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Ferrari enzo modification(R4)
totally customized Enzo, I call it the R4. Note:Part1: bad pictures, Part2: update: better pictures Part3: update2: R4 Goes FXX
About this creation
Basically, I took the Ferarri Enzo and modificated it heavily, So now, I call it the R4

Part one


I made it a 1-seater, customized the front a little bit, changed the hood, made it open, so it has a little boot, and completely changed the back, which I am the most proud of. I hope you like it

Front view: New hood, extra headlights.


Rear view: I am quite proud of the back, It has 4 centered exhausts, like the Pagani Zonda and a gigantic adjustable spoiler.


I left the engine almost unchanged


I kinda messed up the interior: I made it a 1-seater, and the details suck


Side view: everything that opens is opened


another front view

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UPDATE 1


26/02/2009

For the update, the main changes are:

  • doors

  • convertible

  • decent interior

  • reworked front

  • all new engine





Front and side view:

You can already see that I got rid of the standard roof and windscreen, (which means I made a new custom windscreen), made it a convertible and I got rid of the ugly hood sticker and I made the rear wing less wide, so that it can be driven on the public road.



Rear and side view: Smaller rear wing. Except from the wing, I left the rear almost unchanged in the update.




Front view: I flattened out the middle and got rid of the big, ugly hood sticker. Notice the hidden headlamps in the middle.




A supercar is nothing without engine, here's the all new V12.(At the bottom of the picture, you can see the parts that connect the spoiler to the body)




front trunk, doors(sorry, no butterfly or scissor doors...) and engine compartiment opened




view from above: I put the targa roof on (more about that beneath). For the engine cover, I went a bit back to standard: I re-fitted the glass, well..., plastic, that protects the engine.




Time for a peek in the totally new interior: Simple, red seats with a headrest. Cream center console with buttons and some speakers.







The dashboard: what bothers me is the HUGE steering wheel.




LEGO® rain? No problem...




Just open the front trunk...




Where you find the targa roof...




Take it out...




The trunk is empty...




Close the front and put the roof on... Take that, rain!




A picture of the side with the door open.




The wheel. It's the F430 wheel turned around. I think the black
12-spoke wheels suit the car very well.





UPDATE 2


27/02/2009

R4 goes FXX


The only thing that changed are the headlights.


Some pictures








Close-up of the light.



please comment!



Illya



Comments

 I made it 
  November 30, 2009
Quoting Liam F430 it is a cool MOC but the enzos hood should have stayed the same
I find not, with the old one, you could see the wheels trough an such..
 I like it 
  November 30, 2009
the front end looks more like a f40 but overall its very good! :)
 I like it 
  November 30, 2009
GOED !!! DE ACHTERKANT VIND IK ECHT GOED , de voorlichten van de enzo waren beter dan die van de Fxx maar nog altijd zeer goed m :) P.S : eindelijk een Belgische lego fan hier ;)
 I like it 
  January 23, 2009
it is a cool MOC but the enzos hood should have stayed the same
 I made it 
  September 21, 2008
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