“The Most Amazing Lego Contraption Ever“
This is absolutely remarkable, I could’ve never envisioned this being done. I would be curious to see what this would sell for on the market for Christmas! Definitely something I could never assemble on my own and I am sure the majority of others would agree with me on that. How many people worked on this?
It will require a large box and acres of wrapping paper
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That’s probably on of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen. I’m not even sure what part of the contraption was my favorite. No doubt that it definitely will make an excellent Christmas present.
That is mesmerizing! For having little purpose it is so complex. Maybe they should donate it to Legoland
Wow, I wonder how many engineers it took to make that.
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