LEGO Makes Everything Type R-some, With a Life Size Civic Hot Hatch

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  1. GTPNewsWire

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  2. HuskyGT

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    I would love to see how they put these sculptures together. It's just not only impressive, but mind boggling how these legos can hold their own weight.
     
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  3. TexRex

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    You've got a couple days to get your butt to Australia and plop it down in front of a TV tuned to channel 9.

    :p
     
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    I see a trend. More and more 1:1 car replicas are being built.


    This could be the answer?

     
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    No anti aliasing?
     
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  6. Vegard

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    I wouldn't call it a hot hatch considering the horsepower rating is Naught.
     
  7. V1LR-GUE10

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    Next update for GT Sport lol
     
  8. Mr Fahrenheit

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    You know, I think it'd be interesting to have a drivable Lego car for racing game.

    It'll be slow as heck, and if you hit anything at all, the entire car falls apart and it's game over.
     
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    I’ll be good for a demo derby lol
     
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    loved it as a kid, even to this day it impresses me; Lego is invincible.
     
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    No need because there are 0 FPS.
     
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    320,000 Brick Horsepower.
     
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  13. EngieDiesel

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    Legos are extremely tough little things.



    The steel frame, I believe, is so that it can be moved without putting stress on any particular part of the sculpture itself that might cause the glue to fail due to flexing.