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World's longest toy car lineup

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It took 10 hours for volunteers to line up 24,189 toy cars around the National Motor Museum in the U.K., beating the previous record of 14,310 cars.

The line stretched over a distance of 1.91 kilometre.

Some of the toy cars had been offered by celebrities such as Pink Floyd drummer and race car driver Nick Mason. A Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR replica was given by Sir Stirling Moss, who used the real thing to win the 1955 Mille Miglia.

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World's longest toy car lineup