LEGO – Life-Size Pixelated Ford Explorer | Video

By - September 26th, 2011

LEGO   Life Size Pixelated Ford Explorer | Video

If you’ve ever had occasion to wonder how many http://lego.com/” target=”_blank”>LEGO bricks it would take to assemble a full-sized http://ford.com/” target=”_blank”>Ford Explorer, you’re in luck — the answer is 380,000. More pertinent facts: it takes 22 designers over 2,500 hours to complete the build, and the replica vehicle would weigh in at 2,654 pounds (including a 768-pound aluminum supporting base). We know all this because the LEGO Explorer has already debuted at Ford’s Chicago Assembly Plant, and it will soon make its way to http://florida.legoland.com/” target=”_blank”>LEGOLAND Florida, via a trailer with transparent sides so motorists can view the special LEGO construct while it’s en route. Once there, it will be a part of LEGOLAND’s Ford Driving School for Children, in which participating kids can experience driving their own vehicles at a maximum speed of three miles per hour. Click through to see a time-lapse video of the making of the LEGO Explorer. via: http://autoblog.com/2011/09/26/ford-debuts-full-size-lego-model-of-explorer-at-chicago-plant-w/” target=”_blank”>Autoblog

LEGO   Life Size Pixelated Ford Explorer | Video

LEGO   Life Size Pixelated Ford Explorer | Video

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