With the leisure of scrolling up and down on the internet, we came across something that had put a glare in our eyes. Of all the glorious items online that moment, this stood out – a Nissan GT-R Nismo made out of LEGO on The Brothers Brick website. The masterpiece was out from the golden hands of renowned LEGO car builder Firas Abu-Jaber, and is posted on his Flickr account.
The details are fantastic. It's as if you're looking at a pixilated render of the "Godzilla," complete with LEGO Nismo kits. The best part here is you can actually open the doors and pop both the hood and trunk lids, which add a realistic touch to it. The twin-turbocharged V6 engine is instantly visible, as well as its Nismo-trim red and black interior. We'll cut it short here so you could drool on the images below.
Last time, we witnessed a 300-euro (P17,000) LEGO Porsche 911 GT3 RS brought to its end after being crashed at an unthinkable rate of speed (we still mourn up to this date). Good thing, the LEGO GT-R won't experience the same fate as the 911. Rather, everyone is welcome to admire 10 still shots of it on Abu-Jaber's account, alongside other car builds (enjoy and reward him with a 'follow' if you wish).
Source: The Brothers Brick via Firas Abu-Jaber's Flickr
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