Jon Woodall: its need a police in there becuase what if some one trys to steal it
Vaderbricks: GREAT REVIEW!
Vijayakumar Subramani: I love it
Nicolas Nino: Message to MarzNet256,
In regards to the comment which you made about the cargo plane being 4 studs longer than #3182, you are incorrect, you have miscounted, there are three 2 stud long fuselage sections, a white one at the front of the plane just behind the roosterpit section and two green ones at the rear of the plane just in front of the tail section, making it not 4 but rather 6 studs longer than #3182. Instead of looking online, I recommend you simply look at the paper instructions which were included with the actual set, you cannot get more accurate than that.
MarzNet256: The cargo plane is 4 studs longer than the passenger plane from the lego city airport set 3182. It has two 2 stud long sections in the fuselage, in addition to the four 8 stud long sections in the fuselage. Checkout the LEGO building instructions online. This thing is big! This cargo plane set makes a fantastic complement to the city airport set (3182). I wish LEGO would make an an airport accessory set with with a proper push back tractor and push bar (3181-Passenger Plane has one but the tractor is not like the real thing). The new airport fire truck (60061) is also a killer addition to any airport set. You can get this set for $80-it's kinda a no brainer. Oh, and this thing will go up in value. Check the latest prices on set 3182, it costs' me 80 bones in 2011.
Nicolas Nino: SIGH OK, these are the facts so please READ CAREFULLY!
Fact 1: LEGO set 7893 (passenger plane) is "2" studs longer. - FACT If you count the number of studs in between the roosterpit piece and the rear (empennage) piece these will be the results which you will get for the aircrafts in the following sets: LEGO set 7893 (Passenger plane) - 40 studs. LEGO set 7894 (Airport) - 24 studs LEGO set 7734 (Cargo Plane) - 32 studs LEGO set 3182 (Airport) - 32 studs LEGO set 60022 (Cargo Terminal) - 38 studs
Final result: LEGO set 7893 (Passenger Plane) beats them all in size. - FACT
Fact 2: The wine glass symbol on the stickers simply indicates "FRAGILE". Any big company which ships out anything fragile will ship it in a box with the exact same symbol and will also have the word FRAGILE on the box in big letters. The difference is the wine glass symbol in reality have a crack on them. The one on the stickers does not, but they both indicate the same thing.
Fact 3: the rear landing gear on this aircraft just simply sucks. The main design of the airplane in this LEGO set has the complexity of a large modern LEGO aircraft and yet the rear landing gear looks like the landing gear of a plane made for toddlers. The rear landing gear design looks just like the design on those old LEGO airplans from the 80's and 90's. Not very complex.
MarzNet256: Is the plane longer than the one from the city airport set (3182)? It looks like it's the same size. Also, the city airport set (3182), which I bought new in 2011 for $80, is now going for $370 new. I have a feeling the same thing is going to happen to this cargo set.
Raf Animations: nope, the plane 7893 is bigger.
Raven 2537: im eleven and I still love legos like im 6
phillip rue: I have the Boeing 777 and it is massive so massive you have to hold it with two hands, but I got it when it was near the first release so it was about 780 dollars
Luke Horsey: I think 7893 is the same size... or bigger.
Stephen Harvey: how many pieces
Stuart Brinkworth: the passenger plane is 2 studs smaller
CDOGG157: That conveyor belt piece actually isn't new. It came with the last cargo ship that was made. Also I think the blue passenger plane was bigger. I know it had a bigger wingspan.
supasonic67890: im 11 and i sometimes buy some lego city sets not very much but i do some
Nicolas Nino: It certainly is a huge plane, although it is not quite the largest plane in lego history. I'm not sure how many other plane sets may have been larger than this one, but I know at least one, for a fact is larger. LEGO set #7893, titled: "Passenger Plane" released in (2006) the length of the body of the plane is two studs longer than this plane.
To the naked eye however you cannot tell the difference, two studs of difference is very little.
A little something to clarify for you.
ScottaHemi:10:35 if it's like my Ranger and any open air tractors they call it a Roll Over Protection System or ROPS. but yeah it's just a roll cage XD OSHA likes their acronyms though "also that heavy duty forklift looks sweet!
Ben Chu: I would love the have this set and use the conveyor belt for the cargo plane and the passenger plane lego set 3812. I also love gold pieces Could also use the fuel truck Love the plane itself too
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LEGO City Cargo Terminal Review, Set 600225
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