Lego and Ferrari, The Best of Both Worlds

by Nick

Lego Ferrari

The cars from the legendary Italian scuderia from Maranello have always inspired passion all over the world. Almost the same thing can be said about Lego, the small plastic bricks that were first introduced more than fifty years ago in Denmark, and have conquered the world ever since. So why not combine both of them? That’s what the Lego Ferrari collection is all about. I admit that these are not gadgets at all, but how can you resist to Ferraris made from Lego bricks?

The Lego Ferrari collection brings to the Lego world such classics as the Enzo Ferrari, the Ferrari F430 Spider, the F1 Racer, and even the Ferrari Fuel Stop, the Scuderia Ferrari Truck and the Ferrari Finish Line, where you can see Michael Schumacher taking home another trophy. Even though you won’t be able to race in those cars, they’re will bring hours of fun to your home, that’s for sure. They were created for 8 year old boys, but if you don’t have any kids to use as an excuse, I’m sure you would love to have one of those for yourself. And if you do have children, especially boys, they’ll be ecstatic about the Lego Ferraris and your house will turn into a F1 race track in no time at all.

Check out the other pictures at AutoMoto Portal. Visit the Lego Ferrari website.

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7 reviews or comments

Fred Says: March 26, 2007 at 2:54 pm

Nick, I got to see the Enzo edition of the Lego Ferrari group. There is a neat development they have which is a pull spring damped through an air piston, so that when you push the release lever the door opens slowly (there’s a lever and spring/piston assembly per side). Its a great effect. Plus these things look great in person, (the tires in particular are even F1 style grooved)

Nick Says: March 26, 2007 at 3:10 pm

Fred, thanks a lot for the feedback. I can’t wait to get my hands on one of those to check out all those details.

Nathan Says: March 26, 2007 at 9:07 pm

These are great, the F430 Spider which is pictured has 559 pieces! and the Technics F1 car has over 1200. Great collection to have on display, not to mention when branded lego kits go out of production there value can usually double. go check out the Star Wars stuff to, with kits over 3000 pieces!.

Robert Says: March 27, 2007 at 3:32 am

Such a cool toy.

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