LEGO Creator: James Bond Aston Martin DB5 (Hard to Find) - 1295 Pieces (10262)
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- Authentic build brings the world's most famous spy and his world to life
- Suitable for ages 16 years and older
- Overall dimensions: Width: 12cm (4"); height: 10cm (3"); depth: 34cm (13")
- Create an amazingly detailed 007's iconic 1964 Aston Martin DB5 sports car with workable features like opening doors, boot, and bonnet, as well as an ejector seat, revolving number plate, bulletproof screen, front wing machine guns, and so much more
- Hit the road in the ultimate spy style with this 1,290-piece build
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Of the 238 reviewers who responded, 220 would recommend this product.
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- Amazing Spy Car- March 28, 2019
I am amazed while building this car, how those spy tools are put together! I had blasting fun doing this. Bulletproof wall was little tight, so I adjusted the space between back window and trunk, and it works smoooooothly!! I love the most thing about this car is Ejecting chair! It s really fun to play with this, but just extra careful with where hands hold while pulling to eject as I held on trunk, it came off! But easily fixed this. Engine so detailed! Telephone hidden in the door, licence plate rolls into 4 different licence! eh! It s really amazing car. Not recommend this car to any kids! It is little fragile to play rough.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Ejector seat? You're joking!- February 17, 2019
I’m a huge James Bond fan and a casual Lego fan, so when I saw the teasers for this product I knew I had to get one. I’m pretty blown away by the design and ambitiousness of this model. There are so many details, from the ejector seat to the rotating license plate and the stylish instruction manual that resembles an MI:6 dossier. They even give you the list of all the movies the DB5 appears in because they know people will likely watch a Bond flick or two while putting together their new DB5. Here’s hoping that some bold designer at Lego is already working hard on the Lotus Esprit that transforms into a submarine from The Spy Who Loved Me.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- To all complainers......- April 17, 2020
Ok all the folks on here who have complained about this car’s features not working properly, pay careful attention to what you’re doing on this build. This is the most challenging expert creator car build due to all the gadgets and moving parts - you really have to double-check your work and test it as you go along. But don’t blame LEGO unless you’re missing pieces. Otherwise if your car doesn’t work properly, it’s because you messed up - and on this car even a slight mistake can get really sticky if you don’t catch it before moving to the next steps. This is an awesome build and a great display piece, so just build it carefully.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.