011/11/08/lego-technic-853-956-car-chassis-set-review/

Thanks for your great work

and regards,

Nils

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Hello Nils

How did we forget that one!? Many thanks for the heads-up, we’ve now added it to the Library.

TLCB Team

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How does one suggest a kit to be reviewed? I’d be happy to review it myself 😉

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Hello Mr. Jenkins

Official LEGO sets can be reviewed by any of our readers (upon our acceptance of their application to submit a review).

Third Party products must be submitted to us here at TLCB for our review.

Kind regards

TLCB Team

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How? I can’t find your contact details/address etc

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Hello Mr. Jenkins

You can reach us via private message by clicking on the ‘About Us’ tab in the main menu, and filling in the contact form. We can then reply to you via email.

Kind regards

TLCB Team

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Tried that – it just crashes the site when you click on the name box – comes up with some error about a search not found???

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Hello Mr. Jenkins

Oh, that’s not right! : ( We’ve re-written the code and it seems OK now – give it a go and let us know.

Kind regards

David

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Email sent – hope it gets to you ok!

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[…] It’s a creation that’s well worth further investigation, and you can do so at Paul’s MOCpage or via the Eurobricks discussion forum here. You can also read our interview with Paul in Master MOCers Series 1 here, and you can check out our review of the original 8860 Technic set from 1980 via the Set Review Library. […]

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Thanks for adding my review to your library!

-Marco. qm

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i dont know if you guys mentioned it (i didnt see it) but the 4896 Roaring Roadster is an awesome set too. It kinda reminds me of a mazda miata model. its from the lego creator series but its pretty good size

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