Eurobricks member SAN brings us a unique MOC, a 60′s police car:
SAN's 60's Police Car MOC
This clever little MOC expertly captures the unique style of a 60′s police car. Just check out those high, rounded fenders! Check out more pics and join in the discussion on Eurobricks.
Better late than never, right? I’ve had this NYPD Cushman Interceptor by [DustyBricks] in my “To blog” bookmark since March. The Interceptor is a three-wheeled vehicle used by the New York City Police Department for foot patrol and parking enforcement.
He'll get you... slowly
Let [DustyBricks] know what you think on his flickr page.
Modular master builder Jasper Joppe Geers has completed his most recent MOC, a Dutch police station. However, it’s not your everyday straight or corner modular on a 32 x 32 base plate, but an ‘inside corner’ built on a 48 x 48 base. It features a garage, reception, jail cells, and plenty of office space. The interior is wonderfully detailed with cleverly designed furniture and office equipment. The exterior is loaded with ‘feather’ pieces for decoration and Jasper Joppe has created some brilliant stained glass windows for his police station. There are some other ‘impurities’ for you to discover, but they’re easily forgiven given the end result.
Modular Dutch Police Station
Drop by the Eurobricks Town forum to leave your comments and provide some suggestions on the interior for the attic.
Attention everyone! This is a special bulletin. A robber had stolen a sack of money and escaped on his orange scrambler. The local police authority is not intending to let him go so easily and deploys the new 7286 Prisoner Transport which is also part of the City 2011 LEGO Police sets.
Will he attempt to escape again?
Thanks to Eurobricks Reviewers Academy Teacher, Rufus for sharing this incredible in-depth review plus a bonus comparison with the 7245 Prisoner Transport which was released in 2005.
There are plenty of pics of the new 2011 LEGO City line at Eurobricks:
3661 Bank and Money Exchange
Check out all of the new images here and join the discussion here
It has definitely meets the rigorous standard of the LEGO Police Operational requirements. This brown tall Modular Police Station is built by our talented Eurobricks Fellow, Teddy.
Modular Police Station
He has planned the design well and installed many basic features such as the armoury, prison cells, investigation room, interrogation corner, garage and workbench. It pleases me to see such an outstanding piece of police modular creation which can be placed at the side of the 10197 Fire Brigade.
This nice looking Mafia Jail is build in the 1930′s era which is currently fortify by the Police Force. However, I supposed things are not going to be nice for these Police Officers, as Mafia Gang Members are now surrounding the building complex and intend to rescue their boss, Rocky Marlo. Check out this nice piece of creation, done by our Eurobricks member, Ratshot.
Mafia Jail, 1930's era
Our recent Reviewers Academy graduate, Zorbas has recently shared with us an incredible 1987 Classic Town review which I am excited about. Although the 6522 Highway Patrol is small but it is certainly one of the best Police LEGO Classic Town set to implement human resource expansion on your Police Task Force.
It contains 2 Classic Town motorcycle and Police Officers, with printed police tiles and phone booth. What’s more, this set was actually very affordable back then. Seeing such Classic Town sets again sure brings back many fond memories.
6522 Highway Patrol
Sure, they are a little late for the recently finished Prohibition Mafia on Eurobricks (but then again: who would have thought it would be game over in only a few nights?), but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t feature these excellent mafia (and police) rides by PigletCiamek (Piglet on Brickshelf). These cars, in beautiful 1920s style, all seat at least two and most cases even four minifigs. Be sure to check out shots of each of the individual cars on Brickshelf. You can even watch the mafia in action using their rides.
In a twisted (and also a bit sad) way, perhaps it’s good that the King of Pop isn’t here to see this – because Eurobricks member Ralph Savelsberg has continued his Dutch Emergency Vehicles frenzy by adding a quick-looking VW Golf Police Car to the unit. Woe to all Speed Demons!
De maximumsnelheid overschreden, huh?
On second thought, perhaps MJ and his cartoon bike would have been too fast, even for this swift li’l hatchback. Check out what’s underneath the hood and tell us who you think will make it to the border first… and don’t forget to pop in a CD by The Man for good old times’ sake.