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LEGO Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - The Shellraiser Street Chase
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- Collect the exclusive Dog pound character; Includes 3 mini figures: Leonardo, Michelangelo, a Foot Soldier and 2 characters: Dog pound and The Kraang
- Features a LEGO Technic shooting cannon, rising wheel function, hidden rail wheels, a computer workstation, weapon rack, skateboard and seats
- Includes Dog pound's pizza van and oze drums along with 6 accessories: LEGO Technic shooting cannon, 2 swords, nunchucks, gold sword and a laser gun
- Remove the Shellraiser's roof to play inside and raise the wheels to ride on tracks with the hidden train wheels
- Measures over 6" (16cm) high, 9" (23cm) long and 5" (12cm) wide; Pizza delivery van measures over 3" (8cm) high, 3" (9cm) long and 2" (5cm) wide
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The van is a joke. The overall construction is flimsy. The wheels are attached in an odd way that makes the front end slant down, and it does not roll smoothly. The pizza van is actually very sturdy but the price you are paying does not make the set worth it.
On a good note, the minifigures are great, especially Dogpound (who is currently exclusive to this set.) I own most of the other TMNT sets. Overall, I felt most of the sets were disappointing, but this one was the worst. If you can find this set on sale, it would be worth it for the figures. Otherwise, avoid this one.
Completed the Shellraiser this weekend (took around 45 minutes), and I'm impressed. I've applied pressure to the entire vehicle and it has not spontaneously crumbled to bits like what some of the reviewers are saying. In fact, I have not succeeded in crushing the vehicle; barring throwing it against the wall, I don't know see this tank breaking.
I *think* what people are saying is this:
If you were to remove the roof, and *squeeze* the vertical axle of the tires, then and only then will the walls collapse.
However, once you place the roof back on, no amount of squeezing will damage the vehicle since the roof itself is a locking mechanism.
One caveat is that the small windows will fall off if pushed against. If you refer to the stock photo, you will see that the yellow windows are at a slight angle, achieved through the gray 90° positioning brick. Because of this, the top of the windows are not locked to the roof due to the angle difference.
- Sturdy vehicle that *will not* collapse if the roof is placed correctly over it.
- Windows will fall off if specifically pushed.
- Comes with Mikey, Leo, Dogpound, Kraang and a Foot Soldier minifigure (all 5 with entire body and/or face exclusive to this set).
- Feels more like a $49.99 MSRP set due to the amount of pieces.
- The Shellraiser is essentially a LEGO City Train (built on top of a train body plate with 4 wheels that will fit LEGO tracks).Read more ›
I'm an old geezer that played with Legos in the late 70s and early 80s. (think space and castle)
I also am a huge Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fan, recently after watching the Lego movie and picking up all my old Legos from my Mom and Dads, I got the bug to pick up some of these TMNT legos.
I had a great time sticking the Shellraiser together along with the six other Lego sets I picked up. Instructions are very clear and easy to use, bags are labeled nicely and all Lego pieces were in the packages - with a couple extra of some of the smaller ones you might lose.
So the big kid in my loved all new pieces I had never seen compared to my 80s Legos, That Giant tire in the back is sweet, the tires now even have sizes imprinted into them like real tires, really cool.
The Lego website also has some alternative instructions on what you can build with this set, go to the TMNT products page, select Donnie's Lab and then go to the alternative build for 79104 and download the pdf for that. There are 9 total alternate builds in Donnie's Lab for different TMNT sets.
Overall I am very impressed with the quality and selection of parts in the kit, I also love the attention to detail that Lego put into these new kits, plus it was nice to see that they didn't skimp on parts when they could have, even in areas were you can't physically see the Lego parts they used some to fill in areas nicely and smartly.
So mine will just sit on a shelf looking cool, but I see this being a fun toy for kids of all ages. 6-99
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The large wheels don't actually do the rolling, instead it rolls by smaller wheels hidden underneath. Also, the door on the side of the bus falls off easily. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Drew Cain
very awesome. Buy this for the kid that loves to assemble and keep it assembled though.Published 10 months ago by carol
I'm surprised to see all the negative reviews for this Lego set. Keep in mind that none of the elaborate Lego sets are really sturdy enough to withstand the same sort of rough... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mojo Rising
I like how it comes with multiple characters. and two vehiclesPublished 17 months ago by JIM PATTIE