If you've had a lot of free time lately, you're probably looking for some new projects to fill it up with. LEGO sets can be perfect for this, and while the small and medium sets that make up the bulk of LEGO & # 39; s catalog can be finished relatively quickly, LEGO has many more complicated sets that can easily eat up for several days.
Be clear, we're not just talking about the biggest sets LEGO makes ̵
1; figuring out it's as easy as looking at the number that counts. Rather, we emphasize sets that bring a level of complexity to the construction process, be it through small intricate details or complex inner mechanisms.
A Slick Spy Car: LEGO Creator James Bond Astron Martin (1295 pcs)
This silver roadster raced from the big screen onto your shelf and was faithfully bricked without sparing details. The interior is packed with knobs and levers (some that actually work) and the exterior has more than a few tricks up its sleeve, including wheel-mounted scythes, machine guns on the front wings, and even a swivel badge. 007's iconic ejection seat really works, powered by a rubber piston mechanism.
Of course you are the one to assemble all this, and you should have a great time building all these gadgets. And when it's done, you have a fantastic collector's item in your hands.
A Smooth Spy Car
For the Batman Fans: LEGO DC Super Heroes 1989 Batmobile (3306 Pieces)
Another Accurate Movie Car But This Time little darker. The 1989 Batmobile was expertly recreated here with everything from the sleek curved design to the detailed cockpit. There are plenty of great visual details like the bat logo on the steering wheel and the decorative grab hook on the side of the car. However, it wouldn't be the Batmobile without working gadgets, so LEGO has included pop-up machine guns to go with the movies.
The included display stand looks great and even lets you turn the car in whatever direction you want. The set also comes with Batman, Joker and Vicki Vale minifigs, and they all perfectly match their looks in the 1989 Batman .
For the Batman Fans
Inverted Intricacy: LEGO Stranger Things The Upside Down (2287 pcs)
Millions were drawn to the mysterious world of Stranger Things and now you can get a little piece of it of owning for your room. This clever construction mimics the Byer household in both the normal world and The Upside Down. There's a lot of great details tucked away here that every fan of the show will love to build, and the eight main cast minifigs (plus Hopper's police truck) make for a great set of dressing.
You should definitely be precise with the placement of your piece here, but it will be well worth it.
Behemoth Gate and Creature: LEGO Jurassic Park T. Rex Rampage (3120 pcs)
It's been a few years since LEGO has a real "Pirate" theme, so it's great to see a set from the "Ideas" series This set actually has two different structures you can make: a pirate village built from a shipwreck or an intact ship ready to hit the open sea. The interior is split into several rooms, including bunkers, taverns and captain's quarters.
The set also comes with eight minifigs perfect for decorating construction.
Complex Mechanics: LEGO Technic Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (579 pcs)
When Technic talks about complex LEGO structures, he needs to be mentioned. This building system focuses on complex inner mechanisms, and the Corvette ZR1 is a good example of this. The mechanisms here are subtle yet fun to have: a button on the back of the car allows you to turn the front wheels and as the rear wheels turn, the pistons in the front of the car move up and down.  It is nothing important, but it is a nice finishing touch to breathe new life into the building.
For Car Enthusiasts: LEGO Creator Expert "Big Cars" Line (Varies)
There's nothing like working on a model car – except maybe working on a LEGO car. These "Big Cars" – sets are truly impressive and are some of the most beautiful sets that LEGO makes.
LEGO has sets for a Ford Mustang (1471 pieces), Fiat 500 (960 pieces), Volkswagen T1 camper bus (1334 pieces), and a Volkswagen Beetle (1167 pieces) They all look good with smooth surfaces and accurate proportions Each car also comes with accessories which makes these sets really special
The Mustang has several mods that can be added to the car gd or removed, the Fiat includes a few painting related accessories (including a small painting of the car itself), the T1 has a cozy camping-oriented interior and the Beetle has everything someone needs to have a great day at the beach to have. These little details really complete the builds and set them apart from standard model cars.