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Ferrari licensing agreement with Lego

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by AnotherDunneDeal, Feb 5, 2004.

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  2. AnotherDunneDeal

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    WOW! i simply LOVED Lego as a kid. Look forward to seeing the products on store shevles :)

    Enjoy the Drive,

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    Sorry, somehow I missed that one.......................
     
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    Wow, Steve.

    Nice new avatar. Always liked the real ones.

    Lego is taking a beating on market share. This should help, and give us all something to do in the evenings!
     
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    I sure would like to see a photo of that FULL SIZE F1 car mentioned in the article..... real Bridgestone tires and it's made of 146,000 lego pieces... WOW!
     
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    My son has a Lego Ferrari F-1 car we bought about 3 years ago. They were on sale in Sunoco dealerships.
     
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    Gary, check out the other thread, there is a picture of the car:
    http://ferrarichat.com/forum/showthread.php?t=7748
     
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    Speedy308,


    Many thanks my friend, glad you approve of my new avatar :)


    As for Lego, etc, have been getting into those MiniZ R/C race cars. Fun little buggers and plenty of tweaks and carbon fiber bits that can be used. Still... i am a Lego man at heart :)

    Enjoy the Drive,

    Steven R. Rochlin
     
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    I can't wait to see the new Lego ferrari. I didn't get the original one they made. I DID buy the Lego "Supercar" from a few years ago. That was a fantastic model. It has gullwing doors with air pistons (fully functional), working steering, suspension, pistons, etc. You can even switch the engine from front to back! It came with optional parts to build a standard convertible but I haven't tried to build it yet. I'm not bored with the gullwing yet.
     
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    Source : Media.Ferrari

    A life-size Ferrari single-seater constructed from 146,000 Lego bricks and fitted with original Bridgestone tyres was on display at the presentation of the agreement.

    Alain
     

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