This is it, after making a lot of different real cars, I had to make a Ferrari. And not a common Ferrari, I have to say. This car was one of the best phototypes ever made by the prancing horse manufacturer. Ladies and gentleman, welcome back to my last creation, the 1971 #2 Ferrari 312 P(b):
About this creation
Front, that I think it's not that great:
The doors, like most racing cars...
Open in scissor style:
And what a "fat" door!
As always, not only the doors open...
The trunk opens too:
And this is a feature that I've never seen in other cars...
Not only the trunk lid is removable, but the doors go togheter!
Well, not much to say here...
The car without the covers:
oh, that beautiful rear...
The real car:
Thanks for your attention! Can I have your feedback?
Upon closer inspection I now realize that I misread the technique you were using. Sorry about that, I just recently returned to lego as an AFOL and I obviously still have a lot to learn about our craft.
Quoting TheLegoNoitAll .
Nice work here! love all the details! cool doors as well, intakes aren't normally in that spot :P
Hmm, You said 'this is it' then later 'my last MOC' does this mean you're leaving MOCpages?!?!?!?!
noooo, I'm not leaving! I just said that this car is the last creation between my creations. lot the very last car.
Quoting Dr monster . An excellent model, I really like it with the body off the chassis, and top marks for saying pilot view in your write up. I have to ask, why did you use tapered snot at the edges of the front end instead of continuing on with what you used in the center front?
Erm... I don't know if I understood exactly what you meant, but I don't know how could I put the same solution on the front ends. They don't have enough space.
Quoting all Nice job! I like your attention to detail!
An excellent model, I really like it with the body off the chassis, and top marks for saying pilot view in your write up. I have to ask, why did you use tapered snot at the edges of the front end instead of continuing on with what you used in the center front?
A very nice an accurate MOC! Those doors, though, that is massively large! Who knew? Anyways, fantastic work; I would only recommend for a few more functions (steering, suspension, etc) on a scale like this, but then again, I am no car builder, so. Still, a 5/5!
Hmmm, an interesting car, to be sure. The doors seem very chunkey huh? I see that is like the real ones though. I like it, but I wouldn't call it my favorite. Excellent job though! (About forza, I haven't gotten around to it. maybe next weekend. I have lots of stuff going on right now.)