Road transport and air-rescue playset
This LEGO® City Rescue Helicopter Transport (60343) playset features an iconic red truck with an articulated flatbed trailer and fold-out warning lights, plus a toy rescue helicopter. Just add the driver and pilot minifigures and a touch of imagination for hours of action-packed play.
Printed and digital building instructions
This 5+ playset includes a printed building guide and interactive digital building instructions – available in the free LEGO Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets. This easy-to-use digital guide with zoom and rotate tools allows kids to visualize the finished model as they build.
Buildable toys for kids
LEGO City Great Vehicles playsets deliver feature-rich, land, air and water toys that spark the imagination. Children get to explore all kinds of realistic machines and vehicles, developing physical skills and confidence as they build and play.
Road transport and air-rescue playset – This LEGO® City Rescue Helicopter Transport (60343) buildable toy playset is packed with LEGO inspiration for imaginative play
What’s in the box? – Everything kids need to build a toy articulated flatbed truck and rescue helicopter, plus driver and pilot minifigures
Realistic details – The toy truck has a long, articulated flatbed trailer and fold-out warning lights, while the rescue helicopter has spinnable rotors and a storage area for the included stretcher
Fun toys for kids who love creative play – Makes a fun birthday or any-other-day gift for children aged 5 and up
Measurements – Truck (with helicopter onboard) measures over 4.5 in. (11 cm) high, 15.5 in. (39 cm) long and 3 in. (8 cm) wide
Minifigure accessories – The LEGO® accessories in this set include a toy walkie-talkie and a stretcher
Includes printed and digital guides – Kids can zoom, rotate and visualize the finished model as they build with the free LEGO® Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets
Kids learn as they play – LEGO® Cit
Christchurch Brick Shop is a family run business based in Christchurch, New Zealand. The store was founded in 2007, and in 2022 Hayley and Hayden took over running it. For the past fourteen years, they have had another unrelated business (a translation company), and prior to that, before the earthquakes, had the Cathedral Café (the cafe attached to the Christ Church Cathedral) and a successful Subway store.
With three teenagers, they are no strangers to the joy of LEGO as it has been a staple Christmas present in their home for many years, with anything Harry Potter always a firm favourite. The whole family is currently working on the Eiffel Tower together.
They source collectable and out of production LEGO sets from all over the world, leveraging the expertise of LEGO and e-commerce to bring these to their customers.