As we reported in September, the folks at Lego decided earlier this year to construct a life-size recreation of a 19641/2 almost entirely out of Lego and Duplo bricks. Presumably, they did this because they were bored, or something.
At any rate, the remarkably cool Lego Ford Mustang proceeded to make its way around the country, first stopping by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to help ring in the 40th anniversary of the Mustang Club of America before touring various destinations across the US and ultimately reaching its permanent place of residence: Florida’s Legoland resort.
It was during the Lego Ford Mustang’s tour that the folks at Legoland decided to have a bit of fun with unsuspecting tourists.
When the life-size 19641/2 Mustang reached the i-Drive 360 entertainment complex in Orlando, Florida, Legoland fitted the model with a speaker system, and set up hidden cameras to capture tourists’ reactions as they played sound effects and spooky voices whenever visitors got close or touched the car.
The result is… Well, see for yourself in the video above.