The Best LEGO Sets for Adults During Self-Isolation

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Self-isolation has us leaning on puzzles and board games to stay busy and sane with family and loved ones. One puzzle (of sorts) to consider is a quality LEGO kit. Here are our favorites that are available right now: 

James Bond's 1964 Aston Martin DB5, $149

Finally back in stock after being sold out for months, this incredible Aston Martin DB5 build celebrates 007's legendary 1964 sports car with various gadgetry ranging from a concealable radar tracker to a passenger ejector seat to a revolving number plates. 

1985 Audi Sport quattro S1, $19

The king of the Group B rally racing circuit and one of the most iconic Audi designs in history, this build has style for miles.

1989 Batmobile, $249

First seen in Tim Burton's Batman circa 1989 and arguably the coolest Batmobile design in history, this model spans 3,306 pieces and is packed with authentic features like a slide-open cockpit, hidden machine guns with a pop-up function activated by turning the turbine exhaust, and grappling hooks on both sides of the vehicle.

Old Trafford, $299

For Manchester United supporters, this faithful reproduction of Old Trafford is an intricately designed work of art filled with recognizable details that celebrate the history of the club.

1974 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0, $14

This eye-popping vintage Porsche build with its "whale tail" rear spoiler looks nearly as good in LEGO form as it does in real life.

Ship in a Bottle, $69

Natty style is at red alert with this handsome and highly detailed ship in a bottle build.

Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, $99

Capturing the rugged handsomeness of the real-life machine, this very cool Harley-Davidson Fat Boy is loaded with features like a Milwaukee-Eight engine with moving pistons and handlebar steering. Arrives with a display stand, too.

1960 Ford Mustang, $149

Considered one of the greatest American muscle cars of all time, this dark blue Ford Mustang build is dripping with a special kind of cool.