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LEGO Ideas Caterham Seven 620R Is a Mini Automotive Masterpiece

by Shane McGlaun
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LEGO Ideas showcases some of the coolest blocky constructs in all the world, and the best part is that some of the user-submitted designs eventually get produced. The latest awesome kit you can actually buy appeals to both the LEGO and car geek inside of me. So without further ado, I present the LEGO Caterham Seven 620R.

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If you aren’t familiar, the Caterham Seven is a modern reproduction of the famous Lotus 7 racecar from the ’60s. The car embodies the add lightness mentality of Lotus and is dead sexy to boot. The LEGO kit is of the high-end 620R model that is stupid fast, so fast that this LEGO kit might outrun your Prius.

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The kit measures 3″ high x 11″ long x 5″ wide and has 771 bricks. You will be able to buy it starting on October 1, 2016 at a recommended price of $79.99(USD). It’s already listed for sale on the Toys R Us website though. If anyone needs Christmas ideas for me, this is the ticket.

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[via LEGO Ideas]

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