Man makes Titanic out of lego

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A North Carolina Lego fan has earned a Guinness World Record after making the Titanic out of lego.

Paul Ufema assembled the 9,090-piece Titanic set in 10 hours, 46 minutes and 31 seconds.

Ufema, a Salisbury resident who runs the All New Bricks channel on YouTube, previously set a Guinness World Record when he assembled the 9,036-piece Lego Colosseum in under 14 hours, but his record was later broken.

Ufema nearly captured the world record for assembling the Lego Millennium Falcon, but his attempt was disqualified when it turned out he had missed a single piece.

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  1. Yoo I could that in about 19 hours but that would be amazing

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