Ferrari 250GT California Picture Special

Lego Ferrari 250GT California

This, ladies and gentleman, is the best creation you will see in 2014. It’s the best creation we have ever publicised. It’s probably the best Lego vehicle in the world. This is a Ferrari 250GT California built by Certified LEGO Professional Ryan McNaught aka ‘thebrickman’.

The Ferrari 250GT California is one of the world’s most sought after cars. Appearing in the 1980s cult film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (sort of – the movie’s most famous scene actually used a disguised MGB) did 250GT values plenty of favours, but it was already world-famous long before its starring role.

In the early ’60s Ferrari 250s were driven by Steve McQueen and James Coburn amongst others, and it’s Coburn’s own vehicle that holds the record for the highest price ever paid for a car at auction; $10.7million by British radio and television host Chris Evans in 2008.

Lego Ferrari 250GT

Ryan’s astonishing recreation of the 1961 masterpiece contains an estimated 50,000 LEGO bricks – making it almost 1:4 scale – and took him almost four weeks to build.

The beautiful photos shown here come from Ryan’s Flickr photostream, and you can view the complete gallery via the link at the top of this post.

Ferrari 250GT California

We also highly recommend a visit to Ryan’s website www.thebrickman.com where you can see more of his commission pieces, and you can read about life as one of only thirteen Certified LEGO Professionals in the world.

James Coburn Ferrari 250GT

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One thought on “Ferrari 250GT California Picture Special

  1. DamonMM2000 says:

    Very nicely built!

    Like

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