While the Ferrari F40 is the most mass produced of the Ferrari flagships (there were 1,311 F40s made, compared to 272 288 GTOs and 349 F50s) it is still extremely rare and astronomically expensive. For that reason, you’ll probably never own one, but you can always buy the Lego F40 kit instead.
It’s no real F40, but the Lego F40 kit is undeniably cool. Lego worked closely with Ferrari to ensure everything was true to the original car, and not surprisingly, they nailed it. There’s pop up headlamps, triple exhausts, a 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8, red racing seats and just about every other detail you can think of.
The kit totals 1,158 pieces, so it’s no walk in the park to assemble it. If you’re curious as to how it all goes together, check out the time-lapse video of the assembly process above courtesy of Hagerty.