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  1. Hi Friends! I'd like to introduce my new MOC: Ferrari Purosange Specifications:* Parts: 4061* Scale: 1:8* L/W/H in cm: 61,4 / 28,1 / 19,0* Weight: ~ 3,2 kg It's the first Ferrari SUV and has a V12 engine with 725 horse power, which - to my opinion - is a little bit crazy, but still OK for me;-). The car has 2 seatrows and the doors in the second row are opening the other way round. I wanted to make as less compromises as possible when designing the brick version of it. One of my targets was to a full second seat row in the model. So I had to move the technic components near to the axles or even as part of the axle construction as with the 8+N+R-speed Sequential Gearbox. The gearbox is driving the fake motor in the front, but not the car itself, as the gearbox cant take the full torque of the motor. I wanted the model not only being a display item, but can also be played with. So I put one servo motor inside for steering and two Buwizz 2.0 motors for powering the car (and in parallel the fake motor through the gearbox). You wont believe how they are pushing this 1:8 model;-))Functions:* Front side doors sliding/opening* Back side doors sliding/opening (back) * Bonnet and tailgate to open* Trunk cover opening/closing with tailgate * Suspension front and rear* V12 fake motor block in red* 8+N+R Gearbox (driving the fake motor via one of the buggy motors)* Gear shifting via lever at the steering board* Steering (incl. movement of steering wheel) motorised* Motorisation of model with 2 buggy motors (BuWizz 2.0 bundle) More pics on Instructions available on This model shares approx. 63% of parts with Ferrari Daytona SP3 (42143-1). What are your thoughts? Your feedback is welcome!