If you love The Flintstones and Lego, then you're gonna want this new set that's debuted at Toy Fair New York.
Lego has launched a nostalgic set based on the iconic 1960s American cartoon show. It features Fred and Wilma Flintstone and their friends Barney and Betty Rubble, all dressed in their usual Stone Age attire. There's also Fred Flintstone’s stone-wheeled, foot-powered vehicle, and the Flintstone’s House, which is entirely made out Lego bricks and has a removable roof.
There's also a buildable palm tree, stone sofa, and bowling ball and pins. This fun set comes from Lego's Ideas initiative, which allows fans the opportunity to submit their own creations. If chosen, Lego master designers will help bring their concept to market and share the profits. Designer Andrew Clark created this 748-piece Flintstones set. He also did the Dr Who set from 2015.
Building this set will be fun experience for any fans of the show or Lego. Included within the set is information on the set’s creator as well as the Lego Ideas designers who helped bring this creation to fruition. Pricing and a release date have not yet been announced.
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