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This LEGO Fiat 500 F Needs Your Votes

by Shane McGlaun
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The Fiat 500 has been around for a long time in the automotive world with modern versions still in production. The LEGO Fiat model you see here is a replica of the classic 1968 Fiat 500 F and it looks fantastic. Created by Gabriele Zannotti and the not very appropriately named “saabfan,” the kit is on the LEGO Ideas site and needs your votes if we want it to become an official LEGO kit.

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In its current form, the replica has 1157 pieces and is extremely detailed inside and out. Its doors, hood, and trunk open. The luggage rack is removable and it has a suitcase on the rear with a bottle and glass inside. There’s even a tiny Fiat logo up front.

The trunk is detailed and complete with a fuel tank, spare tire, jack, and toolbox. The engine compartment has a blocky LEGO version of the 500cc straight twin engine the car made famous. The kit would include two sunroofs so you can have it opened or closed.

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