Building a lifesize camper out of Lego would be an astounding feat by itself, but some expert British constructors in the UK are taking that impressive accomplishment to the next level with their latest project. For their Guinness World Record that's technically titled the "largest caravan built with interlocking plastic bricks," the group went above and beyond by not only making the RV true to size but fully functional, as well. They even used blocks to create all of the necessary camping amenities inside, like a coffee maker and a fully stocked refrigerator.

The outside of the Lego camper is impressive enough because it looks just like the real thing, but the real magic is inside. Open the door, and you're greeted by everything you expect to find in an RV. Even the seats fold out to form a bed. Plus, when the external power is on there are lights and a working faucet, too.

According to Guinness World Records, building the camper took 12 weeks and 215,158 Lego pieces. ​The final result measures 7-feet-3-inches tall and 11-feet-10-inches long. Take a full tour and check out the impressive construction in the clip above.

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