Canadian build a working pick-up truck out of ice

It was only matter of time before the Canadians did something like this, a Canadian company has managed to build a working pick-up truck out of ice. The truck was made out of 11,000 lbs of ice and averaged 20km/h and managed to drive a 1.6km which the company is hoping is a world record of sorts.

Behold the first self-propelled ice sculpture ever—a truck made of ice that actually works! It’s a real truck, using 11,000 pounds of ice over a regular truck chassis complete with engine and electrical system. Check out the videos to see how they built it—and how it melted. The truck ran for 1.6 kilometers at about 20 km/h on December 12, 2013. Oh Canada, how much I love you. Seriously.

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