LEGO has been really been hitting them out of the park this week. Today’s set, 30594 Rock Monster Truck, continues that streak. Just look at her:
It’s got everything a monster truck needs like big balloon tires and a roof-mounted array of giant lights.
The rear is pretty nondescript, just some grille tiles in the back. I’m rather surprised there’s no colored transparent 1×1 plates or tiles for brake or reverse lights. From this angle you can see the square fenders like some Chevy truck models and just like the ones in real life, they are ugly. The 2×4 fender plate would have done wonders here.
Not much going on on the bottom.
While there is no exact match to a larger monster truck set that looks like this, there are officially licensed set of the Monster Jam monster trucks. So this could be like their little brother or something.
Get It At Target!
I should note that today’s polybag as well as the ones from the past two days are available at Target right now. The review was not sponsored by Target (<== another affiliate link), but if you’re a LEGO Minecraft fan, you should pick up a couple of these. One can’t have too many turtles.
Does It Suck or Does It Rock?
This set rocks! Just a fun toy and a nice representation of a monster truck. I took the family to a Monster Jam show a couple of years ago and had a blast. So I’m a bit nostalgic reviewing this set. But I’m pretty confident in saying that even without that, it’s a nice set. It honestly looks like something that came out of the Brickmaster program.
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