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Enzo Ferrari
All summer I had been planning on building a 16-wide Enzo. I started one in June, but I didn't like the way it was turning out so I abandoned it for other projects. After building steadily this summer, I revisited it and this is the result. This isn't my first Enzo at this scale; I built one several years ago (it is still in my cars folder), but I never really liked it. My Lego collection and skills have expanded since then, and a remake was long overdue. Hope you enjoy it!
About this creation
I was never a huge fan of the official Lego set, and I never even had it. So as you can see, this is not simply a modification of the official set; it was built completely from scratch the way I think it should have been built. The Enzo has always fascinated me; it is so unique-looking. This made it an interesting and challenging build. In fact, this took longer to build than any other car I've made, at any scale. Along with the Ferrari badge mosaic that accompanies it, this is probably my favorite project that I've made so far.

Unlike my other cars, this one has a solid windshield. At the end of the page I also included some pictures of the car without the solid windshield in place; if you think it looks better without, PLEASE let me know! I like the look of the dark windshield in some pictures, not so much in others, so I had a difficult time deciding whether or not to add it.

This MOC features another of my MOCs, the Ferrari badge mosaic as seen in the main picture of this MOC. If you like it, please check it out on my page; it has its own page with better and close up pictures.

Also, one more disclaimer:
I feel bad, but I wasn't able to add hinges to the doors. I could have always done some kind of gull-wing connection on top, but seeing as that's not how the real car's doors work, I didn't want to do it. In the pictures where the doors are open, they are simply propped open by antennas, if you look closely you can see. I spent many hours trying to add a hinge that would allow the doors to open the right way, however, there seems to be no way to do it without sacrificing the detail of the interior and the door itself, which I did not want to do. So, no door hinge. Sorry!

Some pictures of the car all around:







































Engine cover opened up:







The huge V12 engine:







The Doors opened up:









The interior: I like the seats on this one!







Everything open:







Inside the trunk:



The rear diffuser, as seen from underneath:



On display with the Ferrari Badge: Please feel free to check out my page; I have a separate page for the mosaic if you would like more detail on that.





Here are the pictures of the car without the solid windshield: I definitely looks different I think, but better or worse, I'm not sure. Let me know what you think.








Comments

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  July 20, 2013
Stunning version of the Enzo, I think it looks better without the black windscreen.
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  October 22, 2012
Lovely! Look at my creation and rate it! http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/328869 You can contact me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GabrieleZanello E-mail: zanellog@live.com
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  September 8, 2012
Very Very amazing, i'm sure this is not assembled anymore, but on a further project on it i would say the black outlined windshield, not the all black windshield. Btw i just finished an Enzo, so can you please take a look. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/340170
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  May 19, 2012
Looks better without the windshield
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  April 14, 2012
Excellent!
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  May 14, 2011
Quoting Lego Builder I'm almost done with mine...I just need to wait for some pieces to come in the mail...then I'll make some minor modifications. But I'm going to post my McLaren first...so don't expect the Enzo to come out this month. I'll probably post ti early next month. How long did it take you to build this car? How long is the wheelbase? OK...I think I'll stop bugging you for a while. Oh! And by the way, I made a fan club for you. Here's the link:http://mocpages.com/group.php/16839 Thanks!
Hey, thanks, I just joined! This car probably took me at least a month to build, just trying to get everything the way I wanted it. And the wheelbase I think is 21 studs. If you can find plans of the real car, or even just some good pictures, you can usually scale things pretty well. Well, I can't wait to see yours still...Good luck on the finishing touches!
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  May 10, 2011
I'm almost done with mine...I just need to wait for some pieces to come in the mail...then I'll make some minor modifications. But I'm going to post my McLaren first...so don't expect the Enzo to come out this month. I'll probably post ti early next month. How long did it take you to build this car? How long is the wheelbase? OK...I think I'll stop bugging you for a while. Oh! And by the way, I made a fan club for you. Here's the link:http://mocpages.com/group.php/16839 Thanks!
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  April 20, 2011
When I build mine, the back will slightly increase in width (hopefully), from 16 to 16 1/2 tile and then 16 1/2 stud. But it's going to be hard to do it because the back is going to be an odd width. But I won't start building it for a while because I'm going to build a McLaren Formula One car first, but I can't start until the wheels which I bought arrive.
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  April 20, 2011
Quoting Lego Builder So the doors aren't connected to the car? Is this car wider at the rear section than at the middle part?
The doors kind of lock into place, but no, they're not connected by an actual hinge. As far as the width, the middle and rear are the same width, 16 studs. The only part that's not is the front, which is narrower. Hope that helps!
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  April 20, 2011
So the doors aren't connected to the car? Is this car wider at the rear section than at the middle part?
Ryan Link
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Federico Bassi
  February 26, 2011
incredible ! this is the my favorite car on mocpages ! it is ....it is.....beautiful ! it is extremely perfect .....
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  February 3, 2011
Absolutely beautiful! And, you got the name right! Enzo Ferrari, instead of Ferrari Enzo! Great job, -Jan
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  December 22, 2010
i think the headlights are a bit too big. otherwise, AWESOME CREATION
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  December 4, 2010
Incredible.. the complex shapes of the Enzo rendered perfectly in Lego. Wow.
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  November 6, 2010
even for firas, this would be amazing so for you..... simply perfect replica keep em coming
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  September 7, 2010
superb Enzo, and the functional gull-wing doors and Ferrari Logo are just icing on an already perfect cake!
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  September 5, 2010
...finally the almighty Enzo. Well, just perfect. The pros on this one are endless, so I will utter two minor points of critique or better suggestion: get rid of that solid windshield, it looks like an anti-freezing mat or whatever it's called. Second point is the rear bonnet. the beams sem to bejust a tad to short IMO. Maybe it's just me, but it looks somehow weird. OK, I really hope you aren't working on an FXX - it's my turn now ;-P Best wishes and always keen on your new creations, Jens
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  August 20, 2010
best Lego Enzo i ve ever seen !!!
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  August 19, 2010
really cool! i love the teniques used to make this car! its easly reconisable and has great details! exelent work! please check out my 16 wide ferrari! thanks http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/220659
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  August 18, 2010
The shape is captured perfectly at a relatively small scale, great job!
Ryan Link
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ratchet snipe
  August 17, 2010
omg omg auuuu im in utter shock by the way cud u look at my sig fig podge
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  August 17, 2010
Insanely incredible.
  August 17, 2010
Blue fenders: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemPic.asp?S=7970-1 BTW thanks for the compliment on my EB110, glad you like it. PS. if you want to take photos for your Enzo without the solid windshield I suggest to slope the windshield frame a bit more, would look better IMO.
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  August 17, 2010
Wow, extremely impressive, I am jealous of your mad skills ;)
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  August 16, 2010
Thank you for so many nice comments! It seems pretty much unanimous that it looks better without the windshield; I'll try to take and post some better photos soon
 I like it 
  August 16, 2010
Excellent Enzo with awesome details! And..i think the windshield is better without the solid parts.
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  August 15, 2010
This is too awesome! Absolutely fantastic work! I really need to step up my game if I wanna rival builds like this! Excellent job on everything, the details and functionality work great together!
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  August 15, 2010
Stunning Ferrari, you've put a lot of effort in the details, also on the engine! Personally I think it looks better without the solid window ;-)
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  August 14, 2010
excellent enzo!
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  August 14, 2010
This is great one of your best I think
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  August 14, 2010
oh my god awsome work it looks....it looks.....amazingly, awsome, igloo saladness. unexplainable words *faint* 5/5
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  August 14, 2010
oh my god awsome work it looks....it looks.....amazingly, awsome, igloo saladness. unexplainable words *faint* 5/5
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  August 14, 2010
oh my god awsome work it looks....it looks.....amazingly, awsome, igloo saladness. unexplainable words *faint* 5/5
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  August 14, 2010
oh my god awsome work it looks....it looks.....amazingly, awsome, igloo saladness. unexplainable words *faint* 5/5
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  August 13, 2010
Excellent work!
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  August 13, 2010
Dude that is amazing!
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  August 13, 2010
Way better than the official set, they use too many stickers instead of building the detail. Looks better without the wind shield.
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  August 13, 2010
You have done it, you made a perfect enzo! this is just amazing to look at. great job!
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  August 13, 2010
WOW. looks fantastic. not tven the people at lego can make it as good as this one. 5/5
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  August 13, 2010
the seats look very nice! check out my new moc!
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  August 13, 2010
Superb! Infinitely more accurate than the official set. From behind, this looks like a scale model rather than a Lego creation, very nice work. I am also on the fence about the windshield, looks better with it in some pictures, and better without it in others.. Great work. Peace ~ Packie
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  August 13, 2010
I like the massive amount of detail in this, nice job.
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  August 13, 2010
Amazing model mate, I like the way the doors open, just like the real thing. And I say lose the windshield, it's better looking without it. Well done.
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  August 13, 2010
This just looks right from EVERY angle! Astonishing.
  August 13, 2010
Lose the windscreen, it looks bulky and it's blocking the view to the fine interior.
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  August 13, 2010
this is great. but if i can just suggest something- take the windshield off and just make the lines of where the edges would be. let the imagination fill in the rest, you can tend to get a car to look better that way. :)
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  August 13, 2010
That's one awsome beauty for sure. All the details - WOW, stuning! You're the man!
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  August 13, 2010
I say exactly what Anthony says :)
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  August 12, 2010
Oh my! Wow! Another fine Italian Sports Car,Ryan. Wow, You captured the lines and essence of the valuable and aerodynamic Enzo Ferrari. It is perfect pretty much everywhere! I love the butterfly doors, the "Ryan Link" Detailed engine bay, and all of the other operable features! An opening hood-insane on an Enzo- you got the form and function on this one for sure! From every angle, this car is beautiful! Thank you for not skimping on the details on this one (you never have). You even have the rear diffuser! If you haven't caught on that I really like this model- I REALLY LIKE THIS MODEL A LOT! Too many details to talk about, which is good. Congratulations on a great build! I guess you already beat me to displaying a beautiful Ferrari in front of your new Ferrari Mosaic! Great work! Keep building! -Anthony Dunne
 
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