Dammit! Take My Money…Again!! LEGO Ghostbusters HQ!

Dammit! Take My Money…Again!! LEGO Ghostbusters HQ!

Remember when you bought the LEGO ECTO1 and wish you could have the fire station as well? LEGO were thinking the same thing!

Back in Feburary of 2014, LEGO announced their version of the famous Ghostbusters white Cadillac, the ECTO1. Now LEGO have officially announced the LEGO Ghostbusters Firehouse and did so in style. The completed LEGO set was photographed in front of the famous Hook & Ladder 8 firehouse in New York which was used for exterior shots in the original Ghostbusters film.




This beautiful set includes all four Ghostbusters including a new “He slimed me!” minifig of Peter Venkman, Janine, Dana Barrett, Louis Tulley, the librarian ghost and also the zombie ghost driver.

Slimer is also included as part of a gang of three ghosts who can be mounted on the building itself. The Firehouse opens up for easy access to two levels which include a laboratory, living quarters and the the ghost containment unit.

The set is made up from just over 4500 bricks in total and the price reflects this. The Ghostbusters Firehouse will be released in January of 2016 for $350.




Thanks to Collider for the story.

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