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There's much that can be said about the choice of the Fiat 500F as the latest in the Creator Expert line of cars. First, I must say that I respect the fact that LEGO is taking care of its AFOLs by granting their sense of nostalgia even more to be happy about. It's the only line by LEGO that truly understands what it's like to love the past, and cars are the perfect medium. In the Fiat 500F, LEGO have captured more than just nostalgia. They also captured romanticism. From the color of the car to the theme revolving around the traveling artist, it's one of the greatest representations of the romantic vibe of 1960s Europe. The details of the car, as per usual, are fantastic, but details that are enhanced by a theme as yet unknown in the world of LEGO is something that deserves a standing ovation. Here's hoping it means more beautiful models from yesteryear will bring that fourth dimension to play. I have assembled this vehicle once, and I intend on purchasing another to assemble once more. It is indeed an artist's dream. Now LEGO, I'm begging you, please build a Citroen 2CV. I have a feeling you won't disappoint :-)
Overall, the LEGO Creator Fiat 500 (10271) is a decent vehicle with details that fans of it will enjoy. The main thing I like is the color of it. LEGO calls it Cool Yellow which is more of a muted yellow so it doesn't come off too bright. It was mentioned that it isn't a color LEGO uses very often. There are a few parts in this color that are exclusive to this set.
The finished model is a delight and I fully intend to display it for years to come. Do yourself a favor and pick this one up. Transport back to a time of simpler cars with a sense of fun and adventure.
10271 Fiat 500 has exceeded my expectations. Accurately recreating cars which are dominated by curves is exceptionally challenging but this model includes excellent detail and compares favourably with its source material. The rear appears particularly realistic and I like the tapering bodywork above each wheel. Furthermore, the fabric sun roof looks magnificent in relation to the original vehicle.
I am truly enamored with this set. If you can overlook the blight, the clever detailing, the functionality, and the retro-cool feel of the 1965 Fiat 500 are all top-notch. The comfortable price point and the inclusion of rare light yellow makes this a must-buy for any LEGO fan or car enthusiast. Nixing this would eliminate the chance to experience such a neat set and acquire a myraid of interesting and reusable pieces in cool yellow.