If you were sorely tempted by the LEGO VW T1 Camper LEGO kit we wrote about a couple of months ago, but couldn’t quite bring yourself to cough up £70 for what is essentially a toy, don’t despair.

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If you were sorely tempted by the LEGO VW T1 Camper LEGO kit we wrote about a couple of months ago, but couldn’t quite bring yourself to cough up £70 for what is essentially a toy, don’t despair.

At least one person parted with their cash and rather than take selfish pleasure in assembling a chunky replica of one the most iconic vehicle designs of all time, they did the decent thing and captured the whole process on video.

Better yet, it’s a time-lapse video, which means you can watch the entire build from start to finish in 94 seconds, rather than the few hours it looks like it actually took. Enjoy…

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