In this blog post, we are looking at Lasse Deleuran’s new 2020 C8 LEGO Corvette instructions. There are also instructions for the 2018 #4 Corvette Racecar, #2018 #63 Corvette Racecar, and the 2017 Corvette C7R Le Mans GT but we get to that later.
Are you waiting for your C8 Corvette? Well, by now I am sure you know it will be delayed with the recent UAW strike. The good news is that the strike is settled, and C7 production will restart and finish soon. Two weeks will be needed to re-tool and the C8 production can begin. In the meanwhile, you can make your own C8 LEGO Corvette!
Lasse Deleuran has a Free list of parts and instructions for you to put together your own C8 Lego Corvette.
But first a little history on the LEGO. LEGO is manufactured by The Lego Group, which is a privately held company based in Billund, Denmark. They began manufacturing the interlocking toy bricks in 1949. Today there are movies, games competitions, and six Legoland amusement parks.
Next, let’s look at some photos of Lasse’s LEGO Corvette.
Not only has Lasse given the instructions and parts list he also has put together a YouTube video.
It is a 15-minute video in which he presents his 1:20 model for the 2020 Chevrolet LEGO Corvette C8 Stingray.
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