LEGO 6357 PDF

It has a score of This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 5 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom

Author:Dozragore Voodoojin
Country:Fiji
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Software
Published (Last):7 September 2014
Pages:406
PDF File Size:19.51 Mb
ePub File Size:5.93 Mb
ISBN:677-6-74082-956-9
Downloads:12615
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Samugore



This year, as I have previously discussed, we are seeing some interesting parallels between the LEGO city sets, and sets that are 20, 30 and 40 years old. I have also seen a particularly strong set of coincidences between the Town range of and that of today, and I would like to explore this further today.

Today I would especially like to look at the helicopter transporter truck. However, I am going to jump past that flaw in logic to examine this special class of set, which not only celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this year, but also has its tenth representation in a LEGO Set. Some might consider the Model Team version from to be the ultimate form of this type of construction, with large scale construction and functionality. Released in , has pieces and 2 minifigures.

I obtained mine through a Brick Link seller in the Netherlands. The set came in a couple of zip lock bags, and appeared to be well loved, as any set of this era should have been!

The instructions come on a single sheet of paper, with the instructions for building the truck on one side, and the helicopter on the other. Construction was simple, and completed in around 10 minutes. There are no stickers to apply.

I particularly likes the detail of the front of the truck, incorporating the headlights, as well as the use of the grille and the use of red Ehrling bricks to support the fender. The size of the vehicle almost prevents the use of stickers, and the level of detail is remarkable despite this.

Plates with Clip ring are also used to represent the fuels tanks underneath the cabin of the truck. The roof of the cabin lifts up. The trailer is attached to the truck using a peg on tile, through a hole in a technic plate.

The helicopter is a simple construction, and features a strong red and yellow stripes along the length of the fuselage. Fast forward 30 years to Rather than being an articulated lorry, this truck pulls the trailer. Compared to the four stud wide , the body is 6 studs wide, plus a little extra for the mudguards, wheels and wing mirrors. Other than the minifigure torsos which are both new for this set, there are no new, elements in this set.

The hand rail element has only appeared in 3 other sets. The 1x2x1 brick with studs on the side, and the inverse bow are relatively new, and the 1x2x1 panel had its corners rounded off in The build covers 2 manuals: the truck has 56 steps in book one, while the trailer and are just as labour intensive. There are 12 stickers in total to apply, and some of them can be tricky to apply squarely.

The front grille of the truck is essentially a built up panel applied to a SNOT element. The helicopter incorporates a little SNOT work, while the landing skids are a sturdy single part, but perhaps a brick built solution might be more elegant. A barrel of unknown contents, with Octan colouring is also provided for the helicopter to carry by its chain. Both sets come with two mini figures: a capped truck driver, and helmeted pilot. The figures in the older set feature the same torso, which has featured in 15 sets overall.

The torsos in the new set are new for , with fantastically details back prints. The legs of both figures are unprinted. The driver in the new set has been given feminine features, and the cap element includes hair in a ponytail. The new pilot has stubble. The helmets are the same for the old and new figures, and both have visors. Both the and are great examples of set design of their relative eras, even though they look a little when placed side by side. It becomes apparent that the proportions of the older model are a little strange, compared to what we might see in real life.

I appreciate the improved proportions of the newer truck, and appreciate the use of a colour scheme that reminds us of the older set. The helicopters follow quite different designs, with significantly more construction involved in the newer model. The chain allows for carrying a load. However, I am disappointed that a sticker is used to establish the diagonal line in front of the grille on the side of the helicopter. Then again, it is a set aimed at year olds….

The most obvious differences over this time are the details shown in the mini figures, and the relative scale of the vehicles, with the vehicles getting considerably larger with time. As you can see, the new truck is much longer than the original set:. Bot sets have their charm, and emphases on different building techniques, most obviously at the from end of the truck.

The helicopter transport truck has been a feature over this period of time, for reasons I cannot understand. I have never seen a helicopter on the back of a truck in real life… But you get a truck and a helicopter: two of the mainstay vehicles for your LEGO City layout. One for the roads and one for the sky or the roof tops. As the tenth representation of this iconic LEGO transportation combination, does not disappoint, and its colour scheme recalls the original set seen in I give both sets three point five arbitrary praise units out of five.

I do feel however that the newer set is a little overpriced in Australia, and the box that it comes in is oversized, perhaps returning to the days where too much air is being shipped with the LEGO bricks. Am I chasing rainbows and non existent imaginings?

Why not leave your thoughts below, and subscribe for further updates from the Rambling Brick. Lovely review and comparrision. I have such fond memories of the older transporter I wonder if I made it today whether it would still feel as perfect as it did back in the day.

Like Liked by 1 person. I would like to mention that Technic Cool Movers set no. Like Like. Thanks for pointing that one out- it totally evaded my search! I guess that makes number 11! Hello all, very nice review. About reasons for truck carrying a heli there are 2. If heli need to do some job far away it is more efficient to carry it there by truck :o Have a nice LEGO play. You are commenting using your WordPress.

You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Like this: Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:.

Email required Address never made public. Name required. Post to Cancel. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.

COCOS2D-X PVR FAILED TO SET PIXEL FORMAT FOR DUMMY PDF

Thirty Years of LEGO® Helicopter Transporters [Review 6357 vs 60183]

The lowest-priced, brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. See details for additional description. Great set, excellent for learning how to follow instrucitions. Verified purchase: No. Skip to main content.

CIROPEDIA ESPAOL PDF

Join our mailing list!

This year, as I have previously discussed, we are seeing some interesting parallels between the LEGO city sets, and sets that are 20, 30 and 40 years old. I have also seen a particularly strong set of coincidences between the Town range of and that of today, and I would like to explore this further today. Today I would especially like to look at the helicopter transporter truck. However, I am going to jump past that flaw in logic to examine this special class of set, which not only celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this year, but also has its tenth representation in a LEGO Set. Some might consider the Model Team version from to be the ultimate form of this type of construction, with large scale construction and functionality. Released in , has pieces and 2 minifigures. I obtained mine through a Brick Link seller in the Netherlands.

LIVRO O FILHO DE ELOHIM PDF

Instructions for 6357-1 - Stunt 'Copter N' Truck

The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. See details for additional description. Skip to main content. About this product. Make an offer:.

HORARIS EIX BUS PDF

LEGO Town Stunt 'Copter N' Truck (6357)

.

Related Articles