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Man Converts Car to Jurassic Park Explorer

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It's one of the most iconic cars of all time, and it probably never went above 20mph.

Reddit user Chris Orgeron has spent over a year converting a '93 Ford Explorer into a replica Jurassic Park tour vehicle - complete with CD-ROM and tour guide - and the results are simply brilliant. He says it took him more than two years to find some parts for it and also claims it's still not finished, despite its obvious amazingness; well Dr Hammond said the same thing about the Park itself and that all turned out fine, didn't it?

Take a look at the photos below and marvel at the transformation. We want one so much - imagine driving that round Whipsnade Safari Park.

(Images: Chris Orgeron)

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