Get behind the wheel of the awesome 3-in-1 Turbo Track Racer!
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Climb into the cockpit of the powerful Turbo Track Racer, featuring a light-blue color scheme with a broad white racing stripe, white rear spoiler, black and white rims with low profile tires, automatic upswing doors and a detailed cockpit with roll cage, racing steering wheel, speedometer, moving gearshift, emergency brake lever, and flame-yellow and gray adjustable racing seats. Also features an opening rear hatch and hood, detailed engine with chrome colored grilles and moving parts, tinted windshield and detailed headlights, taillights, exhaust pipes and wing mirrors. This 3-in-1 LEGO® Creator model rebuilds into a Forklift Truck or a Cool Blue Racer.
Features automatic upswing doors, tinted windshield, black and white rims with low profile tires, rear spoiler, opening rear hatch and hood, engine with chrome colored grilles and moving parts, detailed headlights, taillights, exhaust pipes and wing mirrors, plus a detailed cockpit with adjustable racing seats, roll cage, racing steering wheel, speedometer, moving gearshift and an emergency brake lever.
Check out the light-blue color scheme with broad white racing stripe.
Features new-for-June-2017 black and white rims with low profile tires.
The large cockpit has room for 2 minifigures (not included).
Depress the rear spoiler and see the doors swing up.
3-in-1 model: rebuilds into a Forklift Truck or a Cool Blue Racer.
Turbo Track Racer measures over 2” (7cm) high, 8” (22cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide.
Forklift Truck measures over 5” (14cm) high, 8” (22cm) long and 3” (10cm) wide.
Cool Blue Racer measures over 1” (5cm) high, 9” (23cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide.
Rated 5 out of
check build instructions from lege websiteIt was a fun build overall, but had about 6 missing pieces follow the instruction booklet, never had missing pieces before. Then after checking the build instructions from lego website, it seems the booklet version is outdated and wrong for step 99.
Date published: 2017-12-26
Rated 5 out of
Turbo Track Racer "Drives" to Positive Review!I was very excited to buy this set, because based on the pictures, I really liked how all three builds looked. I'm happy to report that all three builds are good-to-great IMO. The main build the turbo track racer is phenomenal, it has a great color scheme, the detail is cool, although there isn't as much as a Creator expert build, but that's fine. The opening side door function is very cool and fun to play with, and I love the look of the seats on the inside. The build process was actually much more challenging than I anticipated, which for me was a nice surprise. The forklift works very well, and that's another solid build. The cool blue racer was my least favorite build, but for the 'smallest' build, it's better than a lot of others. All in all, a very solid set, but be aware of missing pieces, for mine was missing 7. I didn't let that affect my review of the set, but now I'll keep a close eye out for mistakes. Great set!
Date published: 2017-11-28
Rated 5 out of
Very Cool CarThis car looked very cool on the website, so I really wanted to get it. The build is quite easy and there are many blue pieces. When I had completed the build, I was surprised to see a boot in the front and the other functions were great too. The only problem was that the window is supported by hinge bricks, and when I moved the window it snapped off. I really liked the roll cage as well.
The B model, the Forklift Truck, was also a very good car. I like the moving forklift with the V8 engine, which was a good touch. My only problem was that there was no windshield!
I don't want to make the C model as it looks boring, but I think that the two other models are really great and the most minifigure-orientated. Well done Lego!
Date published: 2017-07-31
Rated 4 out of
Make sure instructions are correct!The set was really fantastic, I gave less than 5 stars because of quality issues.
We received an older version of the instructions, with pieces for the newer version of the set. This led to a great deal of confusion, when it appeared we were missing a number of pieces. Thankfully I checked the newest version of the instructions, before reporting the pieces missing.
The between this issue and a defective piece in another set this Christmas, it appears Lego is having some quality control issues. I've been building Lego sets since the mid-1980s, and have never seen anything like this.