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Speed Champions: Ferrari Monza SP1
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This isn't a real set even if I wish it was.
Took me a long time to design this. Needed parts that were just recently added. It's not 100% accurate, but it's close enough to get the idea across.

All custom decals are either a slight edit of an existing Lego print, my own design and all Logos on the car are owned by Ferrari.

I only built it.

Update:
Made the front bumper trim fit more flush
Made the rear decals
Adjusted the mirrors and side logos along with the yellow stripe
Added a bit of a over-lip to the canopy
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TrevorTheJ
2 months ago
I forgot to add the taillights print, whoops. I'll do that later.
MKB_bricks
2 months ago
Please I need instructions to have this with the elva. Thank You!
Cakery
2 months ago
Wow


(Was this built based on the Elva? Just spotted out some similar sloping techniques)

Also, the clip holding the mirrors are outdated
TrevorTheJ
2 months ago
The Elva's hood was the only technique viable to get the SP1's hood to work
Benw0911
2 months ago
Love it, great job
Clif
2 months ago
LOVE IT!
Some months ago I was looking at Ferrari’s website, trying to get more pictures of another Model I had seen (still not sure what it was) and came across this curious one-seater.
You’ve captured its look perfectly. I love the parts usage to accomplish the shape and the design features are fantastic!
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