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this set includes 3 classic cars: a red 1967 Ford Mustang, A blue Mini Cooper S and a yellow Porsche 918 Spyder. It also includes a camera, a referee's stand and a service motorcycle. This set is perfect if you want to play out a race or if you are just a fan of these cars.
This Set includes 4 minifigures: Referee, Yellow Racer, Red Racer and Blue Racer. The referee has a racing flag and needs no further editing. The racers are all wearing race suits that match in colour to their cars. They could use reprint on their chest.
The camera has a stand that will allow it to stand by itself and attach to other lego pieces. It also has a red recording indicator light.
The service motor cycle is a simple black dirt bike that the Referee can ride in case of an emergency. The set also comes with a biking helmet for the referee. The bike has a stand that can be raised or lowered.
The referee's stand has 2 banners and a fence. It is slightly elevated above the race track and has steps on the left side.
This is a rough replica of the 1967 Ford mustang (copied from a google image search). It's got a removable roof and a minifigure fits inside. Inside there is a steering wheel and a gearbox.
This is a rough replica of the Mini Cooper S (copied from a google image search). It's got a removable roof and a minifigure fits inside. Inside there is a steering wheel and a gearbox.
This is a rough replica of the Porsche 918 Spyder (copied from a google image search). It's got no roof and a minifigure fits inside. Inside there is a steering wheel and a gearbox.
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