1967 Mini Cooper S Rally and 2018 MINI John Cooper Works Buggy is LEGO set 75894-1. It has a score of 100. This is good compared to all other sets. It is ranked in the top 0.07% scored sets on Brick Insights. Based on 2 scored reviews, 6 reviews total. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in Speed Champions.
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This is a lovely little kit for the mini enthusiast Building the kit bought me back to my childhood playing with legoJust waiting for the bigger mini to come back in stock
I was so excited about this set when I first saw it revealed. I am a big fan of Mini Coopers and getting one in Lego minifigure scale is great! My favorite thing in this set is the classic Mini, but the other car and build is nice too. Be warned, though, this set contains a very large sticker sheet and many of the stickers are extremely difficult to align properly, especially when a stripe or line is continued on a few stickers/pieces. I was fully aware of all the stickers in this set and how difficult they would be, but I was still somewhat frustrated while applying them and at what some of them looked like after applying them. Overall all, though, this is a great set with great Lego representations of awesome vehicles. I would absolutely love to see Lego make more Minis, maybe just small fifteen-dollar sets of this exact build or a similar build with different colors. If more Speed Champions Mini Coopers are released, I will be sure to at least consider purchasing them.
I really can't recommend this set enough. Both vehicles were a joy to build and discover. They also look great on display, and children will undoubtedly love bounding them about their imaginary motorways. Car lovers, kids, and those looking for some advanced build techniques cannot go wrong with this set.
To capture the diminutive size of the 1967 Mini Cooper S Rally, the body of the car is just five studs wide, rather than the standard six of most Speed Champions vehicles, and is constructed primarily out of SNOT brackets and headlight bricks. The car features several interesting examples of clever parts usage, including black meat cleavers used to represent the front mudguards, and rubber bands used to attach tires onto the roof rack – a connection technique which is common among AFOLs, but rarely seen in official sets.
75894 1967 Mini Cooper S Rally and 2018 MINI John Cooper Works Buggy is definitely my favourite Speed Champions set that LEGO has produced so far! I had high expectations for the Mini Cooper S Rally and this model is even more impressive when assembled than it appears in official images. The car features numerous realistic details and looks magnificent when compared with the original vehicle, especially at the front and rear.