Random set of the day: Yellow Beams with Connector Pegs

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Yellow Beams with Connector Pegs

Yellow Beams with Connector Pegs

©1979 LEGO Group

Today's random set is 874 Yellow Beams with Connector Pegs, released in 1979. It's one of 12 Technic sets produced that year. It contains 38 pieces.

It's owned by 154 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay.


36 comments on this article

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By in Australia,

That's a lot of yellow. Huwbot's definitely on a Technic accessories pack binge, right now.

Maybe he really does require maintenance and this is his way of telling us?

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By in United States,

I'm thinking we might be starting a bit of a Technic kick with Huwbot, except he's choosing all the weird sets...

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By in United States,

Yeah..."Sets"
:-)

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By in United States,

West of Clikits, South of City, and East of Star Wars I see this weird Technic city.

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By in United States,

This is probably one of the weirdest Technic sets I've seen, and that's because it ISN'T weird. It's just a bunch of beams and pins with no purpose.

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By in New Zealand,

Hmmm . Yellow.

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By in United Kingdom,

exciting lol

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By in Australia,

I still remember the day my Dad brought this home for me as one of the happiest days of my life! A true classic.

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By in United States,

Why are there so many Technic part packs?

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By in New Zealand,

^ because technic is Awesome.

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By in United Kingdom,

Well that’s exactly what it says on the tin alright...

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By in Germany,

I bet nowadays it would come with an instruction manual of about 500 pages.
And of course, a sticker sheet!
But why no Jeep?
;-)

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By in Germany,

Has the card board box been more expensive than the parts?

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By in Germany,

I still have it assembled, with the instructions framed beside it...

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By in Italy,

I wonder how much is worth a used copy of this with no box...

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By in Sweden,

I like how it is all neatly arranged, but they seem to use a lot of illegal (non-)connection techniques here

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By in Netherlands,

No brick separator and no instructions?
Not even numbered bags?
Definitely a 16+ Technic Expert Builder set!

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By in United Kingdom,

Yellow beams are the BEST beams

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By in Italy,

If I have the parts in my spares, can I say I own this set used?

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By in Denmark,

I've been trying to bricklink this for years

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By in United States,

I still prefer the B model of this set...

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By in United States,

Every kid's dream set.

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By in United States,

You can make some blocky, yet anatomically correct nude MOCs with this pack

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By in Germany,

It's the supposedly secret LEGO Technic "Build your own Pac-Man" set.

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By in United States,

I bet this set brought countless people out of their dark ages, y'know, since it's so remarkable and stuff.

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By in Canada,

Would love to see this set at Lego shop at home right now. Lego still do 16 stud beams (3703) but has not done any in yellow (a very basic colour) for a very long time (you can get white, red, blue, blueish-gray, dark blueish-gray, black, lime and dark yellow). And non-friction pins in gray would be welcome as well.

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By in United States,

That'd be cool if Technic still had sets like this.

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By in United States,

Like if you actually counted the pieces.

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By in United States,

Really? Not tan? Unforgivable. :P

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