Pause Magazine's Lego Set Reference Guide - Expert Builder


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LEGO Expert Builder Sets

When the Expert Builder sets debuted in the late 1970s, they sparked an interest in a whole new group of people - those over the age of 9. The sets were big, beautiful and complex. They had all sorts of "working parts," such as gears, treads, racks, etc. Later, the series was named Technic (for the 1986 catalog year) - a series that is going stronger than ever before.

Set Number & Name Image Size Year Pieces / S@H$ Figs
948 - Go Cart 98k 77 200 / ? 0
950 - Fork Lift 113k 79 283 / ? 0
951 - Bulldozer 134k 79 355 / ? 0
952 - Farm Tractor 107k 77 315 / ? 0
954 - Sky Copter 101k 77 350 / ? 0
955 - Mobile Crane 126k 79 510 / ? 0
956 - Auto Chassis 108k 77 590 / ? 0
960 - Expert Builder Power Pack 26k 77 22 / ? 0
961 - Expert Builder Parts Pack 23k 77 78 / ? 0
8020 - Universal Building Set 75k 84 119 / ? 0
8030 - Universal Building Set 77k 82 140 / ? 0
8040 - Universal Building Set N/A 85 ? / ? 0
8050 - Universal Building Set 85k 84 ? / ? 0
8700 - Expert Builder Power Pack 38k 82 ? / ? 0
8841 - Desert Racer 28k 83 ? / ? 0
8847 - Dragster 35k 83 ? / ? 0
8858 - Auto Engines 126k 80 240 / ? 0
8860 - Auto Chassis 123k 81 652 / ? 0

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