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Three years of sharpening a sword British man builds oversized 'Missouri' Lego model

by:Ennas      2021-12-29
Core tip: According to foreign media reports, a 51-year-old fisherman in the UK spent three years using thousands of Lego bricks to assemble a huge toy model of the USS Missouri. This model is 24 feet long (about 7.3 meters) and is almost the world's largest model of a Lego warship.     MacDonald used thousands of Lego bricks to assemble a 24-foot-long toy model of the USS Missouri.   China Net, August 27, according to foreign media reports, a 51-year-old fisherman in the UK spent three years using thousands of Lego bricks to assemble a huge toy model of the USS Missouri. This model is 24 feet long (about 7.3 meters) and is almost the world's largest model of a Lego warship.   It is reported that when the fisherman Jim McDonald began to assemble this model in 2012, he had calculated that this 1:40 scale model would be the world's largest model of a Lego warship. However, what he didn't expect was that another Missouri model built by American Dan Siskind was 1.5 feet longer than his work. The latter model has a scale of 1:35 and used more than 10,000 Lego bricks.   McDonald’s model was assembled without glue, which made him very proud. In addition to this huge warship, his garage is also full of other models assembled with Lego toys, including aircraft carriers, airplanes, fishing boats, and landing ships. The battleship Missouri with the ship number BB-63 is the fourth Iowa-class battleship built by the U.S. Navy in 1944. It participated in the Second World War, the Korean War and the 1991 Persian Gulf War. On September 2, 1945, the signing ceremony of Japan’s unconditional surrender, which marked the end of World War II, was held on the main deck of the USS Missouri. The ship is famous for this. At present, the retired USS Missouri is anchored in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii as a museum ship. Next to Ford Island, for tourists from all over the world to visit.
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