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LEGO Speed Champions Sets: Ferrari F8 Tributo or 1985 Audi Sport Quattro S1 EXPIRED

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you prob hear that a lot
Just built this with my 5 year old the other day, picked it up at Walmart along with the 911 and McClaren as those are being retired soon, and all were on sale (and this one put it over the $35 mark for free shipping!)

Thing looks fantastic, apparently the 2020 Speed Champions cars are 8 studs wide instead of the standard 6. This allows for the driver to sit on the driver's side of the car instead of right in the center, and there is room for passenger too I think at the very least there's a seat for one not sure if the arm width will allow two. The other two I bought are 6 stud wide, and while they look fine, those extra 2 studs seem to allow for so much better scaling in and make it look so much sleeker, as a complete apples to orange, the F40 Speed Champions car looks like absolute ass in comparison, too tall for the width.

I'm not sure if this 8-wide move will be the future of lego vehicles, I kind of doubt they'll make everything 8 wide going forward (although I think they should), but at the very least I hope they stick with this for the Speed Champions line. I'll gladly pay the $5 difference between this and the older style (it does come with somewhere in the order of 25% more piece too so it's not just "it's wider hence more expensive".

That said, if you're one to play a lot with lego sets, then the 8 wide might pose problem, e.g. wouldn't work with new car carrier set released as that supports 6 wide cars. And it may look a bit 'off" compared to other cars, 6 to 8 is a 33% increase in width. Also if you have a full on lego city with plates and everything it may look funny, I don't so I don't care, other than wishing the other two cars I picked up were also this wide. And my kid doesn't mind playing with it either, except that I did tell him "This is daddy's toy, I better not see a Batman logo on the roof"

At $16 absolute solid vehicle bye, it looks fantastic, the little figures still fit in it for a sense of "realism" and the detail is quite amazing, head and shoulders above the "shoe boxes with wheels" I used to build when I was younger.
As an adult LEGO enthusiast, personally I was disappointed with this set. Realistic look but lots of stickers (as with all the speed champs sets) and even the front headlights are stickers.. c'mon LEGO!! Decent price though.

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My daughter got the Ferrari for Christmas and I helped her put it together. I must admit, it's really cool! The ground effects and front hood fit together in a unique way and the louvres on the back window are pretty cool looking.
Totally worth it imo, though it was only played with as a car for about 15 minutes and then turned into a battlebot, as all our sets do...
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Awesome. I got my kids the 911 and the F40 a few months ago, ever since we've had our eye on the 85 Audi Quattro. Very excited.
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Awesome. I got my kids the 911 and the F40 a few months ago, ever since we've had our eye on the 85 Audi Quattro. Very excited.
Same on my end - will also pickup these 2 sets Smilie

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My daughter got the Ferrari for Christmas and I helped her put it together. I must admit, it's really cool! The ground effects and front hood fit together in a unique way and the louvres on the back window are pretty cool looking.
Totally worth it imo, though it was only played with as a car for about 15 minutes and then turned into a battlebot, as all our sets do...
Hahahaha. I'm looking at several x-wings that no longer resemble x-wings. And one of my kids keeps ripping apart the figures so who knows where the rest of darth vadar is.
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As an adult LEGO enthusiast, personally I was disappointed with this set. Realistic look but lots of stickers (as with all the speed champs sets) and even the front headlights are stickers.. c'mon LEGO!! Decent price though.
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As an adult LEGO enthusiast, personally I was disappointed with this set. Realistic look but lots of stickers (as with all the speed champs sets) and even the front headlights are stickers.. c'mon LEGO!! Decent price though.
Lego enthusiasts usually mod these sets themselves to make them truly stunning. For what it is, a set aimed at 8+, it's really great.
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I have the creator / technic series for myself and all of the speed champions for the kids. They like them and are able to build them.
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worst pos toy sorry but this thing is small
you prob hear that a lot
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Just built this with my 5 year old the other day, picked it up at Walmart along with the 911 and McClaren as those are being retired soon, and all were on sale (and this one put it over the $35 mark for free shipping!)

Thing looks fantastic, apparently the 2020 Speed Champions cars are 8 studs wide instead of the standard 6. This allows for the driver to sit on the driver's side of the car instead of right in the center, and there is room for passenger too I think at the very least there's a seat for one not sure if the arm width will allow two. The other two I bought are 6 stud wide, and while they look fine, those extra 2 studs seem to allow for so much better scaling in and make it look so much sleeker, as a complete apples to orange, the F40 Speed Champions car looks like absolute ass in comparison, too tall for the width.

I'm not sure if this 8-wide move will be the future of lego vehicles, I kind of doubt they'll make everything 8 wide going forward (although I think they should), but at the very least I hope they stick with this for the Speed Champions line. I'll gladly pay the $5 difference between this and the older style (it does come with somewhere in the order of 25% more piece too so it's not just "it's wider hence more expensive".

That said, if you're one to play a lot with lego sets, then the 8 wide might pose problem, e.g. wouldn't work with new car carrier set released as that supports 6 wide cars. And it may look a bit 'off" compared to other cars, 6 to 8 is a 33% increase in width. Also if you have a full on lego city with plates and everything it may look funny, I don't so I don't care, other than wishing the other two cars I picked up were also this wide. And my kid doesn't mind playing with it either, except that I did tell him "This is daddy's toy, I better not see a Batman logo on the roof"

At $16 absolute solid vehicle bye, it looks fantastic, the little figures still fit in it for a sense of "realism" and the detail is quite amazing, head and shoulders above the "shoe boxes with wheels" I used to build when I was younger.
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I appreciate the feedback. That's some good info.

I completely agree with you I hope 8-wide will become the standard. Some reason just looks way better. Good move picking up the Porsche and McClaren. Enjoy the building!
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My daughter got the Ferrari for Christmas and I helped her put it together. I must admit, it's really cool! The ground effects and front hood fit together in a unique way and the louvres on the back window are pretty cool looking.
Totally worth it imo, though it was only played with as a car for about 15 minutes and then turned into a battlebot, as all our sets do...
Release the Kragle !!!
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