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LEGO Technic 42096 Porsche 911 RSR £87.99 (click and collect) @ Very
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LEGO Technic 42096 Porsche 911 RSR £87.99 (click and collect) @ Very

£87.99£98.6011%Very Deals
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Posted 23rd Nov 2019

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LEGO Technic Porsche 911 model, a perfect display piece for the home or office!
  • Authentic features including a rear wing with ‘swan neck’ mounts, extended rear diffuser and aerodynamic side mirrors.
  • Detailed cockpit, working differential, independent suspension and a six-cylinder boxer engine with moving pistons.
  • This collectible toy car also features an authentic white, red and black colour scheme and a sticker sheet for additional detailing.
  • Six-cylinder boxer engine with moving pistons.
  • This set includes 1,580 pieces.
  • This LEGO® Technic model is designed to provide an immersive and rewarding building experience.
  • Suitable for ages 10+.
  • Porsche 911 RSR measures over 5” (13cm) high, 19” (50cm) long and 7” (20cm) wide.


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10 Comments
Very cool
Managed to buy this for my son in August when it was 64.99. Only just started to build this with him now but honestly, these are excellent. First Lego technic set we've done. The detail is brilliant. Starts off by building a fully functioning rear diff. Awesome and will definately buy more in future.
Fantastic price at 87.99 too. Worth buying.
Even the instruction manual is a booklet!
Really impressed.
Edited by: "MRGRINGO" 23rd Nov 2019
MRGRINGO23/11/2019 09:16

Managed to buy this for my son in August when it was 64.99. Only just …Managed to buy this for my son in August when it was 64.99. Only just started to build this with him now but honestly, these are excellent. First Lego technic set we've done. The detail is brilliant. Starts off by building a fully functioning rear diff. Awesome and will definately buy more in future. Fantastic price at 87.99 too. Worth buying. Even the instruction manual is a booklet! Really impressed.


Thanks for the info. I'm in same boat. But Santa has mine till 25th....
MRGRINGO23/11/2019 09:16

Managed to buy this for my son in August when it was 64.99. Only just …Managed to buy this for my son in August when it was 64.99. Only just started to build this with him now but honestly, these are excellent. First Lego technic set we've done. The detail is brilliant. Starts off by building a fully functioning rear diff. Awesome and will definately buy more in future. Fantastic price at 87.99 too. Worth buying. Even the instruction manual is a booklet! Really impressed.


I was disappointed the diff didn't connect to the wheels. It's nice to make but purely for show.
MRGRINGO23/11/2019 09:16

Managed to buy this for my son in August when it was 64.99. Only just …Managed to buy this for my son in August when it was 64.99. Only just started to build this with him now but honestly, these are excellent. First Lego technic set we've done. The detail is brilliant. Starts off by building a fully functioning rear diff. Awesome and will definately buy more in future. Fantastic price at 87.99 too. Worth buying. Even the instruction manual is a booklet! Really impressed.


I wasnt really into lego myself until i started using this site. It opened my eyes to the technic and architecture range. I am more into the latter and looking to pick up a couple of sets at some point. Would love the Taj Mahal but not enough room lol. The detailings on some of their models are fantastic!
_sion23/11/2019 09:22

I was disappointed the diff didn't connect to the wheels. It's nice to …I was disappointed the diff didn't connect to the wheels. It's nice to make but purely for show.


I thought it does! Lol. We are just in with the chassis. Noticed it had driveshafts and hubs but then onto the next bit.
AnkerMan23/11/2019 09:23

I wasnt really into lego myself until i started using this site. It opened …I wasnt really into lego myself until i started using this site. It opened my eyes to the technic and architecture range. I am more into the latter and looking to pick up a couple of sets at some point. Would love the Taj Mahal but not enough room lol. The detailings on some of their models are fantastic!


I've suggested buying my parents an architure one for Xmas.
_sion23/11/2019 09:22

I was disappointed the diff didn't connect to the wheels. It's nice to …I was disappointed the diff didn't connect to the wheels. It's nice to make but purely for show.


It does connect to the wheels - I'm looking at it right now turning the wheels, seeing the diff work

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Edited by: "cactusbrandy" 23rd Nov 2019
Mine doesn't have drive shafts from the diff to the hubs. I tried retro fitting some whilst installing HOG steering and lights. A fixed shaft from the diff to the hub stops the rear suspension working.
Highly recommended fitting HOG steering. I think it took 4 universal joints and a pile of different length shafts. Really increases thee play value. If the parts were cheaper I'd motorise/RC it
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