Willy's Butte Speed Training is LEGO set 10742-1. It has a score of 87. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 4 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 28.09% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in Juniors.
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The 5 YO wasn't as enthralled with this set. I mean sure, you're getting Lightning McQueen (in primer), and the sheriff... but the "jump", sign and radar trailer were let downs. the jump has swing arms which mount on pins and rotate, but never self reset. I think i can hot-glue some magnets to the tips, as it's annoying to continuously realign. The angled sections of the ramps have raised lips, which catch the cars, and starts a tumble - which inevitably tears off the bush, or one of the swing arms, forcing reassembly. This is a deal breaker, and probably why the 5 YO stopped playing with the set. The trailer is cute, however the camera keeps falling off. It also has a hitch - but neither the sheriff or lightning have the spot to attach to - so it sadly sits to one side, forgotten. As for the Radiator Springs sign - the adventurous could attempt an ollie on the quarter pipe, but it's entirely too short and steep for anything useful. it too sadly sits off to the side Overall, I would not suggest purchasing this set, unless all you wanted was bondo'd McQueen, and the sheriff.
This is a Lego Juniors kit consisting of 95 pieces. The kit contains Lighting McQueen in his gray training outfit and Sheriff. There is a “radar” speed detector on a trailer (which can be hooked to one of the cars and towed via the tow bar. There is also a ramp and a roadblock (has two swinging barrier bars) a cone and a shrub. With Juniors kits, some pieces are already put together (such as much of the chassis and the tire pegs.) There are no stickers in the kit as all of the features are already printed on the pieces. My grandson was able to put most of the kit together (though some pieces were a little more difficult such as the speed detector.) He's not quite four, so it should be fairly easy for a slightly older child.
10742 Willy's Butte Speed Training was my most anticipated Cars 3 set and it does not disappoint. The exclusive Sheriff looks great and I like the new sand blue Lightning McQueen too, although I have yet to see the film so am not sure how prevalent this design will be. Much of the scenery is equally pleasing and the printed elements are excellent, particularly since most of them could be very useful elsewhere.