LEGO set database: International Jetport. Set number: ; Name: International Jetport; Also known as: Holiday Airport; Set type: Normal; Theme. Find great deals for LEGO Town International Jetport (). Shop with confidence on eBay!. International Jetport Item №: Pieces: Minifigures: 8 Released: Theme: This was the second LEGO System airport out of five released to date.
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Gas N’ Wash Express. Toys Period – instruction. The small island with palm trees in background could not be missing here. Makes me want to go out and buy the set for myself now. We have seats, controls and some nice blue pin-striping. On the other hand, its Lego folks – put it where leto want! This a great walk down memory road. Very nice and honest.
Instructions for 6396-1 – International Jetport
Best of all are the FIVE baseplates included in this set. I sound so old saying that. Thank you for the excellent review. I could imagine a Lego shop, circa with all the classic Legoland sets on their sides, looking like a series of reference books. I loved how this set along with Breezeway Cafe brought palm trees into the Town theme.
LEGO International Jetport Instructions , Town
A simple connection, but very tidy and convincing. First up, here is the box.
It features a nice ball lgeo tow system, and more panels to fit more luggage. The first vehicle – The baggage tractor. Great trip back in time.
The box flap opens up, revealing a window to the parts, and another side of images, showing the play functions of the set, plus some more alternative builds. Its a great way to ensure the correct parts are in the right place. The pilot gets in the airplane.
Next up, we mount the control tower, plant a massive palm tree and finish off the roof. I love the black rollcage with the large light. Edited February 24, by Legocrazy Simple, elegant and very very nice. Looks like we have a plane in the making! They look amazing, and are sorely missed from modern airports.
Final ratings, Design and build – 8. You’ve got great enthusiasm for the product and it made for an interesting and entertaining review! Posted February 24, Nice to travel back in time. I love the 8 different glass panels that form this shape.
I sound so old saying that Thanks for the effort Harmacy! The baseplates would help your town layout. I do however, think that the 4 wide planes look great on these plates, but anything wider ie – all modern planeswould make them look a bit daft.
Here are the bricks that were floating around – The 2 large pale blue windows, 1 long white beam, 4 of the long green plates, and one large grey plate.