There are rotating gold-colored screw blades leading to the brick-built twin propeller engines, which you can view through the window built into the port side of the ship. Fans will be excited with this new ship for the rare blue color bricks.
It is also an improvement over the last ship with more features such as a stand to display the ship, clear side panels to view the engine and gold coin in the front of hull for good luck. One thing to note from the press release is that the ship will be 25 inch or 65 cm long. Thanks for checking out my listing, feel free to message me with any questions!
Price reduced to reflect an imperfect box.Built from over 1, 500 bricks, the model recreates the real vessel in amazing detail. Box is in good condition with minor shelf wear. Maersk cargo-trucks (the #1651 from 1980, the #1552 from 1985, and the #1831 from 1995).
You can even customize it by adding or removing the containers.
I don’t think this would look unrealistic even when mixed, after all cargo carrying vehicles and vessels do go though quite a bit of use and abuse. And what is even worse is that several of the stickers are applied over an assembly of parts – which basically means that ones you build this set you won’t be able to take it apart without ruining the stickers.
This will assure that you will have fresh stickers in case the ones on your display-model get ruined, or if you decide to sell the set in the future. Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below!
That’s one huge sticker across multiple yellow 2x4s. What she did is she actually took a knife and cut up the applied stickers, so when its combined, it still looks pretty good, but it becomes fully separable. It won’t be as good as if you had kept the sticker intact, but think like prints that line up, but you could still obviously see they are two separate pieces.
I have the 2010 model and am due to get the 2004 one as well. Did them a couple of years ago and two house moves. Build your own version of this accurately detailed freighter and embark on a voyage of trade and adventure!
It is different from the others and still lots of fun to build. The ages of children are from 5 to 10 who have built them. These sets were used for their company promotions but also available for sale to the public. The only difference was the set number and an increase in the number of bricks from 988 to 990 pieces. Stickers for the side of the ship and containers were also changed to reflect the new name. The completed model is 27 inch or 69 cm long. For the 10152 set, there were three versions released over three years. The set itself is iconic and looks great. As the set has been discontinued for some time, it is hard to find this set.
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