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LEGO

60288 Race Buggy Transporter

$32.99

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SKU:
52408
UPC:
5702016889734
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The time has arrived... its race day! Jump into the SUV off-roader and head for the race circuit. Lower the trailer ramps and unload the supercool Baja buggy. Lift the roll cage and climb aboard. Put on your safety helmet. Ready, steady, GO! Power away from the starting line, steer around bends, zoom down straights and thunder across the finish line to break the LEGO® City speed record! Put kids creativity in the fast lane with this multi-model playset an impressive introduction to the exciting LEGO® City Great Vehicles universe. Whats in the box? Everything kids need to create a toy SUV off-roader and trailer with fold-down ramps for transporting the steerable Baja race buggy, plus 2 driver minifigures and cool accessories. The SUV off-roader seats the 2 minifigures. Kids can steer the Baja race buggy by tilting it left and right and can also combine this playset with other original LEGO® sets for even more action! This LEGO® City Race Buggy Transporter (60288) playset makes a great Christmas, birthday or any-other-day surprise for boys and girls aged 5 and up. When built, the race buggy transporter (including the trailer and Baja race buggy) measures over 2.5 in. (7 cm) high, 11.5 in. (30 cm) long and 2.5 in. (6 cm) wide. LEGO® accessories include a toy race helmet, fire extinguisher, wrench and a hammer. Includes a printed building guide and Instructions PLUS an interactive construction guide with zoom and rotate viewing tools for young builders. Part of the free LEGO® Building Instructions app. LEGO® City Great Vehicles playsets nurture kids creativity, physical skills and confidence with feature-rich land, air and water vehicles and fun characters that inspire open-ended creative play. All LEGO® components meet stringent industry standards to ensure they are consistent, compatible and fun to build with it's been that way since 1958. LEGO® components are dropped, heated, crushed, twisted and analyzed to make sure they meet strict global standards for safety.