Toys of the Seventies, Legos

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Chomper01 - April 29, 2012 - Report this comment
About Legos: The Lego blocks originally came from The Netherlands (Holland).. There's a park you can go to in Amsterdam (I think), where you can see little houses, people, trees, etc. , all made from hundreds of thousands of Lego Blocks. (^_^)
Rob Lambert - October 02, 2014 - Report this comment
In 1978, Lego came out with a series of model kitscalled Expert Builders. No glue required. These were basically snap-together, but deep in detail. Some parts were interchangable, and allowed the builder to custom design and be quite creative! Detailed right down to the engine and rack & pinion steering. The four starter sets included a motor (AA battery powered). Prices ranged from $7.00 to $20 depending on set.

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