In the United States introduced the carrot in the form of a full-size Jeep WranglerDecember 25, 2019
The guys at The Ritz-Carlton in Marana, Arizona decided not to make a classic gingerbread house for Christmas. They built a full-size copy of the SUV, and decorated it with gifts, wrappers and ribbons.
Photos of the finished result were published on the Web, as well as a video with a time lapse of the process of assembling a unique copy. Unfortunately, the model is not entirely composed of edible products. As the frame, the original Jeep Wrangler of the first generation with a dismantled engine and gearbox was used.
As can be seen from the video, bakers and artists began their work with the hood, body and windshield frames, laying everything with gingerbread tiles. Later, all joints were filled with white glaze, and each piece of gingerbread was additionally decorated with candy. They also decorated the seats, wheels and all other details of the car.
During the demonstration of the finished exhibit, the car was additionally loaded with gifts, and also created a festive atmosphere at the stand. According to the hotel where the exhibit was held, car decoration took 250 hours of work, 227 kg of sweets and 1,000 gingerbread cookies.
The SUV Jeep Wrangler YJ itself was released in 1986, as a replacement for another well-known model CJ-7.
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