Corner Garage Creator MOC 15042/0264 compatible 10264

US $135.99

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SKU: 15042 Category: Tag:

Total Bricks: 2569+

Power Functions: No

Description

Build a 3-level 1950s-style Corner Garage with a gas station, kiosk, and vehicle workshop, plus a mid-level animal clinic, upper-level apartment with kitchen and bathroom, and a furnished rooftop terrace!

This Corner Garage MOC 15042 includes 6 Minifigures: a gas station owner, mechanic, vet, woman, man, and a girl, plus bunny, parrot, dog, frog, and fish figures

Welcome to My Building Blocks Shop City! The incredible attention to detail makes this large architecture set true works of art. Population: Lots of awesome Minifigures and toy building sets. Make yourself at home. Construct your Modular City today!

Corner Garage Creator MOC 15042/SX6012 contains detailed assembly instructions and is compatible with all major brands. Our building bricks are designed according to universal standards and are compatible with your existing name-brand building toys. All parts snap tightly and are easily assembled.

SHIPPING AND PACKAGE

Packed with paper carton WITHOUT original box in order to save on shipping and custom duty charges. Items are repacked into padded envelopes with suitable carton boxes for maximum protection.

Total estimated delivery times are provided below. Please allow extra 3-5 working days for the payment process and handling. We cannot accept order cancellations once the items have been fulfilled. 

US Domestic shipping3-7 business days
EU Domestic Shipping3-5 business days
CA Domestic Shipping3-10 business days
International shipping from China10-15 business days

If you find any missing pieces at any time upon receipt of the package, simply email us with a description or image of the specific block. We will send the replacement to you at NO charge.

Customer Reviews

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Randy Mc
As Close As It Gets

Was very impressed with this build. Much better than the Downtown Diner as far as instructions go. Though, Downtown Diner remains one of my favorite buildings once assembled. Features and functions, would have to go to the Garage.

Pieces were in bags labeled with big numbers this time around. The tiny letter for the steps was my only real complaint with the Diner build.

The baseplate for this set had gotten pretty bent during shipping but I won’t take away points for that. It happens.

Also, I had a piece missing for the tow truck. It was easy enough to order a replacement part on EBay. It was here just as I finished the building itself. So again, no points off. Happens even with Lego.

As always, the bricks themselves are very good. Again, something else that seems to be of better quality than the Diner set. For most bricks it’d be nearly impossible for me to tell the difference between these and actual Lego. They are that good. Not every piece. But the vast majority. Very impressed.

The thing that impresses me most with these sets is how they look when completed. Indistinguishable from the modular sets they’re based on.

This was the second set I bought and assembled from mybuildingblocks.com. I recently bought another, and will certainly continue to do so. Great products at great prices.