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A cutaway Ferrari Enzo Tamiya 1/24 scale

Kit / Model  

Ferrari Enzo

Manufacturer  

Tamiya

Item Code  

24260

Scale  

1/24

Description  

This is the second step of my “Half-Cut” series, the Ferrari Enzo. Despite it is not overly nice to look at, especially from the side, the technique laying under its body is absolutely outstanding. Even in this case, substantial was the support of many pictures, technical documentation and original manufacturer’s illustrated spare parts list.

When I started this project in December 2003, none of the current photo-etched set was available, so I carried out most of the necessary modifications with minor scratchbuilding and the addition of some adapted scrap etched parts, except the stunning turned aluminium rear shock absorbers from Sakatsu.
Following their center-lines, front nose, roof and the rear decklid have been cut with the motortool.

The full article can be found here

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http://www.modelersite.com/PDF_Fotos_XIV/Enzo.htm

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Category  

Cars

Project status  

Finished

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by: Mario Covalski (marioc) on 2012-07-11 - 00:14

Ciro, el detalle paso a paso está en nuestro PDF en modelersite.com http://www.modelersite.com/PDF_Fotos_XIV/Enzo.htm

by: Ciro Gonzalo Neira Vianello (spooner) on 2012-07-10 - 23:36

Hola alberto realmente increible el detallado, me gustaría ver el proceso de armado si lo tienes podrías postearlo. Saludos spooner

by: Chris White (whitech) on 2007-09-28 - 12:57

Bravo!! This is a stunning example of automotive modeling.
You get 5 stars for this one.

by: Mario Covalski (marioc) on 2007-08-05 - 16:54

Alberto, we have a PDF available for this and the Enzo, both of them were done with the cutaway technique from Alex, take a look in RELATED URL

by: Bertone (alberto.igual@gmail.com) on 2007-08-04 - 12:57

Impresionant!!!!

It's perfect this car. Can you show more pictures about this Enzo, like details? please.

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Impresionante

Es perfecto este coche. Podrías enseñar más fotografias sobre este Enzo, así como más detalles?

Gracias/Thanks