Random set of the day: Ice Rally

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Ice Rally

Ice Rally

©2009 LEGO Group

Today's random set is 8124 Ice Rally, released in 2009. It's one of 24 Racers sets produced that year. It contains 170 pieces, and its retail price was US$14.99/£9.79.

It's owned by 1038 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay.


18 comments on this article

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By in United States,

I loved these fold-out sets as a kid!

Even if they were even more blatant copies of Hot Wheels than the usual Tiny Turbo sets.

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By in Australia,

Yeah, I wasn't into these guys at all, back in 2009, but I wish I had been, I think they look really neat.

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By in United Kingdom,

Had this one. Tiny turbos, power miners and Atlantis were all great, I'd really be up for a reboot of any of them.

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By in United Kingdom,

It’s like a big ol’ game of pinball

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By in Netherlands,

Never heard of these or seen them in any catalogue. Were these regional exclusives or [email protected] specials that were not intended for the general consumer catalogue?

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By in Netherlands,

I don't remember this, but honestly it looks pretty bare/bad.

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By in France,

Those tiny turbos look good to me and reminds me of Majorette or other metal toy cars brands.
Are those wheels, which are the pieces which leads me to my comment, made of one or multiple parts? Tire, cap and wheel? Or one mold for all of it?

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By in United States,

These cars are great. The rest of it looks pretty sparse.

@Brick't
It's two parts: wheel and tire.

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By in Poland,

I always associate this set with " The Robot Chronicles" game.

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By in Portugal,

I need to get more Tiny Turbos.

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By in Canada,

Finally, a RSOTD that I own!
The cars were neat, small and compact but quite detailed. But those tracks really didn't work. Look at the layout, how is that fair? As a kid I didn't care (who used those things anyway? Kitchen counters make such better race arenas), but at least it also provided transport.

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By in France,

ewokswithbricks : thank you.

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By in Canada,

Have you ever considered adding recent pricing info to the random set of the day? Im always curious about that type of stuff...

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By in United States,

I had this set as a kid!!! Wow, a blast from the past!

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By in United States,

I'd completely forgotten about this one! What an interesting concept these fold-out racetracks were. One set has been added to my "owned" registry.

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By in United States,

This set made me really happy as a kid :)

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