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LEGO Ideas hasn't had many small-scale sets reach the shelves. This is (what I hope to be) a perfect example of what can happen when you combine playability and display-ability with affordability. The ship is made of roughly 150 pieces, which translates to about $15 – $20.
The goal was to create an overall incredibly sturdy, break-proof set designed for all ages, that loosely resembles the build of a Corvette.
The Stingray can fit one pilot beneath the opening canopy without any hassle, even if he has a backpack. No unconventional techniques were used to build the set, so it would translate to building instructions like any ordinary LEGO product.