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I Got The Lego Ferrari F8 Tributo!

Speed Champions 2020

1w ago

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I got the Ferrari F8 Tributo yesterday! Today I will be reviewing the build and the main features. I hope you enjoy it!

Building

In the box were 2 bags, the base piece, and the instructions. I was really excited, and I started immediately.

First, I made the guy. He looks pretty cool, but what I like most is his torso. It is a white shirt with a Ferrari symbol on it, and a dark red sweater over that. He also has hair, a helmet, and a wrench. His head is double-sided, so he has a serious face for racing and a happy face for smiling at the girls around town.

The Happy Face

The Happy Face

The car starts with you building the rear, and then the front.

You build the rear bumper, and then the taillights. Unlike older models, the Tributo doesn't just have one big piece that all the rear is attached to. It has 2 attachment points. After the rear end, I built the engine cover.

Engine Cover

Engine Cover

Once I built the rear, I did a bit of interior.

Finishing The First Part!

Finishing The First Part!

I then started the second bag.

Part 2

Part 2

I started the front, and what I was supposed to do was attach a piece that would have the hood, bumper, headlights, and grid.

Can I Drive Now?

Can I Drive Now?

Then I built a little thing that the hood would attach to. After that, I added the fenders.

Looking better.

Looking better.

I then started making the hood.

After that, I added stickers.

Looking Ready.

Looking Ready.

I then added the doors and the rear-view mirrors.

Just the wheels left!

Just the wheels left!

I then added the roof and windshield, with the tires right after that.

Done!

Done!

I finished it, and couldn't help playing right afterward.

Review

It is really nice and has amazing detail! Its shape is really like the real one, Lego has made the grid with the exact same bits, it has little rear-view mirrors, and even a little wing in the rear!

Front End

Front End

Rear End

Rear End

Since it is from the 2020 lineup, it is 8 bricks wide instead of 6, meaning it can fit 2 Lego Minifigures, more detail, and a nicer interior. I think the 8 bricks wide makes it look nicer, instead of being like a Lego toy it is more like a Lego model car. It also has a center console!

A comparison between the old 488 GT3 and the F8 Tributo.

A comparison between the old 488 GT3 and the F8 Tributo.

Need a lift?

Need a lift?

Interior!

Interior!

There are some flaws, like the Minifigure that comes with it doesn't fit under the roof of the car when you put the hair on him. But overall, the Speed Champions F8 Tributo is really fun to build, it looks amazing, and is just a really cool car. I was smiling like the Lego man after I built it. I would highly recommend it, it is a lot of fun and will add beautifully to any collection of Lego cars.

Amazing.

Amazing.

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