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Cars More beautiful than the original - Lego Fiat 500

15:46  09 march  2020
15:46  09 march  2020 Source:   auto-motor-und-sport.de

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Originality : How original is this - never seen before? Building Techniques: How much skill do you think the On the occasion of the 60th birthday of the FIAT 500 the mint of Italy has created a special 5 Euro coin Gabriele has created this beautiful image showing our LEGO Cinquecento on the coin.

LEGO created a life-size Fiat 500 to celebrate the Fiat 500 LEGO set coming soon. LEGO 10271 - Fiat 500 - Creator Expert - Speed Build Review - Продолжительность: 12:20 Lunar Bricks 88 230 просмотров.

With the Fiat 500, Lego has created a strikingly detailed model. The 960-piece replica of the small legend costs 79.99 euros and is suitable for hobbyists aged 16 and over.

  Schöner als das Original - Lego Fiat 500 © Lego

A Fiat 500 for 79.99 euros? No, it is not the leasing rate of the small Italian, but an extremely successful Lego model. More precisely, the Lego Creator Expert serial number 10271 represents a 1:12 scale Fiat Nuova 500F from 1965. The model consists of 960 parts and is suitable for hobbyists aged 16 and over. When fully built, it is 24 centimeters long, 11 centimeters wide and 11 centimeters high. The ratio of the dimensions is right, that of the weight luckily not, otherwise the finished Fiat would weigh 42.5 kilograms.

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The specialty of this Lego Creator example is its attention to detail. The Italian comes with a luggage rack including a suitcase and the associated country stickers (Denmark, Germany, France, Italy, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland), a collapsible easel with a brush and palette and a finished painting. The latter shows the 500 in front of the Colosseum in Rome.

Fiat 500 from the Saale-Orla district

doors, tailgate (in this case the bonnet) and the front hood with spare wheel can be opened as well as the folding roof. In the rear, the air-cooled two-cylinder in-line engine with 500 cubic centimeters and 18 hp is modeled. The power is distributed via a manual four-speed gearbox, which is symbolized by the gear stick in the interior. Handbrake, adjustable front seats and stickers that represent the ignition lock and the dashboard complete the successful interior. The icing on the cake is the logo on the movable steering wheel that matches the year of manufacture.

buyers will also notice another special feature when unpacking: the three available license plate stickers: Italy: TOFO 1965, Germany: PN-IO 271 and Denmark: DK 10 271. Why Lego is looking for a license plate from the Saale-Orla -Circle is just as puzzling as the TOFO on the Italian license plate, which is more reminiscent of a famous beach in southeast Mozambique. Of course, a connection with the company's headquarters in Turin (Torino, Italy) is more likely.

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