Ice Truck

A working truck carved out of more than 11,000lb of ice is gearing up for a place in the record books. The truck was sculpted by a team from Ontario, Canada, and comes complete with license plates and pine tree-shaped air freshener around the frame of a regular chassis. Artists at Iceculture also added a steel frame to provide extra support as well as fans which prevented hot air and exhaust fumes from melting the exterior.

 A working truck carved out of more than 11,000lb of ice is gearing up for a place in the record books. The truck was sculpted by a team from Ontario, Canada, and comes complete with license plates and pine tree-shaped air freshener around the frame of a regular chassis. Artists at Iceculture also added a steel frame to provide extra support as well as fans which prevented hot air and exhaust fumes from melting the exterior.

 A working truck carved out of more than 11,000lb of ice is gearing up for a place in the record books. The truck was sculpted by a team from Ontario, Canada, and comes complete with license plates and pine tree-shaped air freshener around the frame of a regular chassis. Artists at Iceculture also added a steel frame to provide extra support as well as fans which prevented hot air and exhaust fumes from melting the exterior.

 A working truck carved out of more than 11,000lb of ice is gearing up for a place in the record books. The truck was sculpted by a team from Ontario, Canada, and comes complete with license plates and pine tree-shaped air freshener around the frame of a regular chassis. Artists at Iceculture also added a steel frame to provide extra support as well as fans which prevented hot air and exhaust fumes from melting the exterior.

 A working truck carved out of more than 11,000lb of ice is gearing up for a place in the record books. The truck was sculpted by a team from Ontario, Canada, and comes complete with license plates and pine tree-shaped air freshener around the frame of a regular chassis. Artists at Iceculture also added a steel frame to provide extra support as well as fans which prevented hot air and exhaust fumes from melting the exterior.