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Amazing Vehicles Vol.1

The LEGO Build-it Book


​​With just one collection of LEGO® bricks, you can build any of these 10 models—from the simple Go-Kart to the intricate Rescue Truck.Handy tips and advanced building techniques will inspire you to create your own amazing models for even more fun!


Off-Roader                              Historic Racer

Go-Kart                                    Classic Car

Muscle Car                             Wheel Loader

Stroller                                     Street Rod

Multi-Purpose                        Truck Rescue Truck



Book Details

Paperback: 136 pages

Publisher: No Starch Press (July 19, 2013)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 159327503X

ISBN-13: 978-1593275037

Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches


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"Nathanael Kuipers and Mattia Zamboni set a new standard with this book, a standard that other authors just might struggle to live up to. Every aspect of this book is top-notch, from cover to cover."


BrickNerd (Read More)



​​"A great intro to some clever building techniques that older kids will love to try out. The instructions themselves are just as simple to follow as LEGO’s."


Nathan Barry, GeekDad (Read More)




"The instructions and model renders are extremely well done. You'll have pleasure flicking through it and seeing the amazing potential of a pile of LEGO bricks."


Huw Millington, Brickset (Read More)




"This is one of the most useful LEGO books I have ever come across."


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​​"Whether you simply want instructions for 10 great alternative models or need a hands-on guide to improve your creative skills, this book is a valuable addition to your LEGO Library"


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"Once again, No Starch Press has offered LEGO enthusiasts a great book full of extra fun for both kids and adults."


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"The guide is seriously high quality with simple, easy-to-follow instructions. A great idea that leans more toward frugality versus purchasing new official kits every few months."


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