McDonald’s model serves up a 10K project for the LEGO Ideas third 2021 review

The third 2021 LEGO Ideas review has added a retro McDonald’s model to the mix with a recreation of the popular fast-food chain in bricks.

Take a trip back in time to another era of eating with a LEGO recreation of a McDonald’s restaurant featuring the main kitchen area, the golden arches holding up a cover, two vintage cars and a sign with the old mascot for the franchise.

This comes from adammark, with McDonald’s Franchise 1955-1969 being their third submission to the platform outside of an activity entry and their first to reach the required supports to be considered for a future place in the theme.

This is just one of 29 projects in the third 2021 review with plenty of other models and users all hoping for a chance to become a future official set. You can see them all for yourself by clicking on the links below:

McDonald’s Franchise 1955-1969
Magic Bookends
Union Pacific “Big Boy”
The Riverside Scholars
Pirate Tavern
Baba Yaga
LEGO Ghibli
Soyuz Rocket
The Meeting Point
Downtown Records
Castle Outpost
Steampunk Explorers
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: 99th Precinct
LEGO Rubik’s Cube (Working)
The LEGO Emergency Box
James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)
Motorised Johnny 5
Naruto: Ichiraku Ramen Shop – 20th Anniversary
Hocus Pocus – The Sanderson Sister’s Cottage – Updated
The Dojo
Clockwork Solar System
Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Avatar Returns
Hyrule Castle 30th Anniversary
Great Coral Reef
Land Ahoy

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4 thoughts on “McDonald’s model serves up a 10K project for the LEGO Ideas third 2021 review

  • 03/01/2022 at 17:08

    An Oscar Mayer weiner mobile. Vintage cars. 1965 classic 1st year Mustang. San Francisco Cable car.

  • 19/12/2021 at 22:52

    Make them all we have so much fun with them my Grandchildren and I ??

  • 19/12/2021 at 11:17

    What about some iconic cars, the monkey mobile, the munsters cars are just a couple I can think of, mind you I’m thinking of allowing them to be at least 15 inches/40cms long.

    • 03/01/2022 at 17:12

      I’m with you. I love the bigger builds.


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