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LEGO classic Motor Speedway from 1987! set 6381

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39 Replies to “LEGO classic Motor Speedway from 1987! set 6381”

  1. NoNoiseCo

    This was the first set my parents ever got me for Christmas when I was 4 years old!! Oh the nostalgia 🙂 I can remember waking up & seeing it under the tree & being really excited just to play with it!!

  2. FullHalfCircle

    Emerson: "We ascribe beauty to that which is simple; which has no superfluous parts; which exactly answers its end […]." Saint-Exupéry: "It seems that perfection is attained, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing more to take away." These two quotes – for me – explain why classic Lego has still a greater appeal to me than Lego post-2000! And this racing set is no exception to this rule.

  3. Kristjan Lind

    Lego has released a set named "Formula 1 racer" (6604) few years earlier and the car was numbered as "1". Maybe they had that one in mind, if they designed this one. "Formula 1 racer" was, though, designed quite differently, than these cars here, but again – back then, real formula 1 cars differed one another much more too.

  4. Smthing80

    Oh. My. God. I didn't realize until I watched the review of this: I HAD THAT SET! When I was a kid I'd go to my dad's on weekends and by god, I remember it now! I even have some of the pieces left. I don't recall what happened that I got some of the pieces but the rest got left behind, but wow was this review far more significant to me than just being another one of Jang's stellar reviews!

  5. Lauren Lopez

    They did a larger but very similar set the following year that I have that this reminded me of instantly so it's nice to see a sort of earlier version of that

  6. Adam Rea

    Oh wow can't believe you got hold of this set, I actually had this as a child, sadly all that's left the is the base plate. This was one of my favourite sets growing up great to see it again thank you 🙂

  7. Tenshi Hara

    When I see some of your videos on older sets, I truly feel that my parents loved me since they gave me all those Lego presents all the time when I was a kid… Now my nephew has all of my Lego boxes; wish he would take one of the old build manuals and build one of the old sets… Jang, please continue on the old sets; makes me remember my childhood. 😉

  8. Lapiz Chicken

    For some reason, racecar drivers only look good with the modern racecar helmet pieces, and classic spacemen only look good with their classic space helmets. These racers look funny to me with the classic space helmets, and the rerelease "classic" spacemen that lego sometimes does look awkward with the modern racing helmets.

  9. cyberfrank 2010

    the baseplate and jack are the jewel of that kit, it allows to make a cool race track when you have the matching road plates.

  10. Chris Phoenix

    I remember getting this when I was young. I think I still have all the pieces somewhere. I never lose a set if I can help it.

  11. MrDemonicDan

    Brought back fond memories of my 6395 Victory Lap Raceway; that's worth a review if you ever get your hands on it. Man I miss those jacks, and the small hinged lego pieces generally!

  12. Jason Marks

    Wow, thank you for this video! I remember buying this video from Kmart as a kid for $25 that I earned cleaning up the house and just generally behaving myself. A lot of memories from 25yrs ago flooding back.

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