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Enzo Ferrari (10-wide) . This was a project I've been telling myself I'd do for a long time; a small (minifig scale) Enzo Ferrari. I had made an 8-wide Enzo years ago, but I used electrical tape to make stickers for many of the features. This time, my goal was to build the entire thing completely of brick; no stickers (with the exception of the Ferrari badges). The result here is a 10-wide car which I think turned out nicely. I know 10-wide is a bit large to be minifig scale, but the main thing I wanted to do was build it in a different scale. Since most of my creations are 16-wide cars, I wanted to try a new scale, just for fun. What a challenge! It was very interesting trying to get the level of detail I'm used to in such a small car. Hope you like it! . First some shots of the exterior of the car...180 degree spin: This model features opening doors: Interior, complete with steering wheel, foot pedals, dashboard and more: the engine cover opened: A miniature version of the Enzo's powerful V12: everything is opened up: The next set of pictures shows my new Enzo along side my old one (from probably around 2004...2005?). You can see the stickers used to make the headlights, exhaust pipes, engine cover vents, windshield...basically a lot of the car! This time around I wanted to make everything completely of official Lego pieces.

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