This is the exterior of a fully detailed Lego recreation of In-N-Out.
The custom vinyl In-N-Out logo stickers are the only pieces of the set that aren't genuine Lego parts, according to Jon Furman, the man who created this vision.
In an email to BuzzFeed, Jon said that the project took about three years to complete, since getting his hands on the right Lego parts wasn't always easy.
Furman currently lives in Portland, but says on trips back to L.A. he will "plan flights around meal times just to sneak in a Double Double."
The inspiration came to Furman four years ago when he took a trip to L.A. and brought back a souvenir In-N-Out hat to hang in his office.
Furman modeled the set off of the "Fresh Prince-era" In-N-Outs he grew up with.
And used locations throughout California as a reference tool.
Furman not only recreated the In-N-Out equipment, but he spared no details in doing so.
And he made sure that his replica In-N-Out was filled with smiling employees, just like the real restaurant!
But of course, what In-N-Out would be complete without its customers, right?!
It's got all of the In-N-Out details you could ask for, from the food assembly line to the fresh produce stores.
"Quite honestly, the hardest part of putting it together was the long stretches between In-N-Out visits," Furman said, "and my standing order at In-N-Out is a number two: no onion, with extra toast, and a Coke with lemon."