YouTube is a treasure trove of automotive hobbies that don’t require a driver’s license, a closed track and clouds of billowing tire smoke. Take this Lego Technic 4×4 drift wagon built by YouTube user Attika as Exhibit A.

The wagon steers, stops and goes in reverse. While the wagon contains many Lego pieces, Attika used a 3-D printer to make one-off pieces to complete the build such as a uni joint and steering links. It has headlights, high beams, taillights and brake lights — it’s practically street legal.

Next time you’re looking for something to do and can’t go drifting around the neighborhood, building your own drift wagon could scratch that itch.