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Ferrari 365 GTB4 Daytona
For a MOC off between me and Starscream Soundwave.
About this creation
Me and SSSW both had to make 4 wide Ferrari Daytonas in a MOC off, where we weren't aloud to use cheese slopes.

Starscreams version

Better pictures later

Mini Ferrari 365 GTB4 Daytona

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Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  August 30, 2013
love this. the shaping is pretty well made. but the rear should be a little shorter :D
 I like it 
  August 20, 2013
I always like a good Ferrari, nicely done!
 I like it 
  August 19, 2013
A close contest, I do think Starscream's is better, but only slightly (his nose is too long - on the car I mean...). Well done!
 I like it 
  August 17, 2013
Nice! Good shape.
  August 16, 2013
Yeah, I'm a bit annoyed iBrick didn't sort that out, despite me asking several times... Ah well, this ended up being a more separate MOC off. It was an interesting contest, to say the least!
  August 16, 2013
Quoting TheLegoNoitAll ... And about the studs on the front, due to the SNOT on the sides, there really isn't another solution, as there is only 1 stud for each that they could be connected too. ...
Aaargh, my mistake! Nevermind, the side view was much more important than the studs for me. They were just a little detail.
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 I like it 
Dr. Monster
  August 15, 2013
Sweet MOC! The PU on the windshield is great. Cool contest idea. Both cars have their merits. Glad I'm not a judge.
 I made it 
  August 15, 2013
Quoting Nils O. And now your rating: - Overall shaping: 7/10 - The side view doesn't really work for me. The front is a little short, the window section is a little short and the rear end is a little low. The many studs look a little "bumpy". Especially on the front there is a simple solution for "loosing" the studs on the sides (1x3 or 1x4 tiles). The "curved" look of the side panels is a cool detail, though. You had the same clever idea for the air channels on the front hood as your opponent. - Building techniques: 4/5 - The SNOT side plates are a cool detail. The half plate offset of the rear section is very clever, the 3-wide window section works well, too (bad luck that your opponent had the same idea). - Parts usage: 2/5 - Nothing spectacular, even less than your opponent. The slider plates on the side panels are the only parts used in an unusual way. - Total: 13/20 - I'm sorry, but your opponent got a 15/20, so he wins this MOCoff. But I hope it was fun for you! :-))
It's okay, the best part of the MOC off is seeing how different people go about building the car. And about the studs on the front, due to the SNOT on the sides, there really isn't another solution, as there is only 1 stud for each that they could be connected too. And i don't particularly mind studs, though i do try to use tiles in combination with studs to get a smoother shape. sadly it doesn't work quite as well in a 4 wide. Of course he picked this time to do underside details ;), which gave him an advantage there. and again the SNOT on the sides would remove any accuracy from it (I did actually try it, though I couldn't get anything that was anywhere near accurate) I think we forgot to get more judges, Starscream did say he wanted 3 judges, as did I, though I think we both forgot to hire some! XD
  August 15, 2013
And now your rating: - Overall shaping: 7/10 - The side view doesn't really work for me. The front is a little short, the window section is a little short and the rear end is a little low. The many studs look a little "bumpy". Especially on the front there is a simple solution for "loosing" the studs on the sides (1x3 or 1x4 tiles). The "curved" look of the side panels is a cool detail, though. You had the same clever idea for the air channels on the front hood as your opponent. - Building techniques: 4/5 - The SNOT side plates are a cool detail. The half plate offset of the rear section is very clever, the 3-wide window section works well, too (bad luck that your opponent had the same idea). - Parts usage: 2/5 - Nothing spectacular, even less than your opponent. The slider plates on the side panels are the only parts used in an unusual way. - Total: 13/20 - I'm sorry, but your opponent got a 15/20, so he wins this MOCoff. But I hope it was fun for you! :-))
 I like it 
  August 15, 2013
Pretty cool man! Good luck!
 I made it 
  August 15, 2013
Quoting Matt Bace
Thanks! Yes it is interesting to see the differnt ways people go about building things, one of my favorite parts of MOC offs. I've had a MOC off before where both models somehow looked completely different (and were based of the same car), though both highly resembled the same car.
Quoting Senator Chinchilla
Thanks!
Quoting Timothy Wallace
Thanks. Thanks again, I'll sure need luck with this! :-)
 I like it 
  August 15, 2013
Cool beans!
 I like it 
  August 15, 2013
Looks pretty good, LegoNoitAll! Good luck against SSSW!
 I like it 
  August 15, 2013
It is interesting to see the similarities and differences between your version and SSSW's. I like them both -- I think the overall shape is probably closer in your MOC, but I like the completely studless look of SSSW's Great job all around!
 I made it 
  August 15, 2013
Quoting Nils O. A nice little surprise I found this morning! Another cool approach, especially without using cheese wedges. I hope I'll find time for a proper judging this evening. 4/5 for now, the winner will earn a 5/5.
Thanks! :-) I'll put rendered images on now, and do a few more. I have an other 4-wide that I'll post later today :-)
 I made it 
  August 15, 2013
Quoting sam the first nice work , dude!
Thanks :-)
 I like it 
  August 15, 2013
A nice little surprise I found this morning! Another cool approach, especially without using cheese wedges. I hope I'll find time for a proper judging this evening. 4/5 for now, the winner will earn a 5/5.
 I like it 
  August 15, 2013
nice work , dude!
 I made it 
  August 15, 2013
Thanks guys! :-)
  August 15, 2013
An OK likeness with some nice design touches (slats in the bonnet for example). I can't really give this more than a 3 out of 5 as it's LDD and only 4 wide, but I do quite like it.
 I like it 
  August 15, 2013
Very nice work mate! Your front is better IMO. I love the idea for the hood inlets, very clever!
 I like it 
  August 15, 2013
Nice job, the front is well proportioned!
 I like it 
  August 15, 2013
Both are excellent. I prefer your front end. Those hood grilles look eccellent
 I like it 
  August 15, 2013
I like both your solutions for the hood inlets. Very clever. Your scale is better than Starscream's, his nose is just too long. The rear end doesn't quite work with the curved tops, seems too sloped for the 365. Might work for a Jag or a Cobra however. The "C" posts are a little awkward and slightly distracts from the overall feel of the shaping. This is beautifully clever, but I would give the challenge to Starscream. But just barely. Great job nonetheless on a difficult car.
 I like it 
  August 14, 2013
Wow no cheese slopes that's twisted . Fantastic looking ferrari . Excellent!
 
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