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Fiat 682/RN2 Carrozzeria Bartoletti; Scuderia Ferrari Race Transporter
Full power functions remote control (steering and drive), differential, detailed interior, opening doors, cargo area and tailgate, removable roof and lowering top deck.
About this creation
1959 Fiat 682/RN2 bodied between 1957 and '59 by Carrozzeria Bartoletti for Scuderia Ferrari.

Background
This 682 / RN2 was used by the official Ferrari race team as their transporter for F1, Sports and Endurance racing before being sold to the SEFAC Ferrari race team in 1965. It was retired from race service in 1970 and bought by a circus. After a period of lying derelict, this open-deck transporter has now been fully restored to its original colours and specification and is regular at shows such as Pebble Beach.

Features
- Full power functions remote control (4x XL motors for drive through a rear differential, 1x Medium for steering via a clutch)
- Opening cabin doors, cargo doors, roof and tailgate
- Detailed 6 seat interior
- Lowering top deck

Dimensions
- Length: 84 studs
- Width: 24 studs
- Height: 24 bricks and 2 plates
- Weight: 4.5kg

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
This MOC is my first attempt at complicated SNOT techniques, as my previous models have either been studded or full-stud. The front grill is an evolution of previous techniques and has studs pointing in 5 directions!

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
Most of the parts used in the Fiat 682 come from the LEGO Racers Ferrari F1 car set or my existing collection, although a few extras were purchased on Bricklink. Everything used to create this MOC is LEGO, including the stickers and rope.

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
The window surround was actually one of the hardest bits to do - so many interlocking colours! Hopefully it looks OK?

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
Front door open; like the real truck one door opens into the cabin on each side. The bodywork has a half-stud offset below the windows that continues to the top chrome (in this case grey) strip.

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
Rear; the tailgate drops to let the racecars get aboard. If you look closely you can see the rear wheel arches are actually half a stud different (longitudinally) from the rest of the bodywork in order to match the front ones (which don't have to be offset due to the steering).

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
Profile: 'Ferrari' lettering uses lots of SNOT, which I'm rubbish at, so I nearly gave up and bought a sticker! It's more tricky than it looks because...

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
...on this side it has to split down the middle to enable the cargo doors to open. Here you can see two stacked XL motors powering the back wheels through much gearing-down and a differential, and the battery box. Since this photo was taken the truck has been updated with the addition of a further two XL motors, taking the total to four, and a second battery box mounted in the cargo area.

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
Drivers door open; the interior matches the real one as closely as possible. I'm not sure why it's right hand drive though - anyone know?

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
6 seat interior for the mechanics and crew. The rear bench should have another arm-rest but there wasn't enough space. The real Fiat 682 has a 6 cylinder, 10.7 litre, 175hp diesel engine under the red hump between the seats. Mine has a load of steering gubbins! The grey cylinder on top of the engine cover is, I think, a heater.

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
This Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti open-deck race transporter can hold up to three race cars, and was used by Ferrari for Formula 1, Sports Car and Endurance racing. The rear part of the top deck can lower to allow cars to access the roof. Thanks go to the brilliant Malte Dorowski for his knowledge of flex-tubing widths.

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
The truck is controlled via LEGO's excellent Power Functions motors. The controller is a simplified version of the superb design by Oscar Verbeek. The grey piece next to it is the cover for the IR receiver which is built into the rear deck.

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
Insert racecars here! They're next on my build list, but this is where you can help!

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
The truck measures well over 80 studs long and weighs 4.5kg. To cope with the weight the drive and steering motors are significantly geared down. The steering motor also uses a clutch so that no excess strain is put on the motor when the steering reaches full lock.

Fiat 682/RN2 Bartoletti
In memory of the seventeen Formula 1 drivers killed at the wheel whilst this transporter was in service at Scuderia Ferrari and SEFAC.

Thank you for taking the time to view this MOC, I hope you like it.
As always, feedback is greatly appreciated, both positive and negative.

Higher quality images can be found at my flickr account here.

If you'd like to help out with MOCpages' Classic Race Teams Project click here for more information on how you can participate.

Happy Building : )

Ape



Comments

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  January 2, 2014
101st. A beautiful machine that deserves every one of them :-)
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  January 2, 2014
Quoting Achintya Prasad I saw you comment in the 100+ club; I'm surprised I haven't commented yet ;-D Anyways, nice work, as usual Ape! However, one thing troubles me: on your homepage, you say you are no longer active here. So, are you still building on, say, Flickr? It'd be kinda sad to see such a great builder just leave it all.....
Quoting Halhi 141 Congrats on another 100!
Lol, thanks guys : ) I'm not that active here (or anywhere) at the moment but I do still check in from time to time, like today. One day I may return to being regularly active here and building again, in the meantime I'll keep up with what you guys build every so often.
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  January 2, 2014
Congrats on another 100!
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  January 2, 2014
I saw you comment in the 100+ club; I'm surprised I haven't commented yet ;-D Anyways, nice work, as usual Ape! However, one thing troubles me: on your homepage, you say you are no longer active here. So, are you still building on, say, Flickr? It'd be kinda sad to see such a great builder just leave it all.....
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  September 25, 2013
Absolutely Stunning job.....Very neat
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  September 4, 2013
Chapeau! So many great details!
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  June 6, 2013
Quoting Timothy Dillman What scale is it at? I need to know so I can build my 250gto at the same scale.
Hi Timothy. About 1:13, but it's more built to scale with the wheels than to a target ratio.
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  June 4, 2013
What scale is it at? I need to know so I can build my 250gto at the same scale.
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  May 29, 2013
This is awesome! Now to only put a couple of Ferrari MOCs on there....
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  January 28, 2013
Hi Ape, It was a pleasure meeting you and this magnificent machine yesterday. Photos are great but there is not substitute for seeing it in the brick. A truly inspirational build.
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  January 2, 2013
Quoting John Daniels Hey Ape, I was curious what the second transporter would be for your race team? Depending on what it is I might have the parts to build it. And maybe join/add it to your team. Thanks, John
Hi John. As far as I know they ran two Fiat 682 (this truck) and before that two Fiat 642s, with some cross-over in the middle. As such I'd probably go for a 642 (which Lego Builder Jr is also building for the Maserati Team). It's like this 682, but a little smaller and with diagonal struts for the decks. There are also loads more pictures/die cast models of the 642 than the 682 so it could be easier to research. I'd love to have you join the team! There's a 'Scuderia Ferrari Discussion' in the CRTs group if you'd like to chat more.
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  January 2, 2013
Hey Ape, I was curious what the second transporter would be for your race team? Depending on what it is I might have the parts to build it. And maybe join/add it to your team. Thanks, John
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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
Ape Fight
Robbie Trengove
  October 18, 2012
The attention to detail on this is incredible. I'm VERY impressed.
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  October 3, 2012
Beautiful, I don't think I would ever have the drive, or talent, to build something like this. Love the front especially, the grill looks wonderful!
Ape Fight
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Karl M
  September 10, 2012
Brilliant job, a great effort.
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  September 2, 2012
Excellent job! :)
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  August 29, 2012
Quoting David Roberts A beautiful creation, faithful to the original both inside and out. The brick-built cab is tour-force and an interesting contrast to MortalSwordsman's transporter. The fact that this is RC too is most impressive.
Thanks DR - we hope to have this alongside Mortal's contrasting twin axel version, Nick B's Ecurie Ecosse and DeTomaso's transporters at somepoint soon : )
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  August 26, 2012
A beautiful creation, faithful to the original both inside and out. The brick-built cab is tour-force and an interesting contrast to MortalSwordsman's transporter. The fact that this is RC too is most impressive.
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  April 15, 2012
Wow,i dont know why i havent commented it so far,but this is true masterpiece!very,very well done,those details are amazing!Great job as always!:)I have posted a Titanic model,so could you comment this?Thanks!
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  March 1, 2012
very good model truck. well done
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  February 24, 2012
I have no idea why I haven't commented on this yet... It looks terrific! It's got a bunch of power functions (none of which I can figure out) and the SNOTing on the side to get the lettering is great! I saw on another moc that said you couldn't change the main photo, you should be able to change it by adding a new photo and selecting the main photo option. Hope this helps!
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  February 13, 2012
Can't believe I haven't commented on this yet, I'm always following your brilliant classic race teams group, and the transporters are always my favourite, I checked out the other PF version of this and I can appreciate how difficult it is to get in the functions and the scale and the details together. Stunning work ;|
  February 7, 2012
He stole your Rat Rod? How dare he.... I suppose that means that's it's so good that someone would steal it. :) ~LB Jr.
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  February 7, 2012
I can't wait to meet this beauty!
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  February 7, 2012
Quoting MortalSwordsman . Hi Ape :). I just spotted this on Cuusoo. I supported the concept I would love to see some classic race cars. Good luck :)
Thanks Mortal. I actually put my MOCs there as a bit of copy protection, as in the previous version of Lego's 'Send your MOCs in and we might make them' system my Rat Rod was stolen for a competition. The excellent' Brick Busters' group sorted it out, but I figure if I post them first they're less likely to be pinched! If they get some votes too, well that's a bonus :)
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  February 7, 2012
Hi Ape :). I just spotted this on Cuusoo. I supported the concept I would love to see some classic race cars. Good luck :)
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  February 3, 2012
I really don't know why I didn't comment on this before - perhaps it is so known to me that I always thought I did. A really mindblowing build, it is surely one of the most beautiful lego trucks I have seen so far. All those functions are awesome, too.
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  January 29, 2012
An high detailed model . Wonderful!
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  January 25, 2012
I'm not really into motorsports etc, but can certainly appreciate a fine build like this. Lovely details and functions, but the lettering really stands out - well done for sticking with it and getting it right. So when are we going to see the cars to go with it? ;p
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  December 17, 2011
Wow, I can't believe it, I haven't commented on this beauty, yet. So nice shaping (especially the grill), great functions and the SNOT lettering is just WOW! Can't wait to see it loaded with some nice Ferrari racers! ;-))
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  December 15, 2011
This is a real masterpiece in every way. True to the original lorry, uncredibly detailed, functionnal and not the least very original. Now of course we all would like to see the car that goes on it...
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  December 15, 2011
very nice work, I like the details. It is amazing the see the power and the twisted axels.....
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  December 13, 2011
Its a very impressive and super detailed truck. My respect for building such a great model. Thumbs up! :)
  December 9, 2011
Quoting Ape Fight > Huuuuge mistake with XL motors! DeTomaso, Lego Builders and others have asked me about the XL motors powering my Fiat. I thought I was on the limit of what Lego could do. I have twisted two 5 long axels and smashed 4 cogs. Surely my model is just too big to be RC and work reliably? Nope. Not even close. There's a video on Eurobricks of two XL motors carrying 12.5Kg of weight. Mine only have to deal with 4.5Kg, so why was I smashing so many parts? Well, it turns out I had *vastly* underestimated the torque that XL motors produce (I'm used to the old 9V motors). As such I had geared down my motors twice, from an 8 tooth gear to a 24 tooth, and again from and 8 tooth to 24 tooth. This multiplied the torque of my 4 XL motors by approximately 10 times (and reduced the speed by 10 too). I thought I'd need to gear them down again if bricks were breaking, but no. I actually needed to do the opposite. I've now removed one set of the gear reduction and not only do I have a much faster model which is ace to drive, but so far no broken parts. In summary; XL motors are seriously awesome! Buy some for your transporter now, they'll cope just fine as long as you're not a muppet like I was!
Thanks for the info! So...I decided that if I build an R/C car I'd build an Aston Martin DBRS9 instead of an NSX. The problem is, I'd want to build it 16 wide (same as most of my other cars), but I might not be able to squeeze 2 motors (probably an XL and a M), a receiver, and a battery pack. But if I build at a larger scale, I might need more than 1 motor to drive the wheels and a stronger steering. So what are the dimensions for each: XL, M, and a reciever? Thank you for your help. BTW, I knew about the down gearing/up gearing, but I just didn't know that's what they're called. :)
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  December 9, 2011
Quoting George G. I think the gears mashed up due to the huge mass of this thing! Its huge! I think my model will be a tad simpler than yours though... And I'm certainly going to steal your - I mean - take inspiration from that controller design ;)
I've posted a full response in the BBA Group, but actually the gears mashed because I was a muppet! It turns out these XL motors produce a LOT more torque than I realised, and I'd geared this model down too far. I'll post an updated MOC showing the new drivetrain soon, but in short it's now much faster, much more reliable, and XL motors are astonishingly powerful.
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  December 7, 2011
I think the gears mashed up due to the huge mass of this thing! Its huge! I think my model will be a tad simpler than yours though... And I'm certainly going to steal your - I mean - take inspiration from that controller design ;)
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  December 6, 2011
Quoting MortalSwordsman . ...Your proposed changes sound great. I can’t believe the weight of these things I suspect you will need those extra motors ;). So you have used 4 pulleys on the deck mech?
Er... sort of. The deck can be up or down, but it's a manual job to move it between the two - not at all like Nick's which actually raises and lowers itself. Effectively it's just a suspended platform, by a rope in each corner
  December 6, 2011
...Your proposed changes sound great. I can’t believe the weight of these things I suspect you will need those extra motors ;). So you have used 4 pulleys on the deck mech?
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  November 30, 2011
Lego Legacy contest scoring: Creativity: 9/10 neatness:9.5/10 Overall: 18.5/20 GREAT WORK!
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  November 30, 2011
Quoting MortalSwordsman . Hi Ape. You really have started something very special with this beautiful moc and the group. I take my hat off to you Sir. Thank you so much for inviting me.. PS. Those wheel arches are brilliant.
Thanks Mortal : ) It wouldn't be possible without the likes of you joining and building awesome entries!
  November 30, 2011
Hi Ape. You really have started something very special with this beautiful moc and the group. I take my hat off to you Sir. Thank you so much for inviting me.. PS. Those wheel arches are brilliant.
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  November 27, 2011
Quoting Lego Builders I was wondering if you know a car that my transporter transported back in the 50s-60s. I want to build one to go with my transporter, but it won't qualify to go on the homepage as it's going to be probably 10-14 wide. BTW, are you a Christian?
Hi LB. I think the Maserati Tipo (Birdcage) is probably the most famous car from that era. 14 wide would be fine - I think that would count as large scale, especially as classic cars tend to be tiny. And yes : )
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  November 27, 2011
I was wondering if you know a car that my transporter transported back in the 50s-60s. I want to build one to go with my transporter, but it won't qualify to go on the homepage as it's going to be probably 10-14 wide. BTW, are you a Christian?
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  November 26, 2011
Awesome. :)
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  November 22, 2011
From the thumbnail looked like it was real, FANTASTIC work!
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  November 13, 2011
Really impressive, lot's of details: that's a lego masterpiece.
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  November 8, 2011
Quoting DeTomaso Pantera What ferraris did this transport?
A real mix - F1s, Sports, Endurance and even customer cars
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  November 8, 2011
What ferraris did this transport?
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  November 8, 2011
Quoting Thomas Graafland FANTASTIC!!!!! Very god details! You did get the shape down realy good! I like the power functions on such heavy MOC! You gonna build the Ferrari´s too? Surely hope so... P.S.: may i use the technique you did on the front whim? :-)
Hopefully, three Ferrari endurance racers would be nice! Sure, of course you can. If you can reference back here that would be great but it's not a necessity.
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  November 8, 2011
FANTASTIC!!!!! Very god details! You did get the shape down realy good! I like the power functions on such heavy MOC! You gonna build the Ferrari´s too? Surely hope so... P.S.: may i use the technique you did on the front whim? :-)
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  November 5, 2011
Very good scale, the rear part of the transporter is excellent (Would've been nice to see a Ferrari to go with it). ~Ryan
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  October 10, 2011
Its huge! Very nice work though!
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  October 10, 2011
Its huge! Very nice work though!
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  October 3, 2011
Hey I didn't know you were on MOCpages! And good build!
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  September 11, 2011
Hi Ape. This moc just gets better the more you look at it. Thanks for comments on my M.O. Entry. Are you watching the F1 race? - Carnage already!
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  August 30, 2011
Hey thanks a lot, i dont know maybe someday I will post another creation and wow you guys again, i really enjoyed the positive feedback i used to get and still get. Catch you later ;)
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  August 29, 2011
Quoting Apple Pie Wow! You're still at it eh? Its been a long time since I've even been on this site, I'd be lucky if you remember me :). ill never forget my experiences on this website and the MOCs that amazing friends like you make. Keep at it bud, take care
Wow! Great to hear from you Apple : ) I don't build like I used to either, for the same reasons as you I think. But if ever you post something again - and I'm still around - I'll make sure I take a look. You were really rather good : ) All the best
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  August 28, 2011
Wow! You're still at it eh? Its been a long time since I've even been on this site, I'd be lucky if you remember me :). This is fantastic I love it and I hope you keep building. As for me, I most likely will not be building as passionately as I used to, as I've got other hobbies to commit to and also high school. But ill never forget my experiences on this website and the MOCs that amazing friends like you make. Keep at it bud, take care
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  July 25, 2011
Quoting Nick Barrett Congratulations Ape! This deserved to win, well done. When I first saw it, most of me thought 'what a lovely thing' and a bit of me thought 'b.... ' :-)
Thanks Nick (and Dan) - it means a lot coming from you guys : )
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  July 22, 2011
Congratulations Ape! This deserved to win, well done. When I first saw it, most of me thought 'what a lovely thing' and a bit of me thought 'b*****' :-)
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  July 22, 2011
Congratulations! What an awesome car transporter yoiu have made here - so awesome that it's won you 1st place in my contest :) Great work, and hope to have you back in the next one ! - Dan
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  July 18, 2011
Quoting William Henderson Ape Fight, Do you have an e-mail? Thanks!
Sure: ape_fight@yahoo.com. Happy to answer any questions (or try to!)
  July 18, 2011
Ape Fight, Do you have an e-mail? I am building a 1:13 Semi-tractor but it is going to be remote control. the only problem is, I've never done that before and any input you have would be greatly appreciated. I can be contacted at billdrumz1@yahoo.com. Thanks!
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  July 16, 2011
This is an excellent build. The detail and accuracy are exquisite and the power functions take it over the top - I can't wait to see the racers!
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  July 13, 2011
Great work! Very good use of the different techniques
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  July 10, 2011
ravishingly beautiful!
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  July 10, 2011
Very detailed ceation, Ape! I think the idea is great, and this truck complements Scuderia Ferrari well...You should post more of what you build keep it up!
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  July 9, 2011
I was waiting until the rest of the photos came out before commenting, but then I forgot! Sorry 'bout that. Like a couple of other people said, I too thought this wasn't LEGO when I saw the thumbnail. The detail is insain, and I imagine that it took quite a lot of bricks and time to make. I love everything about this MOC, easily your best so far. I can't wait for the rest of the team! :D
  July 8, 2011
I would also love to join the race team project, but is there any chance that you could change the scaling rule to include 8 wides? Becuase that is the largest size I could manage and I would really like to join...dont worry if you want to stick to larger scales though...Ill gladly watch from the sidelines... :)
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  July 8, 2011
Amazing, I love it, it was well worth the wait! You must be very proud! :)
  July 7, 2011
Did you know you're on Brickpop ? http://brickpop.com/
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  July 7, 2011
Glad to see some more photos of this beauty.. all you need now is 3 16-wide period Ferrari F1 cars!
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  July 6, 2011
WOW this is massive! Great use of techniques. Excellent work
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  July 6, 2011
Thanks for the comments to all the below : )
Quoting elias perris Nice truck where did you get those wheels from because i would like some please reply now back to the truck it is awsome :)
I had 4 already and bought another 4 from Bricklink. They're from Technic cars from the 1980s.
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  July 6, 2011
That thing is amazing, in both size and detail. I really like it amazing job!
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  July 6, 2011
Sorry it took me so long to comment. MOCpages has been slow for me, too. But this.... THIS was well worth the wait! It's always amazing when somebody can do so much with (mostly) old-school bricks! I especially like how you can still make everything open, even though the body work looks VERY complicated. And yes, I think a couple of race cars would be a nice addition, with or without RC.
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  July 6, 2011
Lovely Lego retro-ness. You've done a great job on this.
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  July 6, 2011
Nice truck where did you get those wheels from because i would like some please reply now back to the truck it is awsome :)
  July 6, 2011
A really wonderful creation that is not only accurate but at the same time retains the charm of the old Dinky and Corgi toys of the Fifties & Sixties. Great job on the front grille & operating doors. Cheers!
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  July 6, 2011
E.K.O is right and that what is so cool about it, it doesn't looks like LEGO. Otherwise nice job!
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  July 5, 2011
Fantastic!
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  July 5, 2011
Wow!! All you need is a Ferrari!
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  July 5, 2011
Wow. A truly outstanding model; a perfect blend of looks and functionality. I love everything about this - it was obviously made with a great deal of care and was well worth waiting for! Can't wait to see more photos and it looks like you'll ace the contest :-)
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  July 5, 2011
What an incredible jump in complexity. It´s very rare to find a truck that is beautiful. The real one may not be, but this one is... as a build anyway :P
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  July 5, 2011
Excellent, Marvelous, Fanastic! I love this very much.
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  July 5, 2011
Really excellent. Size is impressive, and form is really spot on. A bonus that it has operating functions.
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  July 5, 2011
Very nice!
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  July 5, 2011
Beautiful work! Really nice choice of truck also. Are you equiping it with the original F1's ?
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  July 5, 2011
beautiful oldschool MOC! I like every inch of it, really great job!
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  July 5, 2011
Wow!! Well worth waiting for, it is absolutely stunning. The grille and logos are extremely good. I also need to learn more snot techniques, but it looks like you cracked it at the first attempt. Can't wait to see more pics, hopefuly a few more of the interior and technical functions. Good luck on the contest.
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  July 5, 2011
this is a fantastic build...and it has power functions!
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  July 5, 2011
This is the best vehicle i've seen on here for some time! I was considering building this before i built my concept truck but i chickened out because i didn't think i could do it justice. You have certainly done it justice. It does need a car to transport though as it's redundant without one ;) Very well done!
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  July 5, 2011
I love the front especially!
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  July 5, 2011
O.M.G. for me this is your best creation! awesome! wait.. is RC???? woahhh A-W-E-S-O-M-E! 1000/5
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  July 5, 2011
Nice work! When I first saw it I thought it wasn't Lego.
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  July 5, 2011
I can't wait to see the rest of the photos! What you have posted already is pure genius, the grill and Ferrari logo in the doors and all the other goodies.
 
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