Best Lego kits for adults: Guitars, band logos, pop culture and more

Best Lego kits for adults: Lego Fender Stratocaster
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My younger years were spent in a few different ways: watching cartoons on our small portable TV, obsessing over Star Wars: A New Hope and building tiny buildings and cars with simple Lego bricks and letting my imagination run riot. Of course, Lego has changed dramatically since those days of the late 70s and kits now cater for a wide range of tastes and ages - and that’s where my guide to the best Lego kits for adults comes into play.

There’s a huge range of kits to build, including a model Fender Stratocaster, a Rolling Stones logo that’ll fit nicely on the wall, the famous Beatles' Yellow Submarine with mini Fab Four figures, the iconic Ghostbusters ECTO-1 car and a large selection of Star Wars-related kits.

I've collected some of our favourite Lego kits below, so if you’re looking for a treat for yourself or a special gift, then read on.

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