This kit includes parts and instructions to build the vehicle depicted.
About this creation
Designer: Daniel Siskind
Piece Count: 152
Skill Level: Sophomore (2 of 5)
Availability: Ships in 3-5 days
Price (May vary): $45.00
A 1/35 scale model of this heavy duty command vehicle used extensively by US armed forces during World War II. Bigger and heavier than the Jeep, variants of the WC56 were developed for specialized roles such carriers for anti-tank weapons, ambulances and more.
The box is very small, but, I like that. The one thing I didn't see though was a Certificate of Authenticity, I guess it isn't big enough to justify one.
The box is big enough that it can actually hold the model inside it, without the instructions and stuff of course.
Onto the model it's self.
Front. This is an AMAZING model I bought on my most recent Brickmania order.
Left. There is a Battle pack version that comes with two figs and instructions
for the George S. Patton Command Car, but I did not get it as I didn't rely need it.
Back. This is an EXTREMELY affordable model that I highly recommend buying.
Right. It has plenty of unusual pieces and parts, you wont regret buying it.
The windshield up.
The spare tire.
The back seats.
And yes, a fig can sit the the drivers seat.
Of course on my model I have added some extra things.
I also picked up a Brickmania Nebelwerfer 41 Building Kit, I did not feel like giving it it's own review so I thought I would review it as well, it is a VERY cheep kit as well (20$) and is a great edition to any Brickmania order, I highly suggest picking one up as well.
Quoting Mr Viking
It is very cool, but their prices are still pretty high for how big they are.
He doesn't get any special deal from LEGO, he has to buy everything from LEGO, or Bricklink, put everything together, and ship them, HIMSELF. And he has to make a profit. Buying the parts for things like this are not cheep, trust me, The treads on a tank are 20$ alone. and yes I do agree that his prices are a little high but considering what he does, it makes sense.