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Ferrari FXX with the E.Jan transkit

Kit / Model  

Ferrari FXX

Manufacturer  

Tamiya

Item Code  

24292

Scale  

1/24

Description  

I have already admitted I do not like the Enzo and, less than ever, now the Fxx. Difficult, in my opinion to build something more ugly, but this car is pure technology and the E.Jan transkit sounded immediately like an interesting challenging project. Once studied the contents, I opted to replicate the Fxx lifted on air jacks, wheels off and doors opened. Obviously with the engine well visible.

The newcomer Japanese firm E.Jan, hit the market a few months ago with this interesting and complex transkit intended for the Tamiya Enzo #24260, of which approximately 50% of the parts will be used.

The packaging and some other details strongly remind to Model Factory Hiro, the same technique has been applied for the photo-etched parts, and the package of the white metal parts.
The undertray, copied (and modified) from the Tamiya kit, is made of white metal and features a good quality with some distortion.

A full step by step can be found in

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http://www.modelersite.com/PDF_Fotos_XXIV/Fxx.htm

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Category  

Cars

Project status  

Finished

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by: Justin (ostermiljr15@uww.edu) on 2010-03-02 - 16:29

Simply amazing....I would love to see it in person..I love how you displayed it. Probably not may of this transkit have been built now that Tamiya released their own. I have the MFH kit yet to have been started