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Blockcar: LEGO-Inspired R/C Car Lets You Build Your Own Custom Vehicles

by Paul Strauss
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Taking its design cues from the snap-together world of LEGO, this clever remote-control car is great for those of you who just have to have things your own way.

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When stripped bare, this R/C vehicle just looks like a flat LEGO base. I’m not sure if you can use just any old LEGO blocks with it, but start snapping on some of the 108 included color blocks, and you can build your own unique automotive creation. Of course, you can always change its look when you get bored. The BlockCar base comes in blue, yellow or red versions, and even has built-in headlights and tail lights. And if you get really creative, you could join multiple cars together to make one megaLEGOcar.

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While the BlockCar isn’t an official LEGO product, it’s good enough for me (at least until LEGO makes their own version). You can get your hands on the BlockCar R/C vehicle over at Strapya World for just $22 (USD).

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