High Performance 1970 Dodge Charger Made Out Of Lego Featuring Roll Cage & Working Engine
This car is already part of the American muscle history. This guy decided to pay homage to it by creating a scale model of a 1970 Dodge Charger made out of Lego. You could see that this guy spent a lot of time doing this in the right way. The car features a working engine that is once again built entirely of Lego. It took this guy exactly half an year to finish this small vehicle.
Initially, there was no plan how to build this one and no sketches were made. Ludo van der Veen is the name of the creator of this 1970 Dodge Charger made out of Lego. This guy is really a fan of Lego and its his hobby since 1985. He got a page named ‘Ludo Lego Design Studio Page’ where you could see other projects. Now he is working on another vehicle – Plymouth Fury 1958.
This particular Charger is a 1:5 scale compared to the original version. Ludo paid a lot attention on the small details. Like everything in this world this little thing also got a price – it costed him tons of Lego. The car is 37 inches in length, 13 inches wide and 9 inches high. The wheels base is exactly 20 inches and the wheel diameter is 4.4 inches.
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The car weighs around 18 pounds. The interior is just amazing – it features two adjustable front racing seats, there is a roll cage installed, there is clutch handle. There is no gearbox installed as the car is too heavy and the Lego parts aren’t strong enough. The guy tried to install such but in the end he destroyed two three-speed transmissions. There is an air suspension and switches inside the car to control it. The engine under the hood is working and it’s a LPE V8 motor.