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Ford Explorer built from LEGO bricks

Lego Explorer_01A unique Ford Explorer rolled off the line at Chicago Assembly Plant. This Ford Explorer was created from more than 380,000 LEGO bricks and marked the beginning of a long-term alliance between Ford and LEGOLAND Florida theme park. The bright red LEGOLAND Florida edition Explorer, created by 22 designers, weighs 2,654 pounds and is supported by a 768-pound interior aluminum base.

After its debut at the historic Chicago plant, the LEGO Explorer will make its way to the new 150-acre LEGOLAND Florida theme park just outside Orlando. There it will be featured in front of one of the park’s attractions, the Ford Driving School for children. LEGOLAND Florida, which opens Oct. 15, will cater to kids ages 2 to 12 with more than 50 family-focused rides, shows and attractions and a historical botanical garden.

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