For something more like 67 pieces it becomes a number with a 10^314 after it. Granted, most of those sets would be chaff but you'd think there could be some unique variety. And yet, upon purchasing this set, the first thing I thought of was the 31000 Mini Speeder.
As with that set, I could have built in the bag but two reasons kept me from doing so. First, I was interested in seeing two of the builds. Second, I am writing this article about an hour before bed time on the night before it's scheduled. I tried to find time for the boy and I to build it but other events crowded in.
I built the Mario Kart first. It only uses 33 pieces but is a fabulously cute little build. The only improvement might me a little skirting on the side.
|Fenders probably shoulda waited for a few steps.|
|You wanted a plow on the snowplow? Yeah, that'll be extra.|
The coolest part about the main build is the rear hood that lifts up to reveal the engine. Given that there are a few extra parts (or the fact that this is a LEGO model, doggonit) you could change up the parts under the hood ever so slightly.
This set gets extra points for moving parts and skirting infringement on Nintendo's IP. It might be fun to use the go-kart model to build like 6 more in varying colors and put, say, Gorilla Suit Guy or Lizard Suit Guy in them. Or if you want something bigger, you can click through the picture links below: