Set number: ; Name: Mobile TV Studio; Also known as: Mobile Tv Studio; Set type: Normal; Theme group: Modern day; Theme: Town; Subtheme. Mobile TV Studio Item №: Pieces: 78 Minifigures: 1 Price: $ € Ages: 5 – 12 Released: This is one of the few LEGO sets that is TV-related . LEGO Instructions Set Number Mobile TV Studio – Thousands of complete step-by-step free LEGO instructions.
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As you build, you can see this is a pretty sweet truck. Sign up for a new account in our community.
There could be a TV Van, a studio, and lots more! You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Special for its time? Rather than having the more regular 2×4 mudguards, this car has 2 4×5 car bases. Not surprisingly, blue dominates, but there’s some grey for the chassis and camera levo well. Nice to see a review of this set. Posted September 8, Man, I wish Lego would start making more sets like this. A note on the price: I hope you’ll forgive me for not having counted everything myself, but if you’re up to the challenge, here’s a picture of leo whole shebang:.
Time for a new vehicle in Lego City, methinks – lgeo brand new TV van based on this one None of the links below have a price listing, but luckily the Dutch catalogue still featured prices. I love almost all the Classic Town sets actually, but I guess it’s due to nostagia.
Already have an account? It’s just the zipper print we’ve seen so many times, mostly on racers. I remember it leo one i wanted but never got many years ago.
I can’t rate it perfect because of the minifig and the “flat front”, so I voted “above average”. My only quibble is that there’s no accompanying set at all, but that’s a teeny tiny minor thing that doesn’t hurt the set itself at all.
Apart from the minifig torso, there’s 4 printed parts. After 12 steps, your van is finished. The camera looks pretty neat. Judging by the other prices, it’s about what you’d expect. Posted September 8, edited. Sign in Already have an account?
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I have several with this screen on a regular slope, but this is the only one I own that’s lfgo. Sign In Sign Up. I really like this little set. For live broadcasts, the van also has a nifty sattellite dish and a color-coordinated antenna. For that, I bump up the final score half a point. I’ve taken it out for this review.
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I don’t quite understand why a cameraman is wearing this. It’s not a raving, you-must-get-this-now sort of conclusion to a review, but then this isn’t so much a town essential as it is a nice little detail to drop into your town somewhere.
Posted October 8, All thanks to the Mobile TV Studio!
A very nice little model. The box, courtesy of Peeron. Don’t really think so. It’s a perfect little design for the 4-wide classic era. It will fit into any town and fit especially well into a classic town from the era. I’ve 6616 taken the paper out of the plastic for the first time in many years, just for you guys to get a better shot. He also has the luxury of two working doors. The big TV panels are lefo neat.
Lego 6661 Mobile TV Studio
I love almost all the Classic Town sets actually, but I guess it’s due to nostagia ; thanks for your detailed review. Register a new account. Peeron has a scan of it listing the original price.
The two small windows behind him serve to make the space look bigger, even though they’re technically part of the van’s rear storage space. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. A nice little set that could be brought back and maybe even add a studio set.
I lefo this set. Time for another trip down memory lane This is then put in a large folder with all my other instructions. If you don’t have a big city yet, you could always 66661 your relatives by having your Lego man do in-depth reports on them. There weren’t too many TV-themed sets, but they were all good.
That and the small two-engined plane All dressed in white with a blue cap, this guy doesn’t get any sort of identifying TV outfit.