Canadian Tire builds a drivable truck from ice [videos]

Canadian Tire has created a truck made of ice to promote their MotoMaster Eliminator Ultra AGM battery, which will work at 40 degrees below freezing point.

The Ice Truck was built on a Chevrolet truck chassis and 4,990kg of ice were used to craft the sculpture like body. The truck even has working head- and tail lights.

The best part is that it is/was fully functional and it was driven for roughly a mile at 12mph back on December 12, 2013.


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