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Lego Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Some Lego vehicle reproductions simply want to recall their inspirations without being overly complex. The Lego Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS looks like it could take off on its own if you could just find a gas pump small enough. Clocking in at 2,704 pieces, this 1:8 scale model was developed with the assistance of Porsche AG and is shockingly realistic. Its brick-based boxer engine has moving pistons, the double-clutch transmission with paddle shifters is fully functional, and the glove box opens just like the real thing, showing off the laser-printed serial number. It comes packaged with a full-color collector's book in a premium black box, with all the major components packed in separate boxes so you get a little added insight into how its real-world counterpart comes together.

  • Mini Materials

    Whether you want a trial run at building an adult-size project or just want to make a shelter for your pet bugs, these Mini Materials let you create custom structures with no permits required. The cinder blocks are made from real cement, the bricks are made from real terra cotta, and mortar that's thankfully easier to use than the real stuff. All the materials are 1/12 scale, which is pretty standard for miniature models, and are only limited by your imagination — and dexterity.

  • Tamiya RC Toyota Land Cruiser

    Whether you lack the funds to pick up a vintage Land Cruiser or just don't want to risk taking yours out on the trail, the Tamiya RC Toyota Land Cruiser lets you enjoy the offroad prowess of this legendary 4x4 without needing to get behind the wheel. This complex model comes disassembled, and can take a while to build. Doing so gives you a better knowledge of how it works, however, as well as the opportunity to customize it with your choice of transmitter, receiver, and battery, none of which are included in the package.