LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 2

More Amazing Vehicles
by Nathanaël Kuipers and Mattia Zamboni

October 2013, 152 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-59327-513-6
Full Color
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BUILD 10 SWEET MODELS!

With just one collection of LEGO® bricks, you can build any of these 10 models—from the simple Hot Rod to the mighty Excavator. Tips and tricks will inspire you to create your own amazing models. Whether you’re new to the LEGO Build-It Book series or ready for a new challenge, you’re in for hours of fun!

  • Hot Rod
  • Forklift
  • Wrecker
  • Roadster
  • Gran Turismo
  • Dune Buggy
  • Chopper
  • Big Rig
  • F1 Racer
  • Excavator

Look Inside!

The LEGO Build-It2 Book Sample 1The LEGO Build-It Book2 Sample 2
The LEGO Build-It2 Book Sample 3The LEGO Build-It2 Book Sample 4

What You Need

Every project in this book uses a common set of pieces—a complete list is included in the book. If you have set #5867, the LEGO CREATOR Super Speedster, you have all the bricks you need.

If you have a collection of other LEGO sets and want to determine which pieces you’re missing from set #5867, we recommend using Rebrickable (http://rebrickable.com/). To buy the parts you’re missing, you have a few options.

If you’re not lucky enough to live near an official LEGO retail store with a “Pick a Brick” wall, you can buy individual pieces online (http://shop.lego.com/en-US/Pick-A-Brick-ByTheme). You can also buy LEGO pieces from BrickLink (http://www.bricklink.com/), a comprehensive, international marketplace for buying new and used bricks.

Don’t forget that you can use parts in different colors or with similar shapes, too. That’s what’s so cool about building with LEGO bricks! You can always redesign and customize everything using your own imagination.

Click here for a detailed parts list.


Check out Volume 1!


About the Author

Nathanaël Kuipers is a Dutch design professional who worked for several years as a product developer for the LEGO Group in Denmark, where he was mainly responsible for engineering LEGO Technic models. He is the mastermind behind models like 8261, 8271, 8272, 8292, and
8674. He has also collaborated on the creation of many other models. Check out his work at http://www.nkubate.com/.

Mattia Zamboni is a fan of graphic design, photography, and LEGO, and he has a degree in electrical engineering. Based in Switzerland, he pursues his passion of graphic design, showcasing his talents within the world of 3D computer graphic arts. Check out his work at http://www.brickpassion.com/.