121,823 Parts

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3+ Years


Surabaya, Indonesia

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I am an AFOL interested in anything Technic and advanced/creator models for cars and planes. I rather modify Lego sets than creating MOCs. I like challenges such as fitting V12/V8 engines instead of V8/V4s or getting awkward looking battery boxes out of sight in sets where there's seemingly no place to do so in the original Lego set without ruining the visual appeal. Time permitting, I will put some of these online in the future. If I had the space I would be interested in trains and city as well!


Recent Comments

  • 2 years, 3 months ago Batupintar Level 13
    Interesting article. Gauging from the type of MOC shown on Rebrickable over the course of time I can imagine users' collections being skewed towards Technic more than any other theme. The most surprising stats to me are definitely the ones in the Levels/Badges paragraph!

    Would it be possible to make some of the data available to users? I happen to live in Indonesia and I am wondering where it shows up in the stats. Even though few people can afford Lego (which is not only due to lower average wealth, Lego ought to take a good hard look at their pricing. The 42070 6x6 All Terrain Tow Truck costs an extortionate 410 Euros against 175 Euros online in the Netherlands. And this is no exception ....) it's hugely popular with the lucky ones owning often large collections.

    Now I know this post is titled "Year in Review", but what's in store for 2018! What are the plans for adding and/or changing features of Rebrickable?
  • 2 years, 8 months ago Batupintar Level 13
    Thanks a lot, didn't know that! Trucks look really great!
  • 2 years, 8 months ago Batupintar Level 13
    Nice monster truck. Would like to see more photos please!
  • 2 years, 9 months ago Batupintar Level 13
    Hilarious, absolutely great, I just love this dog!

    I've build this one using the instructions about 3 years ago. Every now and then someone comes along not able to resist the urge to say that Lego's a kid's toy not for adults. Once I show them this one and the hind leg action by turning the tail I'm half way convincing them otherwise without any further explanation!