SYDNEY, Dec 24 (Reuters) - It's the stuff children dream about but a crowd-sourced project by an Australian man and a Romanian teenager has made driving a car built with 500,000 Lego bricks a reality. The life-sized two-seater has a top speed of 30 km per hour (20 mph) and is powered by four orbital engines with 256 pistons - all made of Lego - that run on compressed air. The car was designed by entrepreneur Steve Sammartino and Romanian tech guru Raul Oaida ...
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