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Working truck built out of ice

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A company in Canada is hoping to set a new world record for driving a truck made almost entirely of ice.

The unique vehicle was commissioned by Canadian Tire as a way to demonstrate how well their car battery works in low temperatures. Skilled ice sculptors used the chassis from a 2005 GMC Silverado as a basis for the truck which needed a steel frame to support the five tons of ice used in its construction.

Read More: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/260152/working-truck-built-out-of-ice

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That is pretty epic!

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Cool idea...pardon the pun. I wonder how long it lasts before the ice melts....

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@Still Waters: read the article. It tells you.

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@Still Waters: read the article. It tells you.

Oh right, so it does. 44 hours! Thank you - I missed that part :tu:

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I could think of better uses for the money spent on this.

Just sayin...

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Might have been a great vehicle for the Pleistocene epoch.

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how miny miles per gallon of gas

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This would be a great prank to play on a car thief. He melts through the seat if he drives too long.

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