Rare US Navy Jeep Reissued – Single Batch of Just 50 Copies!

US Navy Jeep

Brickmania has brought back the classic US Navy Jeep for Pacific Month. This kit was originally released in 2013 and is still requested by fans to this date. Just a single batch of 50 copies was made, so this could be your last and only chance to get this one for your collection in 2016. Get it for 10% of MSRP during August.

US Navy Jeep Cover

About the US Navy Jeep:

The general purpose scout car (JEEP) was designed to be an agile,light weight multi-use vehicle to be used by the new motorized US Army forces during World War II. The JEEP’s performance and reputation was legendary as this car was the adopted light weight vehicle by both Allied and Axis armies.

This is a light gray variant of Brickmania’s “Durabuilder” Jeep model to represent US Navy land forces in World War II. It can be used by Seabees construction battalions, naval gunfire spotters, shore patrol, headquarters, quartermasters, and more.

Additional information about this Brickmania custom Lego® kit:

The US Navy Jeep kit includes the following features:

  • Tough “durabuilder” construction for every day play
  • Comes with one Brickmania exclusive US Navy minifig
  • Jeep is equipped with radio set and antenna, fuel can, shovel and spare tire
  • BrickArms M1 Carbine
  • Over-all color scheme is light gray
  • Includes 131 genuine LEGO and BrickArms elements
  • Sophomore Skill Level (2-4 years experience with LEGO is recommended)

This model can accommodate up to three Lego minifigs and includes spare tire, fold-down windscreen, fuel can and trailer hitch. The kit is comprised of 114 new-condition LEGO elements plus printed building instructions and comesshipped unassembled)

Durabilder™ Kit:
This kit is designed to be durable enough for reasonably active children’s play.

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