Fan builds a Lego replica of Ken Block’s Hoonicorn. A few years ago in the first Gymkhana video, Ken Block drove a modified Subaru WRX STI. In the following years, he ended up building a strong working relationship with Ford, creating and racing in several new and classic vehicles. The latest Block build is a 1977 F-150 with a twin-turbo V6 from a Ford GT race car. One fan, Lachlan Cameron, recreated Ken Block’s Hoonicorn, an AWD 1965 Mustang with a twin-turbo V8 with about 1,400 horsepower. By recreated, that means he made it into a small-scale Lego model. Now, that is a real fan.
In the video, the Lego isn’t a 1:1 re-creation, but the size of the Lego Porsche 911 GT3 RS or Bugatti Chiron. However, Cameron’s Lego build packs more features than any of those larger models. The Lego Hoonicorn is powered by electric motors both front and rear with remote-control steering. The handbrake and shifter both move, but probably aren’t functional beyond that. The Lego Hoonicorn also has LED lights both front and rear.
Check out Cameron’s YouTube channel, it features several other custom builds. The Hoonicorn is built with normal off-the-shelf Lego pieces using the instructions on Brickable. Everyone has access to building these projects.
For the Ken Block fans out there, if you want something you can actually play rough with, check out Block’s new Ford Fiesta RC car. Watch Block drive the RC car in his Utah garage.
Image Credit: Lachlan Cameron / Ken Block / Youtube/ Facebook