Ferrari Enzo. Autoscale.

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Constructing a Ferrari Enzo is not an endeavour to wander into lightly. It takes time. Panache. Attention to detail. And an absurd amount of patience.

Let’s not forget the process has to start with the finest materials, since even the smallest imperfection could spell disaster further down the production line. Then there’s the right tools – a Philip’s head screwdriver and a can of WD40 will only get you so far – a steady hand at the controls, and an unwavering objective. Only then can the work begin in earnest, and even then it will take hours and hours.

And that’s just when Autoscale is crafting an Enzo out of polystyrene. Imagine doing it for real!

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