• Image Credit: National Motor Museum Beaulieu
  • Image Credit: National Motor Museum Beaulieu
  • Image Credit: National Motor Museum Beaulieu
  • Image Credit: National Motor Museum Beaulieu
  • Image Credit: National Motor Museum Beaulieu
  • Image Credit: National Motor Museum Beaulieu
What would you call "the largest caravan built with interlocking plastic bricks"? We'd call it the biggest Lego camper ever, and that is indeed the case. 12 model makers built the retro-styled teardrop camper out of 215,518 Legos, and it's as fully functioning as anything built from Legos can be. There's working lighting, running water and folding seats. And to make it as realistic as it can be, there are camping supplies and a Lego-made meal readied in the plastic kitchen.

The two-month build took over a thousand man hours to complete, and it is based on regular camper chassis, making it roughly 12 feet long. It also weighs over 2,600 pounds. It is naturally recognized in the Guinness Book of Records, and anyone with hundreds of thousands of Lego bricks is free to try and top the build with a bigger, US-style motorhome.

Now, the enormous brick caravan has been put on display at the National Motor Museum of Beaulieu, England. Other displays at Beaulieu include older BBC Top Gear vehicles and other on-screen vehicles.

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