Lord Vampyre rides in quite the hot rod hearse doesn't he. I'm not much of a vehicle set buyer but I'm on the fence on this one. I thought the hearse has a kind of 1960's George Barris look to it and that's kind of cool. It's kind of clunky looking but that might be on purpose. It wouldn't be that hard to streamline that thing. It might be higher in the back than looks good because of the special action feature. The roof opens and there's some sort of lever that flips the vampire out of his coffin. That's kind of silly but I like it. Kind of captures the whole vampire surprise attack thing in a simple bit of movement. That's a huge sticker on the top of the vehicle. It looks kind of cool even though paint jobs on roofs are rarely seen by anyone on the ground. If I ever got around to building a museum that fiery face could be a nice big painting. The sets got 314 parts, including three minifigs, and it's got a price of $34.95. There's a nice assortment of parts but most of them are black and they cost just over 11 cents each. I have more than enough of most of them and that doesn't make me feel too inclined to buy the set. There's a motorcycle but I'm pretty stocked up on those. Several sets have had them in the last few years. Some of them got put on clearance. I might be more likely to purchase this set on clearance. I'm somewhat interested in the minifigs but I already have a handful of vampires and zombies. That's Sir Rodney Rathbone, Lord Vampyre and his zombie driver below. They have nice costumes that could be used for other themes. Lucky for me I can talk myself out of buying some of the sets that I see. If I wanted the set to build and have as a model or plaything that would be a better reason to pick one up. It's lacking as a parts pack for me. Oh, well, not like there isn't some other set that's crying out to be bought.