Set number: ; Name: Construction Crew; Also known as: Road Works With Warning Lights; Set type: Normal; Theme group: Modern day; Theme: Town. Construction Crew Item №: Pieces: Minifigures: 2 Released: Theme: Town Construction Crew is a Town set released in. Find great deals for LEGO Town Classic Construction Crew (). Shop with confidence on eBay!.
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Peeron: Light & Sound Construction Crew (#)
If you turn this piece you can change the feature from blinking to fixed light. It has the light system, that can be combined, so you can take out the lights from the fences and put in the light bulbs. Next we build the trailer: Every town needs proper lightning and effects!
Posted December 28, edited. The playability of this set is awesome! Here you can see the hinge black pieces that allows the excavator to change direction steering. If you click on the flickr squares you can see the “lost” pictures. The front torso of the driver has a classic town worker print and the front of the worker as a nice speedway symbol on it.
I had some problems with flickr,i’ll try to solve them. These are road workers as you can guess. Posted December 28, Sign in Already have an account? Already have an account?
Cool review on a classic set. You can put some of the tools on the top of the trailer.
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You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Not lights, just prisms. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Well, not those, today’s lights are much more economical with energy. I don’t remember, but sure my parents paid it! Wish we had more modern sets with working lights.
Classic air and red cap and classic minifig faces. A nice bunch of tools! Register a new account.
LEGO SET 6481-1 – Construction Crew
It sounds like a great piece for any lego town. Posted December 31, Searching in the forum I realised that this set needed a review. This a set from my childhood, i played a lot with, and as I’m cleaning up and restoring all my classic old sets, decided to do this little review.
The electric cable goes under the battery box: I have no instruction booklet either box, they were lost: Front and back views: It’s funny to look back on how simple some of the old sets were.
Thanks a lot for this great review! By clicking in the link you can see not only the instructions, but the features of the 9V light system. It like the lights and signs a lot.
Its an easy build with a little SNOT. The trailer has a lot of tools including a pneumatic hammer.
If you have it, you know what I’m speaking of. There are 3 light bulbs in the set. Do you hear TLG?! I played with this wonderful set in my own childhood too, I loved it then and I still love it today! Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
I didn’t plan on getting the set myself but I am now. Edited December 28, by Plate.
Okay, i can’t be objective here. Its a set with which I played a lot. Sign In Sign Up. But maybe some alteration of the lightbricks we see in some sets. Very very nice set. As much as i enjoy realism, Sometimes I miss the classic and simple sets that just feel more Lego-ish to me.
And…finished model, trees and road plate are not included in the set. You can attach the trailer to the excavator or put it apart.
We start with the excavator: Posted December 30, Easy step construction, as i mentioned, i don’t have the original booklet, but i found the instructions here: