A Lego set is the perfect gift for any car lover, whether they're 4 or 104.
This is a 3599 piece LEGO set. And it's so cool it's worth every penny.
If you don't have $349 for a Chiron, surely you can spare $30.
Lego made a splash when this 911 GT3 RS kit debuted. The level of detail is amazing and it's a true challenge for any Lego fan to build this kit.
This 919 LMP1-H would be welcome on any Porsche enthusiast's desk.
If you're a Bond fan, you need to preorder the Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger before it goes on sale in January.
When we were growing up, Lego had kits that somewhat resembled the cars they claimed to be. But this Beetle is nearly better than the real thing.
So, you can't afford a real F40. That's ok. You can afford this one.
This Ford GT double pack is truly excellent.
This rally car is actually part of a two-in-one kit that can also be used to create a buggy—we just think the rally car is cooler. With working steering and suspension, it looks like a blast to play around with.
So, it doesn't look a lot like a 720S. At least it costs less.
The Mini has translated well to LEGO.
For the 911 fan in your life.
It doesn't get cooler than this.