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Posted November 16, Sign up for a new account in our community. Couldn’t find the building instructions that you were looking for? I’ll post a few pics of the alt when I get my camera back here shortly. The model seen from above.

I also added this review to Brickset. This was helpful No, many new Lego sets provide spares for the smaller pieces.

That’s only the CD from the Turbo Command software fromdunno why this one still is there.

Posted November 21, How can I prevent my Lego toys from discolouring? Posted November 15, edited.

LEGO SET 8855-1 – Prop Plane

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Given that the prop insttuctions driven by a single off-center hole, there isn’t really going to be any way to rotate it quickly without a large flywheel.

Most Lego sets are suited to play with from age 4 and up, because of the small parts they include. Regarding the space needed, it’s easy to avoid that if you hang it up on two strings. Your set also looks nice, I love old sets btw, the rough edges make them more unique in my point of view.


LEGO Prop Plane Set 8855 Instructions

Sign in Already have an account? So much so that it was one of the first sets I had to re-buy from Bricklink after coming out of my dark ages.

To be able to reposition stickers it’s a good idea to apply some glass cleaner on the location you want to put the sticker. Great huge plane and a two-seater. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. I hope LEGO makes another plane in the future.

And closed, ready to take off, wait you’ve got to set this one up Side view, and on the newspaper Rear view Ready to take off.

Posted November 18, If you still can’t find the building instructions for your product, use our free customer service on Facebook. I got one of those props as well dont know that i am going to do with it.

Never place the bricks in a washing machine or dishwasher. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Posted November 16, edited.

LEGO Prop Plane (Technic > Model > Airport ) | Rebrickable – Build with LEGO

Your product might be in need of repair. I never knew this set existed, but it looks very nice. I think it’s only a bit too short, but maybe that was because it should’nt be too expensive.


I cant believe I got it that cheap! Looks quite realistic for such an old technic set. Can Lego and Duplo bricks be used in combination with each other?

Whats that technic book I see in the background? It starts slow, but later you’ve got to built the wings and the pontoons at once. Posted November 24, Sign In Sign Up. Hi, It is interesting, I have almost the same set, but in black, but it looks awfully similar, set – http: This is an awesome set, and one that I really wish I had. Posted November 22, Just after taking the pics, the Alternate was dismantled and all pieces back in the box, for building the plane.

Yes that’s step 1 here, just a few pieces Step 4, just before building the engine While doing step 7, shortly before attaching the cylinder At step 13 with the pontoons attached At Step 17, now only the wings are missing and the tail has to be attached, properly Complete wing construction, uses pieces for itself And done, ready to go on a flight Side view, that’s a big plane.

It’s a space shuttle model, though a bit odd-looking in yellow! I don’t know, it’s getting rarer these days, since that one is 23 years old.