So this is probably an accidental reveal… but LEGO.com have given us our first look at 10290 Pickup Truck, a charming and whimsical vintage pickup truck!
This 1677 piece truck is now available for pre-order on LEGO.com for US$129.99 / AU$199.99, ahead of a 1 October 2021 release date, just in time for the holiday season.
The set is part of LEGO For Adults theme – which is the new name for Creator Expert/18+ sets.
The truck measures over 5.5 in. (14 cm) high, 13 in. (33 cm) long and 5.5 in. (14 cm) wide and is based on a vintage 1950s era farm pickup truck
This truck is hard at work all year round, delivering produce from Green Farm and you can create a seasonal display with the many accessories included.
There’s a wheelbarrow with flowers and a watering can for spring. For summer there are 2 wooden crates, tomatoes, carrots and a milk bucket. Autumn brings a crate of pumpkins, while for winter there is a wreath and a festive gift.
Explore the model to discover its many realistic pickup truck features like a stepside bed, opening doors and tailgate and removable wooden side railings.
Fresh from the farm! Discover lots of seasonal accessories including a wheelbarrow and watering can, vegetables and a milk bucket, a crate of pumpkins, plus a festive wreath and gift.
Steer the truck then open the doors to inspect the interior. The bonnet also opens to reveal the engine.
Check out more lifestyle photos below:
I’m loving the charm and rustic nature of this set, and can see this being a really popular model come Christmas-time, and I love that you can attach a Christmas wreath at the front to amp up the holiday vibes it gives off.
Also, that this is I believe LEGO’s first non-IP Creator Expert-scale vehicle in the series, which is super fascinating!
What do you think of 10290 Pickup Truck?
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