VIDEOS: See world’s largest LEGO wooden roller coaster in action, inspired by El Toro at Six Flags

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LEGO minifigures get the chance to experience theme park fun thanks to Chairudo, who crafted the world’s largest LEGO wooden roller coaster.

Modeled after El Toro at Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey, this LEGO coaster is made from around 90,000 bricks and measures 21 feet long, 4 feet wide, and 4.5 feet tall. The 85-foot track takes LEGO minifigures for a real roller coaster ride.

See the LEGO wooden roller coaster in action in the two videos below.

WATCH – WORLD’S LARGEST LEGO WOODEN ROLLER COASTER INTRO:

WATCH – WORLD’S LARGEST LEGO WOODEN ROLLER COASTER PASSENGER VIEW:

The LEGO coaster is currently on display at Czech Repubrick at Hamleys toy store in Prague. Here’s a closer look at the coaster, courtesy of Chairudo’s Flickr account:

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Source: Laughing Squid

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