If you ever successfully made a car out of LEGOs, the chances are it was either made from a kit with special parts, or it looked like a brick on wheels. LEGO enthusiast-slash-master builder Malte Dorowski, however, is going just a bit further and making cars you really have to see to believe. His Porsche-heavy collection spans everything from vintage street and race cars, to scaled sleek-brick versions of today's fastest machines, complete with working parts.
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Using the combined parts of countless LEGO sets — and the kind of skills that clearly indicate an adolescence spent mostly at home — he's managed to make not only fairly accurately-shaped renditions of cars like this Porsche 962, but to incorporate the proper liveries as well.
The interior is just as fantastic; he's actually built the seats to be proper racing buckets, and the instrument cluster on the dash is laid out appropriately.
Amazingly, he's carried that level of detail throughout. Here, you can see the engine, transmission, and exhaust, all about as accurate as you could possibly get when using a series of random parts.
Look carefully at the front, and you'll see he's actually built the car around a frame, just like the real deal. It's all very functional, and the steering and suspension actually work.