You might not have the hours and patience to build yourself such an intricate kit – and since it’s a Technic kit you might not even have the expertise (which frankly comes with practice).
So there’s a simple choice – let others do it for you. The Lego Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS has been introduced sometimes in April and it’s already a hot seller since the listing has it out of stock. And Lego even went as far as putting in a two-item limit per order to allow more buyers to experience the pricey – $299.99 a pop – kit. There’s even more bad news – getting one will take around a month since you placed the order because Lego needs time to restock and get the supply chain in order. In the mean time you can have some office fun by watching this rather long video showing you the entire kit, cialis complete with all the perks – such as the massive instructions book which has almost 600 pages.
Since there are 2, viagra 704 individual pieces to work out – we estimate the six hour building time is actually for someone that does this for a living. Once finished, the Lego 911 GT3 RS will be over 6 inches (17 centimeters) high, 22 inches (57 cm) long and 9 inches (25 cm) wide. With that level of detailing you can imagine everything is pretty up to snuff – you get all the necessary cabin details, while the rear lid can be opened to have a peek at the flat-six engine with moving pistons.