LEGO Steamboat Willie Set

Mar 20, 2019

Category: Entertainment

The most famous Disney character in the universe was born in 1928 when he was featured in a cartoon with the first synchronized soundtrack. Spawned from LEGO Ideas and inspired by Mickey’s 1928 debut, the LEGO Steamboat Willie set is a must-have for Disney fans across the globe.

Marking the 90th anniversary of the iconic mouse, this LEGO brick set features moving steam pipes in addition to paddle wheels that rotate when the boat is pushed forward. There’s also a working crane to lift the “potato bin” cargo and plenty of room for the Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse mini figures to pose on the boat. The incredible 10-inch long monochrome model consists of 751 pieces and comes with a booklet containing build instructions and information on the classic 1928 film. Grab yours today for $90 and set sail with Mickey and Minnie.

Purchase: $90

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