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It contains a transporter erector launcher, consisting of a tractor unit and a trailer that carries a rocket. Also included are two Classic Space https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/462_Rocket_Launcher 4626 LEGO Brick Box 4626 LEGO Brick Box is a set released in early 2012. It includes 232 pieces, along with one Minifigure with a wrench. It includes many special parts including wheels, fences, windows, doors and more. There https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/4626_LEGO_Brick_Box 4628 LEGO Fun with Bricks 4628 LEGO Fun with Bricks is a set officially released in early 2012. It contains 600 pieces. Notes Although this set wasn't officially released until early 2012, it appeared in some retail stores in https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/4628_LEGO_Fun_with_Bricks 4627 Fun with Bricks 4627 Fun with Bricks is a DUPLO set that was released in 2012. https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/4627_Fun_with_Bricks 4624 DUPLO Brick Box 4624 DUPLO Brick Box is a DUPLO Build and Rebuild set that was released in 2012. It contains 31 pieces. Sources Brickset https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/4624_DUPLO_Brick_Box 4625 Pink Brick Box 4625 is a Bricks and More set released in early 2012. It includes 224 pieces and costs$14.99 in the United States. It includes many pink and purple pieces along with many special elements including https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/4625_Pink_Brick_Box 4620 A.I.R. Operations HQ 4620 A.I.R. Operations HQ is a Jack Stone set released in 2002. It contains five figures, a passenger jet, helicopter, ground vehicle, and a large white and blue airport building. It also features https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/4620_A.I.R._Operations_HQ 4622 ResQ Digger 4622 ResQ Digger is a Jack Stone set released in 2002. It contains 65 pieces. The set contains two minifigures, a truck, a trailer, and a loader. https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/4622_ResQ_Digger 4621 Red Flash Station 4621 Red Flash Station is a Jack Stone set released in 2002. The set contains 30 pieces, among them two minifigures: Ron Flame and Jack Stone. It also includes a red and black car. This https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/4621_Red_Flash_Station 4623 Pink Brick Box 4623 Pink Brick Box is a DUPLO set that was released in 2012 and also containing 30 pieces. Sources Brickset https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/4623_Pink_Brick_Box 4620157 Target Bullseye Gift Card Target Bullseye Gift Card is a gift card that was released in 2010 for Target Stores. A minimum of 5 US dollars must be put on the card. External Links brickshow.com review of the https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/4620157_Target_Bullseye_Gift_Card Part 4624618 Part 4624618 is an Alien Conquest part introduced in 2011. It is a leg piece used exclusively on the Alien Trooper. Black: 7049 Alien Encounter, 7051 Tripod Invader, 7066 Earth Defense HQ, 853301 Alien Conquest https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Part_4624618 Review:4623 Pink Brick Box Users who own this set https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Review:4623_Pink_Brick_Box Space Space is a science fiction-based theme introduced in 1978 featuring Astronauts, aliens, robots, and spaceships. It is one of the most expansive themes in LEGO's history, and contains over 362 individual sets. As https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Space Classic Space Classic Space is an unofficial term retrospectively attributed to the Space sets that were released before 1987, and shared some common characteristics that set them apart from the following Space sets. Most importantly, all Classic https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Classic_Space List of NEXO Powers This is a list of all the NEXO Powers in the Nexo Knights theme. There is a total of 330 NEXO Powers available in Merlok 2.0's memory. NEXO Powers are divided across six https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_NEXO_Powers 2011 Events LEGO's license with Lucasfilm for Star Wars is renewed., A LEGO factory is opened in Monterrey, Mexico, LEGOLAND Florida opened on October 15, becoming the second LEGOLAND park to open in North America https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/2011 Pirates of the Caribbean Pirates of the Caribbean is a theme based upon the first fourth films of Pirates of the Caribbean film series. The first wave of sets were released in April of 2011 and the second was https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Pirates_of_the_Caribbean List of Set References 0 - 999 0 00-1 Weetabix Castle, 00-2 Weetabix Promotional House 1, 00-3 Weetabix Promotional House 2, 00-4 Weetabix Promotional Windmill, 00-5 Puppet Set, 00-6 Special Offer, 00-7 Weetabix Promotional LEGO https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Set_References_0_-_999 System i Leg The System i Leg (in English, System of Play) was unveiled at the Nuremberg Toy Fair in February 1955. The original Automatic Binding Bricks sets and then LEGO Mursten sets were continued to be manufactured https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/System_i_Leg Red Classic Spaceman Red Classic Spaceman is a Classic Space Minifigure released in 1978. It is the most common spaceman and has been in 43 classic space sets. He also appears in LEGO Battles and LEGO Battles: Ninjago https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Red_Classic_Spaceman White Classic Spaceman The White Classic Spaceman is a white variation of a Classic Space Astronaut. It was first introduced in 1978. According to the creator of the Classic space theme and mini-figures, Jens Nygaard Knudsen, the https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/White_Classic_Spaceman 1966 Events The number of countries in which LEGO products are sold reaches 42., The 1x4x2 lattice fence and 1x4x2 lattice gate bricks are introduced., The 1x1 round brick is updated to feature a tapered base https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/1966 List of LEGO Space sets This article lists all LEGO Space sets of the System line. Note: This list is incomplete https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_LEGO_Space_sets Back 1 2 Next Related Stories Movies How Much Does Bruce Banner Have to Eat in Hulk Form? fandom Comics FANDOM Returns to NYCC With Fantasy Food and a Live Trivia Game Show fandom TV ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 2: You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat fandom Retrieved from "https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Special:Search" Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.