Recently, I found a couple of my brother’s old LEGO Space sets we played with before I went into my “Dark Ages.” I’ll be doing a short 3-part series of these small sets. Today we have the Space Police II Galactic Chief (6813). It was released in 1993 and sold for $2.99.
The minifigure is named Captain Magenta and he is the Galactic Chief of the Space Police. His torso is exclusive to the minifigure and has the Space Police logo printing. The arms are green as well as the legs. He also wears red epaulets to signify that he is the Chief. The head shows the Chief wearing a headset. His helmet is black with a green visor. His accessory is a white microphone.
The build itself is pretty simple. At only 23 pieces, the set was one of the smallest LEGO Space Police sets that was released 20 years ago. The front has a 3×2 sloped brick and has the words Space Police printed on it. The green windshield doesn’t cover the sides of the cockpit. Speaking of the cockpit, there are no controls so I’m not sure how Capatin Magenta is piloting the ship. Towards the back are a couple of thrusters on each side of the ship.
The Galactic Chief is a pretty cool nostalgic set. It also has some good swooshability. I remember flying it around as a kid and chasing other LEGO cars that I made. Although this was the only Space Police II set I have, it was one of my favorites.
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