A life size Lego camp trailer was revealed at last fall’s Motorhome & Caravan Show at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, UK, setting a new Guinness World Record for the largest travel trailer ever built out of the interlocking plastic bricks.
And it appears no brick was spared in the model. Wired with electrical lighting, plumbed with running water, and accessorized with a stocked fridge, the Lego model matches the classic T@B 320 RS teardrop down to the color palette.
The model trailer is constructed from 215,158 Legos, smashing the previous record by 20,000 bricks. The model trailer took a 12-person team over 12 weeks and 1,000 hours to complete.
The dining area can be converted to a bed, for what we expect to be a restless night’s sleep. Better bring your own pad.
The kitchenette includes a stove, range, coffee pot, and a refrigerator stocked with bricked provisions.
Lego flowers and a chess set adorn the dining area.
And yes, the caravan includes running water.
The model was built around an aluminum chassis and measures 11.8 x 7.2 feet.
The model was created by UK’s Bright Bricks, a LEGO Certified professional model company, who construct everything from 40-foot Christmas trees to massive models of jets and ships.
It is now on tour as a marketing tool for the UK’s national “Freedom to Go” campaign.
Pictures and video were gratefully provided by Guinness World Records.