A full service station for all your LEGO automotive needs

Growing up in and around automotive repair shops, I feel some nostalgia anytime I catch the scent of fresh engine oil or hear the whirring of an impact gun. So naturally, Chris Rozek’s charming vintage car garage caught my attention. It’s an atmospheric scene thanks to the lighting and little details scattered around the shop.

MOC LEGO Vintage Car Garage

You know, actually working on old cars isn’t too much different than building with LEGO. Sometimes you follow the instructions. Sometimes you don’t. Sometimes you just give up entirely and never return. Also, opportunities for creativity can be as unlimited as the most vulgar of vocabularies. There is one rather important difference, however, of which my wife constantly reminds me — compared to fixing up old cars, LEGO has the rare honor of being the cheaper hobby.

1 comment on “A full service station for all your LEGO automotive needs

  1. R

    Lol, I’m not sure that Lego is indeed a cheaper hobby. I’ve spent around $7400 on Lego in the past 4 years, which is definitely more than my chassis bracing, suspension, and wheels all put together. When they are selling sets that cost more than a lot of car parts (yes, I’m looking at the Millennium Falcon), it’s a hard point to make. I’m sure that your wife is a wonderful person, but I doubt that she knows how much it costs to work on old cars.

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