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Lego Porsche 911

Getting a bit lonely or bored at home and are in need of some distraction? Check out this awesome new Lego kit, a representation of the iconic 1980s air-cooled 930 911 to build, explore and display. The new Lego Creator Porsche 911 building set will let you build both the Turbo model with its turbocharged engine and the Targa with a removable roof. Each car consists of 1,458 pieces, and feature authentic 911 details inside and out, such as a tan interior, operational doors and steering, tilting front sport seats, a detailed flat-six engine with opening decklid, and the iconic front and rear bumpers.



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STEAK BUTTON THERMOMETER

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CERAMIC HOUSE | BY HECTOR RUIZ-VELAZQUEZ

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