This Porsche 911 Is Half-LEGO, Half-Real

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If you wanted to render a Porsche 911's trademark curvy profile, you probably wouldn't reach for a bucket of Lego, the most literally brick-shaped building tool on the market. Apparently, all that means is that you lack the gumption of the Legonauts who built this amazingly detailed half-Lego Porsche 911 RSR, right down to the racing livery and sponsor decals.

Spotted at Le Mans by Jalopnik's Stef Schrader, the split Porsche is made of more than 380,000 Lego bricks, arranged like a topographical map to approximate the organic curves of the race-ready 911. Save for the headlight, taillight, rear spoiler support, and wheels, the entire right-hand side of the car is rendered in the little plastic cuboids—right down to the hood pins.

For more great photos of this phenomenal mashup of racing legend and favorite toy, check out Schrader's full post over at Jalopnik. Who knows? Maybe you'll be inspired to build your own brick-based vehicle, like this guy and his life-size, air-powered Lego hot rod.

This article originally appeared on MSN.

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