Lego Porsche 911 Has Working Suspension

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Lego. A simple word whose meaning goes far beyond a box full of interlocking plastic bricks. For some of us, it brings back nice memories, while for others, it defines a hobby. A hobby that sometimes has astonishing results, much more than what the creator has expected when he combined the first Lego pieces.

As you can see in the photos next to this article, the Arvo brothers, as they're known on Lego community forums, created a Porsche 911 painted in brown that pretty much resembles the original one already seen, or even driven, by many of you out there. What's really interesting however is that this Lego-made Porsche has a working suspension. That's right, it has a full working suspension, made of Lego pieces of all, but it perfectly copies not only the design of a real assembly, but also the behavior.

There are no details about this Porsche and no, we're not talking about technical specs or other things that would make the day for a car fanatic, but about the time spent for building it, the idea behind it or the building instructions. Because, if you're asking us, building such a model with no printed instruction is nearly impossible and takes a lot of time.

The good thing in the end is that, besides the fact that the Lego Porsche 911 makes the headlines in many auto publications around the world, it runs without making any noise, it doesn't burn any gasoline and, more importantly, it calmly stays on your night table.

So, have a look at the next photos and please excuse us, we're now leaving to buy a Lego Creator set, we're in the mood for building a Cayenne...
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About the author: Bogdan Popa
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Bogdan keeps an eye on how technology is taking over the car world. His long-term goals are buying an 18-wheeler because he needs more space for his kid’s toys, and convincing Google and Apple that Android Auto and CarPlay deserve at least as much attention as their phones.
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