Life-Size 1964 Ford Mustang Recreated In Lego – Design You Trust

Life-Size 1964 Ford Mustang Recreated In Lego


What you’re looking at here is 194,900 Lego bricks. The pieces were constructed to recreate this life-size 1964.5 Ford Mustang V8 coupe, making it the latest and possibly greatest attraction at LegoLand Florida Resort (so far). It was built as part of a partnership between Southern Ford Dealers and Lego, and will have a permanent home outside of the Ford Driving School attraction at the park from here on out.

h/t: motor1, jalopnik


The car measures in at 15 feet long, six feet wide, and more than four feet tall. It weighs a total of 1,712 pounds — 960 of which are pure Lego and Duplo bricks, while the other 752 is a flat, aluminum “chassis” designed specifically for the build. It was created by a veteran team of Master Builders at Lego Systems, Inc., in Enfield, Connecticut, and was first introduced at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the 40th anniversary celebration of the Mustang Club of America early in September.


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