There’s something ultra-calming—and sometimes, frustrating—about building a LEGO set. While there is a seemingly endless number of options, we want to turn your attention to the 1962 Volkswagen T1 Camper Van. If you’re the type of person who wants to add a vintage feel to your space, this LEGO set is one of the coolest ones. Plus, you probably don’t have one like this—yet.
The LEGO 1962 Volkswagen T1 Camper Van is a 1,334-piece replica of the classic Volkswagen Camper Van from 1962, intended for people ages 16 and up and an expert-level kit. It features incredible detail from both the outside and inside, including a V-shaped color split, pop-up roof, “splittie” safari windshield, boxer engine, wing mirrors, and folding furniture.
While the set is no longer available on the LEGO website, you can still purchase it on Amazon for $199, eligible for Prime and free returns. The product has over 2,500 reviews with an average of 4.9 out of 5 stars. Your final creation will measure in at 11 inches long and five inches high, and is sure to be worthy of displaying in your home.
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One buyer wrote that this set is “incredibly detailed, fun, and amazingly designed,” and another emphasized the product’s ease of assembly and clear directions. Someone even called it a “therapy in a box,” because the process of building it is not just to create a work of art, but to experience a sense of calm and accomplishment upon finishing your red 1962 Volkswagen Camper Van.
With this being a retired product and dubbed as being “hard to find” by LEGO, make sure to get your set before they are all officially gone. Whether you are a LEGO fanatic waiting to add the camper van to your collection, someone who appreciates the authenticity of the original Volkswagen captured in LEGO form, or have a car enthusiast in mind who would love this, it’s sure to bring joy to many.
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