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Ferrari Enzo Nero/Giallo
About this creation
"Black Beauty" and a prancing horse. Just different. This Enzo picks up some ideas of the official LEGO set, but it REALLY is a MOC. Warren McCoy was a bit faster in showing his black Enzo on Brickshelf.com ( http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=201584 ), and it was just an affirmation to build it in "Nero".
But it should be better than the official set. It should have a stunning interior, opening doors, an accurately copied engine, an articulated front hatch and some other gimmicks...well, look and see!

MOC by Jens Matuschek



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   Top view



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   3/4 view



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   All opened up



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   Detail shot



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   Some interior



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   Driver's place (note the brake and accelerator pedals, which are mentioned at the bottom of this page)



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   ...have you seen his sister? She is red!...



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   zzzzoooooOOOOOOMMMMM



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   "nero" and "giallo", with some carbon fiber



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   The rear end with diffusor, extra rear lights and braking lights under the wing



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   Side shot



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   When Mom returns, Daddy gotta go to night shift...however, do you really have to work when your garage houses TWO of these?!?



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   Remember that accelerator pedal? Here comes the gimmick: the pedal is directly connected with the "Revvin' Riders" Sound Brick (Set 4893). If a 1:17 scale LEGO fig kicks the throttle (or better we put a finger there) you can hear the engine "bark".



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   At about 80 km per hour the wing moves up to provide downforce



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   Another shot with the wing up



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   There is one prancing pony on top and the equivalent of 660 galloping horses inside this V-12...speeding this beast up to nearly 220 miles per hour



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   Front hatch open, showing once more the Sound Brick



Comments

Sven Bode & Jens Matuschek
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Bob The Jedi
  September 21, 2010
Pure awsomeness!
Sven Bode & Jens Matuschek
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Perry McShane
  September 21, 2010
Nice!
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  September 21, 2010
CCCCCOOOOOLLLLL!!!!!
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  September 21, 2010
Nice job i like how you designed the doors and congrats on MOTD
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  September 21, 2010
Congratz on MOTD. This excellent OLD moc deserves it. ;-)
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  September 21, 2010
Hey guys, congrats! This was an inspirational car for me before I joined MOCpages, and it's great to see it get MOTD!
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  September 21, 2010
Very well, your engine or whatever was very detailed! Nice!
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  September 21, 2010
An amazing piece of work. Very well done indeed.
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  September 21, 2010
Congrats on MOTD!
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  September 21, 2010
This is great! I love the detail in the engine it looks fantastic
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  September 21, 2010
Geiles Teil... Lots of details and well designed body. The engine ... AMAZING!
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  December 7, 2009
great job! this enzo is so much better!
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  October 25, 2009
cool! can you post instructons?
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  November 17, 2007
That engine looks like it could *Little Lego engine starts running* can run!!!!
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  April 7, 2007
OR AT LEAST THE SOUND BRICK SO I CAN PUT IT IN MY DELOREAN. (pppppppppllleeaaaassee!!!!)
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  November 22, 2006
It looks so much more menacing in black.
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  November 21, 2006
SHWING!
 
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