Guy Recreates The Famous El Toro Roller Coaster With 90,000 Lego Pieces


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El Toro roller coaster is also known as The Bull and is a wooden roller coaster located in Jackson, New Jersey with a top height of 55 m. It held the record for the steepest drop at 76 degrees for many years until 2008 when the T Express in Korea overtook it by one degree. It is the fourth fastest roller coaster in the world.

You can get a first-person view of the entire ride in this model made out of lego. Chairudo is a YouTube user and heĀ uploaded a video of the lego El Toro coaster. It took the lego fanatic an excess of 800 hours to complete the roller coaster with 90,000 plastic pieces. It was definitely worth it. The completed design is 6.5 meters long, 1.2 meters wide, and 1.4 meters tall.

You can watch the astonishing model yourself in the video below:

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