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Ferrari F355 Spider
This is my second go at the F355 Spider. I built one about 4 years ago for my wife because it is her favorite car. Some of you may have seen it on this site. Since then my building style has changed, prompting me to revisit its design. This one is far more detailed and accurate. I have also included some pix of the real thing for comparison. PLEASE leave me comments and feel free to ask questions!
About this creation

Top down




Top down and bonnet open


Air intakes. Notice the angling of the larger and the depth of the smaller.


Headlights open


Headlights on


Headlights off


Top on




With the boot and bonnet open


View of inside the boot


The engine!


Inside this awesome machine


The back-side


Notice the slight slope of the black portion... compare it to the real thing...








Comments

  May 19, 2012
Would be nice if you make more cars or something else, the car look s really good and look like the real one.
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  January 30, 2011
Wow! I can't believe I hadn't seen this before, what a great model. Very recognizable, and very well built. I do agree that the back might be a little funny...probably the curvy slopes, but overall a great build. Nice work!
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  September 25, 2009
Quoting Sven Bode & Jens Matuschek As Firas pointed out already: Great work! But a bit uf critics too. I don't like the rear...looks weird with those 3x1 curved slopes. It is really interesting to see that different approaches on this car in LEGO end up in very similar solutions. Ever seen the revised version of Sven's F355? -> http://www.gearing.de/scuderia/english/street-cars/8-cylinder/f355-berlinetta.html Cheers & best wishes, Jens
I had not seen his...I was not too sure about the rear either. once i figured out how i wanted to tilt the black portion i had to find a way to have the sides come up smoothly. I thought about MANY different solutions and spent a couple hours working on different ideas... and while it does not look exactly like the real thing, it is pretty close and does look good. (IMO)
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  September 25, 2009
AWESOME!
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  September 25, 2009
Beautiful job. It is very recognizable.
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  September 25, 2009
excelent and I agree with Firas and Sven Boden & Jens Matuschek. This is a better version than the first one.
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  September 25, 2009
Awesome man!!! 11/10!!
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  September 25, 2009
Great one.Im not a Ferrari-fan ut this time i must say -it looks good- .How you built the rear is very interesting.The overall shape looks good,too.Easy 5/5
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  September 25, 2009
As Firas pointed out already: Great work! But a bit uf critics too. I don't like the rear...looks weird with those 3x1 curved slopes. It is really interesting to see that different approaches on this car in LEGO end up in very similar solutions. Ever seen the revised version of Sven's F355? -> http://www.gearing.de/scuderia/english/street-cars/8-cylinder/f355-berlinetta.html Cheers & best wishes, Jens
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  September 25, 2009
Great work, instantly recognizable, I like the way you made the air intakes at the sides, the overall shape is perfect too, keep on the great work and welcome to MOCpages >>> Peace.. Firas
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  September 24, 2009
Excellent!
 
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