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- Truck measures 15 cm long, 5 cm wide, 7 cm tall
- 191 pieces, 91 unique pieces
- Inlcudes mail truck, mailbox, mail carrier minifigure, 4 letters, and 6 packages
- Rear door opens and roof lifts off for access to the interior
- This set
packs a high level of detail and real-world subject at a budget price – about
the same price as a small LEGO City or Speed Champions set.
- There hasn’t
been a postal-themed LEGO set in a few years and never in this level of detail.
- Canada Post quite possibly has the most attractive design for a postal
vehicle. Compared to other countries’ postal trucks, Canada Post has an iconic
red/white color scheme with the nice blue curve going across the side.
- Young kids, teens, and adults would enjoy this set. Even older adults
who aren’t LEGO fans could enjoy this real-world, iconic truck as a collectible
- LEGO has worked with Canada Post in the past and produced two sets: 105
Mail Van released in 1984 and 107 Mail Truck released in 1985.
- Canada Post sells merchandise/gift items at many of their retail
outlets. This LEGO Ideas Canada Post Delivery Truck would be a much more
engaging product compared to their collectible coins and stamps they sell. This
set could be displayed in Canada Post retail outlets in their collectibles glass
case and it would stand out well in the store.
- There are over 6200 Canada Post post offices throughout Canada. This
product could be sold at these post offices and bring LEGO to many small towns
across the country where toy stores are uncommon.
- This set includes many useful pieces, such as the red 2 x 6 x 2 train
windscreen, which was previously used on the LEGO 10020 Santa Fe Super Chief.
This piece alone goes for over $20 on Bricklink and justifies the purchase of
this set, for those who are interested in that piece.
- The printed ‘LEGO parcel shipping label’ tan 1x2 tiles would be a useful
general LEGO element that can be used for other creations, as well as future
- We could use more representations of great Canadian design and
craftsmanship in LEGO sets!