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Enzo Ferrari . My first Enzo Ferrari and my second 16 studs wide car. . I started working on this car in February but I didn't actually start building the car with bricks until a little over a month ago. The way I build cars is I first study the car's shape, then I build it using Lego bricks, then I make some final modifications. All together, this car took three months to build. I won't talk about the history of Ferrari since most of you who are reading this already know. The front. The side. The rear. Details My brother took these pictures for me. By now you've probably already noticed that this car does not have working lights, but it does have glow in the dark headlights. Sadly, I was unable to capture a decent picture of it. I figured out that you could do the brake pads like this when i was building my Maserati, but later, I found out that Ryan Link did that on his Enzo Ferrari. So I guess I'll have to give him the credits. He took some good pictures like this one... ...But my brother is kind of weird so he takes crazy pictures... Opening Parts The doors can open. The doors open on two hinges: an axle and a regular hinge element. The trunk can open. The trunk can only carry two minifigure size bags. The engine cover can open. The 6 liter, V12 engine that punches out 650 HP rockets this car up to a top speed of 218 MPH. Everything is open. The interior. The bird's eye view of the supercar. The car without the doors and the trunk lid... ...And now also without the engine cover, the side panels, and the wheels. A group shot with all the pieces off. My Ferraris. UPDATE: After a while, I found some problems with the 1st version, so I modified it a bit. You can view the pictures in the slide show individually here. The side. The rear. Opening Parts Everything is open. Video I am still not 100% pleased with it, so I'm planning on building another Enzo from scratch in the future. Credits My brother: taking the pictures that are in the "Details" section. Ryan Link: brake pads, trunk lid, rear view mirror, and some parts of the doors. Firas Abu-Jaber: brake pads Last but not least, I would like to thank Paul Janssen because I would not have been able to finish the Enzo Ferrari without his help. You can visit his Bricklink store here. MOC by Noah

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