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BMW M6 Convertible . This is a BMW M6 Convertible totally made of the LEGO set 8653 "Enzo Ferrarri" . This is a BMW M6 Convertible totally made of the LEGOŽ 8653 Building day 1: The chassis: This is the first day of building a BMW M6 Convertible, and I started with the chassis. This is just a standard frame: but there is one change. Most of the cars are rearwheel driven and forewheel steeren, but this one is special. This car is forewheel driven and forewheel steeren. These are the pics of the chassis. Building day 2: Some details: These are the changes after day 2: Chairs: Steering system: Doors: Convertible mechanism: And this is how it overall looks like after day 2: Building day 3: More refinements: During day 3, I didn't have changed much: The doors:(the pumps are removed) The roof have changed a little bit: Some little details are added: After this day of building, I was not satisfied. I thought that I won't manage to finish this creation, because I was convinced that I didn't have enough parts in my availability. I wasn't very hopefull about this creation. Building day 4: The front: After this building day, the car seems to be almost finished. That was because I made the whole front: There are also some extra details added, like the headlights: I also made the door shorter (by 1 stud): At this picture, you can see that it's almost finished: Building day 5: The front-window In the fifth day of building, I made two changes: A front-window is added: The convertible mechanism is as good as finished: If you compare this photo to the photo when this BMW is finished, you almost won't see any difference. Building day 6: The rear-side: During this day I didn't change much: I only builded on the rear side of the car. With this part, the car is nearly finished: Building day 7: The finishing touch: After one week of building, the M6 is finally finished. In the last day I finished the rear: and I changed some details: This how the cars look like: This is the video about this MOC: Have fun, techn0m0ves

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