LEGO® Set Review: 4552 Kran- og servicevogn
Calum Tsang’s review
Cargo Crane (us)
Kran- og servicevogn (da)
Trains / 9v
16 page manual. 1 model. Small 1995 EU catalog & LEGO Service 1995 catalog.
Price Range: 328 DKK (only paid 262,50 DKK)
Review Written: 13 October 1995 by Jacob Sparre Andersen
Special Features / Compatibility
One Clear 1x1 Round Plate
One Transparent-Yellow 1x1 Round Plate
One Grey Connector Peg with Stud
One Black/Grey Control Stick
One Black Mini-Figure Helmet Visor
Scale: Mini-Figures, Trains
I you have some track and an engine, it's not a bad buy. The catalog shows the crane clearing the track after an accident, which points to the need for something to let it work with.
Two train cars. One with a heavy duty crane, the other a flat-bed car with a green work container and a small track car.
A nice set, but I needs to be put together with some other sets. It comes
with some useful 'tools', but without something to work on. I'll have to
dig out the rest of my trains to really appreciate the set.
Set Rating:Good I have some ideas for good use of the special windshield, while the rest are useful, but not desperately wanted pieces.
Model Rating:Very-Good/Good The crane car is very good and uses just the right amount of elements while the second car with the work container is limited like most other current models.
Playability Rating:Good It didn't just make me start playing with it like 6263 Imperial Outpost, but there are certainly possibilities in the set.
The crane has a good solid feeling. They are using just the right amount of bricks for it.
The crane feels like it isn't mounted good enough.
One 2*6*2 weight block
Four octagonal cones
One 1*4 bottom, 3*4 top, 4-height transparent light-blue windshield
Two 1*4 plates with standard wheel axles
Four train wheels to mount on standard wheel axles
1*4 plates with standard wheel axles
Train wheels to mount on standard wheel axles
String for crane
I collect bricks, build out of those I have, and always wish for more bricks. Usually the models get mixed up in the rest of the collection within days.
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