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Chevy built a massive, 3,000-pound Lego replica of its Silverado truck

If you've ever wondered what a full-sized pickup truck would look like in Lego form, Chevrolet and Lego have you covered.

The two companies have teamed up to make a massive, life-sized Lego version of the Silverado pickup truck — and the results are impressive

Despite being a publicity stunt for Chevrolet's work with Lego on the upcoming The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, the truck is nonetheless a considerable feat of Lego brick engineering.

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The Lego Silverado, is a near exact replica of Chevy's full-size pickup. It's 6 feet high and and 8 feet wide. It has working headlights and reproduces even small details, like the front grill and Chevrolet logos, in Lego form.

Here's a look at the Lego Silverado next to the real thing.

The Legos give it a fun, pixelated look.

The red Lego creation weighs in at 3,307 pounds, and took more than 2,000 hours to assemble and is made up of 334,544 bricks — each of which were pieced together by hand, according to Chevrolet.

The Lego Silverado took more than 2,000 hours to build.

The Lego Silverado took more than 2,000 hours to build.

The Lego Silverado has working headlights.

The Lego Silverado has working headlights.

This isn't the first time the two companies have teamed up. They previously worked together to create a life-sized Lego Batmobile for The Lego Batman Movie.

You can watch a time lapse of the entire building process in the video below.

If only it were possible to actually drive the Lego Silverado.

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