Mythbusters in LEGO

Mythbusters in LEGO

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Kyle writes in about some new LEGO peeps – the Mythbusters! Link.

The Mythbusters will be at the Maker Faire, April 22nd and 23rd – Link.

11 thoughts on “Mythbusters in LEGO

  1. jdfan says:

    Looks like a subset of this book is going to be reprinted! Check it out:
    http://www.booksamillion.com/ncom/books?id=3410507757854&isbn=1588165094

  2. zieak says:

    I can’t believe this. I was just looking at a newer version of this book (from the 40s or 50s) on my parent’s bookshelf.

  3. Doom_Goat says:

    where would we be without gutenberg

  4. jimofoz says:

    This book series is available from Lee Valley Tools. They also have reprints of the Popular Mechanic’s shop tips in volumes from 1905 – 1930 as well a number of other “vintage” reprints. From reading these, it’s obvious that a country drive was an mechanical adventure and not just a quick jaunt. The reprints are very good quality (like new printing, not copied), and fairly inexpensive. Lee Valley also has a great assortment of mostly woodworking-related tools and hardware of very good quality and fair prices.

  5. Anonymous says:

    For what it is worth, Dover also publishes a reprint of some/all of this under the title The Boy Mechanic: Best Projects from the Classic Popular Mechanics Series.

  6. BrianCharman says:

    Wow… A book from 1913. I love project Gutenberg!
    I may try to find the original for my garage :)

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