There’s a pretty good chance that you’re reading this from home right now — and wishing you weren’t. Social distancing and staying home may be the best way to battle the coronavirus pandemic, but cooping active, able adults up for weeks on end in their domiciles is sure to leave them hunting for distractions. And even in this golden age of streaming content, sometimes, you just want to do something a little more hands-on to pass the time. So why not dust off an old childhood hobby and start building some Legos?
“But Legos are for kids, and I’m a grown-up!” you probably said to yourself just now, because a month with minimal human interaction has left you talking to yourself way more than you used to. Well, not exactly. While the simple blocks and yellow-headed people you played with decades ago may have been more suited for young brains and hands, these days, Lego makes collections that range from the easy to the maddeningly complex (and surprisingly expensive).
And those collections include quite a few different automotive designs. Carmakers far and wide have given Lego rein to whip up snap-together models of their own models classic and modern alike. We’ve pulled together a few of our favorite car Lego kits below, spread across various price points and levels of realism and complexity — but if none of them strike your fancy, you can also check out way more options right here.
Ferrari F8 Tributo
1985 Audi Sport Quattro S1
Volkswagen T1 Camper Van
1967 Ford Mustang
James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5
Porsche 911 RSR
Land Rover Defender
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